Suma’s vegan ‘meaty’ tinned meals, are ideal to stock up on and keep in the cupboard. They cost less than a few pounds each, and are made by one of England’s top health food wholesalers, so easily found in indie health shops (and in Co-op supermarkets) or stock up online. Keep these tins away from pets, as the meat is not real (also contain pet-toxic mushrooms and spices).
For a nice meal, just heat in a saucepan. With some bread and a vegetable side, it makes a substantial meal. Or use them to make other meals (the canned meatballs in sauce could be added to pasta).
- Vegan Pea & ‘Ham’ Soup is a creamy coconut milk soup with green peas and vegan ham-style pieces made with soy protein, along with nice tasty stock and dried vegetables (onions, parsnip, parsley).
- Baked Beans & Lincolnshire-style Sausages are good on toast or even with a baked potato. Organic Beans & Burgers will please any husband, father or son. This substantial meal is ideal for lunchtime breaks. Just empty in a pan and heat up. Or have organic beans in a low-sugar version (in agave syrup).
- Or try the Vegan Meatballs Bolognese is great to throw in a pan to heat up, for a traditional spaghetti bolognese. Each tin is bursting with flavour, made from rehydrated textured soy for protein with lots of tasty ingredients for an authentic meaty flavour.
- Look in shops for Suma’s new vegan tinned ravioli
Suma’s Vegan Cheesy Pasta
Vegan Cheesy Pasta Pot is good alone or with fresh crusty bread. With potatoes, red peppers and green beans, in a vegan cheesy sauce.