Get inspiration from vegetables – a few recipes you just must try!

Get inspiration from vegetables – a few recipes you just must try!

With vegetables and vegetable-based products you create almost anything to eat – for lunch or dinner, at weekdays or weekends. But we know that sometimes it might be hard to come up with the ideas. So, we don’t mind giving some tips.

Colorful and delicious – fantastically red beetroot risotto with some Crispy veggie patties

Beetroot really is a fine vegetable. Besides containing lots of good stuff, it gives a nice touch for the looks of food too. With Crispy veggie patties you complete the delicious all-vegetables portion.

Why make it hard? Keep it simple and make a burger

Who doesn’t like burgers? Yeah, that’s right. If you also want your burger to be vegan, we have the answer. Crispy veggie pattie with avocado, bell pepper and really nice artisan bread. Keep it simple.

No-meat balls <3 tomato-mozzarella sauce

Tasty tomato sauce with mozzarella is a classic. With No-meat balls you can make a delicious vegan version of it. Easy and convenient food with guaranteed satisfaction. Enjoy!

 

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