Every week we see another brand taking up their vegan offering with new and exciting menu offerings. Now it seems, it may be even easier to cook vegan with the release of a vegan menu through home delivery service Marley Spoon.
The company states that their new vegan offering has been designed with chefs, nutritionists and recipe writers to ensure it is all-natural, healthy and very likely delicious. The range will contain 6-step recipe cards and all the ingredients to turn you into the next vegan masterchef at home.
The new vegan additions mean the menu size is expanding from 20 to 23 unique recipes every week to ensure every customer – vegan or not – has the perfect menu to match their tastebuds and dietary requirements. All the vegan meals from Marley Spoon contain no meat, eggs, dairy or other animal products, like honey.
Some of the first initial recipes will include Japanese Noodle Broth with Tofu, Sesames & Shiitake and Miso Pesto Farfalle with Mushrooms & Cannellini Beans.
Marley Spoon’s Australian Culinary Director, Evan Murphy, says that the new menu has been in development for over a year, but ensuring quality and consistency was more important than rushing the launch.
“We know our customers love to cook and try new things so we’re really excited we can deliver something new and unique every week. They’ve been asking for more vegan options, but we needed to ensure we could do it in the right way, which means balanced, nutritionally sound recipes supported by premium, all-natural ingredients. We didn’t want to start delivering vegan options if they don’t meet our standard of quality.
“One of the major attractions of Marley Spoon is we remove the need to meal plan or shop for ingredients, so Marley Spoon is perfect for someone who’s interested in cooking their own vegan meals and doesn’t know where to start. We’re excited to bring stress-free, delicious and sustainable vegan cooking to even more Aussie households.”
Using ingredients from vegan suppliers like Suzy Spoon’s Vegetarian Butcher, Sunny Brand Dumplings, and Uncle Harry’s Vegan Grill, all the ingredients are locally sourced and contain real vegetables, grains and seeds.
“There are huge benefits to reducing your meat intake and eating a more plant-based diet, for both your health and the planet, but the word ‘vegan’ has a bit of a halo effect and some people think this automatically translates to healthy,” said Brigit Ambrose, Marley Spoon’s in-house nutritionist. “It means a lot of vegan products are very high in salt or sugar, so when developing our menu we wanted to make sure everything would be suitable for weekly eating. We spent a long time finding the right suppliers whose products are both healthy and delicious. Everything vegan on the Marley Spoon menu is made from real ingredients and all the meals are nutritionally balanced.”
The first deliveries of Marley Spoon’s vegan meals commence the week of 28 October.
Order your box now at marleyspoon.com.au