Articles tagged with: Vegan
A fresh orange and herb pasta salad, full of colour and healthy vegetables. A great recipe for kids to make as it looks great on a plate and is healthy too!
This Fairtrade dish makes a great dinner party starter or a filling lunch. We cooked this dish at our Fairtrade pop-up restaurant in the Suma canteen and it was very well received. It uses simple ingredients like Fairtrade tinned beans combined with some fresh vegetables and herbs for punchy flavour combinations.
A vegetable stew and dumplings recipe designed to be cooked by children. This simple recipe will get kids learning cookery skills and enjoying their time in the kitchen.
A basic fruit crumble recipe designed so that it is easy for kids to follow and get them involved in home cooking.
Plan ahead now and you’ll have the perfect batch of rich, matured mincemeat in time for December- if you can keep your hands off it for that long!
Purple sprouting broccoli is in season in the spring, and works well in this warming soup. Udon noodles are Japanese semi-wholewheat noodles, which have a pale nutty brown colour when cooked. Alternatively, you could use rice noodles instead.
In some parts of Italy orzo, or barley, is used in place of Arborio rice to make a risotto-style dish. Barley is naturally low in fat and makes for a satisfying and tasty meal when combined with earthy mushroom flavours.
This cooked breakfast is a satisfying start to the day and much lower in fat than the greasy, meaty version of a full English!
If you don’t normally buy your frozen food from Suma, now is a great time to give it a try. For deliveries made by us there’s no extra delivery charge for frozen products, and we deliver your frozen along with the rest of your Suma order. So why not give it a try? Have a look at some of the product highlights from our frozen range…
It’s been a huge undertaking, but we are thrilled to say that after many months of hard work we have now completed the construction of an impressive new 130 square-metre freezer unit. This effectively doubles …