We love salads that can be meals on their own, and this vegetarian option is one of our best. It can be served warm if you are feeling chilly, or cold if you’re craving something fresh. Whatever you need, our veggie rice salad is here for you.
One of the things we love most about winter cooking is all the dark earthy ingredients that are in season around this time of year. Take your vegetarian meal to a whole other level this week with our fancy-to-eat but easy-to-cook beetroot pizza.
Need a healthy dinner that comes together in under half an hour? Our coconut hot-and-sour soup is a belly-warming bowl of goodness. And it fits in perfectly with one of food’s hottest trends, Asian flavours!
Because who doesn’t love a mushroom burger? Take it up a level by adding pickled cucumbers and your very own home-made fruity chutney.
Apples are almost always available year-round here in SA and we are obsessed with adding fruity elements to savoury dishes. Not sure what to eat for dinner tonight? Take inspiration from our creative and bountiful spinach crêpes. They look fancy, but come together in a mere 5 steps.
Do you need a brekkie that’s going to keep you full and feeling satisfied all day long? Look no further that our pita with scrambled egg. Feel free to fill it with healthy goodies that you love to eat.
We took some simple vegetarian ingredients and turned them into a lovely starter or, in larger portions, our dal soup makes a great cheap and cheerful family dinner. And remember that because they are small, split in half and skinned, red lentils are the quickest cooking of all pulses. However, they tend to disintegrate – this makes them great for dals and soups, less so for salads or sides.
A true vegetarian feast that will have your mouth watering and you begging for more. These black bean tacos are perfectly spiced and they boast plenty of freshness with yummy greens, plus a garlic aioli to add some creaminess.
If our Buddha bowl doesn’t get you excited for meat-free Monday, we don’t know what will! It’s packed with nutrient-rich veggies, nuts, spices and greens, so grab your spoons and dig in.
Looking for ways to turn our coconut soup into a one-pot meat-free dinner? Simply add some chunks of roast sweet potato. Yum!