Traditional Spanish comfort food filled with taste
Traditional Spanish comfort food filled with taste
Albóndigas is traditional Spanish comfort food, yet our chefs have replaced the meat with wholesome plants such as portobello mushrooms, salted lemons, ginger, and fennel, all of which give the dish a rustic look and a rich taste. With respect for tradition, the sauce is made with lots of sweet paprika, almonds and sun-ripened bell peppers. The dish contains eggs and manchego cheese.
We are using almond milk as part of the sauce. Almond milk is not only good for you, but also for the environment as it generates nearly 10 times less greenhouse gases per liter than cow's milk does.
Canned tomatoes, seitan* (contains soy), almond milk*, bell pepper, egg*, chickpea flour, tomato purée, millet flakes, onion, fennel, portobello mushrooms, water, manchego cheese, tamari soy sauce*, almonds*, agave syrup, smoked paprika, sweet paprika, salt, olive oil, psyllium seed husks, celery*, garlic, lemon juice, salted lemons, vegetable stock, cumin, ginger, pepper. * = allergen
Energy: 441 kJ / 105 kcal Fat: 2,9 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 0,5 g Carbohydrates: 10,6 g Sugars: 2,3 g Protein: 7,1 g Salt: 0,9 g
Open the jar with Albóndigas and pour the contents into a pot. Gently heat the dish at medium heat for about 10 minutes, and serve with your favourite side dish.
We recommend serving the Albóndigas with a crispy salad with thinly sliced fennel and red onion sprinkled with toasted nuts and freshly picked chervil. Just before serving, drizzle with an olive oil of good quality and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Intense lentil stew with taste, flavour and power
This classic from the Indian cuisine exists in many variants, since it varies from region to region and season to season. Our dhal is gently cooked with fresh ginger, garlic and red chili, and is seasoned with warming spices like garam masala, vadouvan, turmeric and coriander seeds. The dish is vegan.
Did you know that ginger has been used as medicine for more than 5,000 years, mainly because of it's very high levels of antioxidants? Ginger can also boost the immune system and have a possitive effect on inflammation, migraine and nausea.
Almond milk*, canned tomatoes, potatoes, red onion, red lentils, onion, agave syrup, vegetable stock, sun-dried tomatoes, olive oil, ginger, garlic, garam masala, salt, nutritional yeast, chili, turmeric, sweet paprika, coriander seeds. * = allergen
Energy: 302 kJ / 72 kcal Fat: 2,4 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 0,3 g Carbohydrates: 12,6 g Sugars: 2,8 g Protein: 3,2 g Salt: 0,55 g
Open the jar with Dhal and pour the contents into a pot. Gently heat the dish at medium heat for about 10 minutes, and serve with your favourite side dish.
We recommend serving the Dhal with pickled red onion, crispy root vegetable chips, honey roasted cashew nuts, and plenty of red sorrel. Serve with warm naan bread and raita on the side.
Central American bean stew loaded with vegetables
Solid comfort food inspired by Central American cuisine and loaded with filling beans and crunchy vegetables, and seasoned with smoked paprika, dark chocolate and a bit of coffee. This Chili con Veggie is spicy, but still the whole family can eat it with pleasure. The dish is vegan.
Iron can be one of the nutrients people have difficulties getting enough of. If you are feeling tired, it may be because you are lacking iron in your diet. Beans are an excellent source to iron and our chili will ensure you get half of your daily needs.
Canned tomatoes, kidney beans, pinto beans, carrots, celery*, water, soy granulate*, onion, agave syrup, vegetable stock, salt, dark chocolate, smoked paprika, olive oil, garlic, chili, cloves, cumin, cinnamon, coffee, black pepper. * = allergen
Energy: 347 kJ / 83 kcal Fat: 1,4 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 0,2 g Carbohydrates: 13,3 g Sugars: 3,5 g Protein: 4,4 g Salt: 0,73 g
Open the jar with Chili con Veggie and pour the contents into a pot. Gently heat the dish at medium heat for about 10 minutes, and serve with your favourite side dish.
We recommend serving the Chili con Veggie with a dollop of good quality crème fraîche, and top off with lime wedges, fresh coriander and roasted mild chilis. Serve with warm tacos or tortillas.
Vegan edition of a yellow classic
This family favourite would typically give the amimal protein in the centre of attention by basing the sauce on chicken stock, butter, milk and cream. We have turned things upside down and let plants and mild spices take the lead. This is why our sauce is made of carrots and ginger, and why the texture is adjusted with coconut and almond milk. Cashew nuts, sweet potatoe and chickpeas offer structure and richness. The dish is vegan.
Carrots and sweet potatoes are an excellent source of vitamin A. We are summoning all their power in this meal and it will cover 100% of your daily needs. Vitamin A is essential for good vision, so you can keep your sight sharp.
Almond milk*, coconut milk, carrots, seitan* (contains soy), chickpeas, sweet potatoes, mango, cashew nuts, onion, ginger, vegetable stock, agave syruo, lemon, rapeseed oil, garlic, Sambhar, Vadouvan, salt, tumeric. * = allergen
Energy: 495 kJ / 118 kcal Fat: 7,4 g Saturated Fatty Acids: 3,9 g Carbohydrates: 11,2 g Sugars: 3,0 g Protein: 4,5 g Salt: 0,43 g
Open the jar with Yellow Curry and pour the contents into a pot. Gently heat the dish at medium heat for about 10 minutes, and serve with your favourite side dish.
Serving suggestion We recommend serving the Curry with thinly sliced carrots and red pointed cabbage marinated in a bit of sesame oil. Sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds, fresh coriander and freshly squeezed lime juice. Serve with jasmin rise.