Whether enjoyed as a meal in themselves or as a tasty side with dinner, our new colourful and vibrant layered veg pots and salads are guaranteed to liven up your tastebuds – pick them up in our fruit and veg section and find your new #MyMarksFave from these delicious flavour combinations
We all want to feel energised at this time of year, and getting more vegetables, pulses and grains into your diet is the perfect way to do just that. Our new layered veg pots – available in the fruit and veg section of the Foodhall – are just what you’ll be craving this January.
They combine a healthy hit of vegetables with punchy dressings and marinades, hearty pulses and grains, and interesting textures. Think roasted vegetables with cous cous in a fiery harissa sauce; vibrant slaw with coconutty rice noodles; and warming sweet potato curry with fragrant rice. Choose a hot version or one of our ready-to-eat pots, and enjoy as a meal in itself or alongside cooked fish, chicken or steak.
Creamy sweet potato and chickpea curry, with delicious coconut black rice and vibrant spinach – simply pop in the microwave and enjoy
Mixed grains, peas and courgette salad with a zingy cider vinegar and honey dressing. Ready to eat – one of your five-a-day in every pot
A ready-to-eat tomato and feta salad with herby quinoa and plenty of fresh rocket. Great on its own or with salmon
If you’re craving something to warm the cockles that tastes good too, try the Bang Bang One, part of our new range of layered veg pots and available in our fruit and veg section. This vegan dish is a deliciously fragrant combination of a creamy coconut and veg sauce, rice noodles and crunchy slaw – just the thing to keep the winter cold at bay. Simply pop in the microwave and dig in.
Say goodbye to boring al desko lunches with the Vibrant & Zingy One, another addition to our delicious new range of veg pots. It combines a creamy avocado and basil crush, topped with hearty mixed grains for texture, and a moreish spiced butternut squash for sweetness, plus chickpeas, cucumber and fresh herbs. One of your five a day, it contains only 253 calories per portion – in other words, it’s a total mid-week lunch winner.
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