No Beef Wellington
Wicked Kitchen Wicked Wellington does make for a great centrepiece for your Sunday roast. This is a well crafted mock meat rolled in light flaky pastry that will impress even the most hardened meat fans. Great for festivals like Christmas, New Year, Rosh Hashanah, Easter or even just as a Sunday Lunch.
- Wicked Wellington.
- Roasted veg,
- Sweet potato with the skin on.
- Boiled veg,
- Brussels sprouts.
- Nutritional yeast with B12.
- Vegan gravy granules.
- Knob of vegan butter.
- Olive oil.
- Balsamic vinegar
Since you don't have to really make anything, this is really easy! The roasted veg will take about 15-20 minutes on each side. I add the knob of vegan butter to the top of the parsnips and drizzle a little balsamic vinegar on the courgettes. Since there is a larger verity of veg in this roast dinner, you will not need large amounts of any particular veg. About 30g of each type of veg per person is enough; however, you will need more potato, so I suggest about 130g per person of sweet potato. The nutritional yeast goes in the gravy for that extra taste and nutrition.
Using sweet potato gives more vitamin A, which is good for the skin and roughage (fibre), which is good for preventing constipation among other things. According to the NHS (2018):
'There is strong evidence that eating plenty of fibre (commonly referred to as roughage) is associated with a lower risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and bowel cancer. '
Furthermore, that great assortment of vegetables will give plenty of other vitamins such as vitamins C and K. When it comes to the vegan butter, choose the unsalted variety since your food will provide you with enough salt, as you know, too much salt is not good for your blood pressure.
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