Christmas: the festive season is the perfect opportunity to think about what you’re eating. Where does your food come from? Should you go for a traditional dinner or vegetarian? Have your friends and family gone vegetarian or maybe you’ve decided to quit meat and fish yourself? Of course there are many more options that don’t just involve serving a salad or vegetable ratatouille.
Don’t believe anybody who tells you that eating ethically cannot be combined with delicious and more chic meals. There are plenty of festive recipes available that fit your lifestyle perfectly.
Every Christmas sees the same type of dishes being served – things such as fondues, roulade or venison, and lobster, salmon or fish soup. They are all relatively traditional feasts. But you could prepare something even tastier and more surprising – a delicious vegetarian Christmas dinner. Vegetarian dishes can look just as attractive and appetising as meat or fish dishes, you just have to play a little with the colour and texture. Combinations such as seitan, vegetables, legumes and nuts can make up an extraordinarily delicious festive dinner. Below we have created just one example for perfect seitan starters and main courses:
Organic seitan from Bertyn is easy to use in vegetarian dishes. In classic dishes you can use seitan as a meat substitute. A meat substitute without cholesterol, with more protein than meat or fish and low in fat. Ideal on your veggie day. On this website you will find a lot of recipes for seitan.view our recipes
Recipe suitable for: 6 people | Difficulty: Average | Total preparation: 0 minutes |Type: Tapas & snacks, Tapa & snackView recipe
Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Preparation time: 40 minutes | Total preparation: 60 minutes |View recipe
Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Easy | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Preparation time: 15 minutes | Total preparation: 25 minutes |Type: Appetizer, Main dish, Side dish, Snack, Meat substitute, Tapa & snackView recipe
“When you cook seitan the taste depends on the spices you use, because seitan does not have much of a taste of its own. Thanks to its firm structure, seitan can be fried, roasted or barbecued, or simply on a pizza. You can find seitan in the cold section of your natural food and health food shops.”