Our Top Vegan Food Delivery Boxes

We’re starting 2022 with healthy and nutritious food.

Queue our top vegan food delivery boxes! Christmas is already a distant memory for so many of us. So, if you’re looking to make up for some festive indulgence, then you’re in the right place. Spoiler alert…you’re going to love these menus!

1. Miso Tofu Steaks

Japanese food is extremely popular. But there’s more to this cuisine than sushi (however, it’s certainly one of our favourites!). Our Japanese dish is made up of crispy pan-fried tofu, topped with mushrooms, spinach and peppers.

Tofu is a fantastic source of plant-based protein, iron and calcium. Served with a rich umami miso sauce for an exquisite flavour. Give this menu a try, and you’ll enjoy a balanced dish that your body will love!

Add hijiki edamame rice and this is suddenly an exciting menu full of flavour, texture and colour. Did you know that edamame beans are rich in omega-3 and even lower cholesterol? Order your vegan food delivery box here.

2. Smoky Aubergine Stew

Happiness is this heart-warming, smoky stew. Sweet roasted aubergine, courgette and mixed pulses make for a fantastic source of vegan protein and fibre. So, when combined with a rainbow of colourful vegetables, this nourishing dish will get you well on your way to 5 a day!

In other words – this menu ticks all the boxes.

Top Tip: The longer you cook this stew for, the deeper the flavours become! If you have time, leave it simmering in step 4 for up to 2 hours. Any leftovers are delicious reheated the next day. Check it out here.

3. Jackfruit & Sweet Potato Rendang

For anyone trying Veganuary – this is a menu not to be missed! A vegan version of the classic Malaysian rendang, this is a richly flavoured curry. Think vibrant spices such as lemongrass with creamy coconut milk, jackfruit and roasted sweet potato. Delicious!

This menu features Tamarind paste which is rich in phytonutrients that act as dietary antioxidants, which help the body’s natural immune defences. If you haven’t tried Malaysian cuisine before, this is a brilliant introduction. Get acquainted here.

4. Lobia Masala

This delicious Indian curry is made with black-eyed peas. Another super source of plant-based protein, and combined with other healthy ingredients, these beans are an especially nutritious.

There’s no doubt about it – this curry aromatic and comforting. A perfect for the start to the year.

Looking for an alternative to rice? Use bhindi masala instead. Okra is a highly nutritious antioxidant-packed vegetable that’s rich in fibre. It has specific benefits to ensure optimal digestive health, along with powerful anti-inflammatory spices.

Top Tip: Okra is best cooked from room temperature. To make sure it turns out crispy, pat dry before frying to remove extra moisture.

5. Smoky Jackfruit Stew

Jackfruit is a good source of vitamin C, dietary fibre, protein, vitamins A and C. Plus a whole host of other nutrients! It’s a popular staple for anyone looking for a meat alternative.

In other words, this stew is packed with hearty veggies filled with colour and infused with saffron and olive oil.

Team this stew up with Italian-style couscous for a real taste of the Mediterranean during the cold UK winter months.

Top Tip: If you’ve used too much water when making your couscous, leave it uncovered for any excess water to evaporate. 

Which of our top vegan food delivery boxes will you try first?

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