In November, plant-based brand BOL is launching a slew of new recipes for its lines of chic noodles, potent soups, one-pot meals, veggie jars and dinner boxes.
The new recipes come after BOL recorded a triumphant October, hitting RSV’s £ 1.7million (a 71% year-over-year increase from October 2020) and setting the brand up for its most vegetarian ever strong to this day.
The new recipes, which will all be available in Tesco stores nationwide, include high-energy coconut and Thai red lentil soups, and potent roasted butternut squash and chili soups, a pot of roasted tomato veggies. Italian style, a meal with sweet potato and katsu curry. , Spicy Firecracker Udon and Japanese Yakisoba Posh Noodles, and a chickpea masala dinner box.
Each contains healthy plant protein, fiber, and up to four servings of vegetables, plus fragrant herbs and spices to help nourish people naturally this winter.
Paul Brown / Jess Vara, Senior BM at BOL, says: “The NPD we launched this summer has transformed BOL, contributing 55% of our overall monthly volume and helping us feed 350,000 plant-based meals in the UK. United. We want to continue to create delicious, herbal recipes that excite and interest all consumers, whether they are plant enthusiasts or looking to eat a little less meat every week, and we believe our new recipes are here to help. that. “
Thai energy soup with red coconut and lentils
Bring color to your table with the delicious fragrant flavors of sweet potato and potent lentils, along with Thai lime leaf, lemongrass and Thai basil, a generous dash of lime and a swirl of walnut cream. coco to finish. It’s a real East Asian energy boost, with 2 of your 5 per day per serving and a healthy dose of plant protein. We are confident it can brighten up even the UK’s grayest days
Potent roasted butternut squash and chili immune boosting soup
This is a winter warmer with all the colors of summer: a silky blend of butternut, carrot, mango and turmeric, creamy coconut and a surprising kick of chili. It’s a herbal version of a classic combination, loaded with vitamins and the best flavors Mother Nature has to offer. A full bowl equals 4 of your 5 a day, a bunch of fiber and vegetable protein. It’s the ultimate meal deal.
Italian Roasted Tomato Pasta Vegetable Jar
We have married the indulgence of Italian cuisine with the nourishment of plants. Carrots, zucchini and spinach are mixed with a delicious sun-kissed tomato sauce and basil infused oil. Spin your fork in soft gemelli pasta, cannellini beans with hazelnuts and juicy Kalamata olives. Despite its decadent taste, this pot is packed with healthy fats, vitamins such as E and A, as well as satiating fiber and protein.
Sweet Potato Katsu Curry One Pot Meal
Little pot. Big taste. Huge food. A trio of black beans, chickpeas and lentils provide 20 grams of vegetable protein to this dish. Then add rice to the mix and we present to you: the 9 essential amino acids and a source of “complete protein”. Sweet potatoes, carrots, and red peppers bring vitamin A to the party – vital for growth and development and general immune function.
Spicy Firecracker Udon Posh Noodles
We really took noodles to a new level. This recipe warms up with our special firecracker sauce: a clever mix of garlic, chili, soy and ginger. In every bite, savor the vibrancy of Japanese cuisine with spiced black beans with paprika, crispy bamboo shoots and a blend of refreshing leafy greens
Japanese Yakisoba Posh Noodles
All the fragrant flavors of Japanese food stalls, captured in a chic pot. Indulge in the sweet and tangy flavors of our Yakisoba-style dish. Turmeric noodles meet ginger sweet potato and satiating black beans, all finished with a scattering of sweet and juicy corn and dark leafy greens. It’s street food turned into a superfood: containing healthy plant protein, fiber, and lots of hidden veggies.
Chickpea masala dinner box
We’ve perfected a blend of traditional masala spices to transport your taste buds to beautiful northern India: with authentic onion bhajis, pilau rice and a mind-blowing sauce filled with fragrant ginger, chili, fennel and cardamom. All the indulgence of refined cuisine, with a vegetal touch (and no crockery.)