Four Beautiful Plant-Based Meals with Westfalia Fruit

Words: Crush

Plant-based meals with WestfaliaPlant-based meals are becoming more and more popular and not only with vegans and vegetarians. Westfalia Fruit has good news for all avocado lovers – their guacamole and avocado oils are both suitable for vegan and vegetarian meals. Filled with the quality and goodness of real avocados, all avo lovers can enjoy these in a variety of delicious ways.

Westfalia Fruit the #Avoexperts

The guys over at Westfalia Fruit are known as the #avoexperts. They are committed to producing a variety of cultivars and use sustainable farming practices to supply the local and international market with quality fresh fruit all year round. The same goodness and care go into producing the well-known ranges of Westfalia Fruit Avocado Oil and Guacamole.

Westfalia Fruit makes food preparation convenient with a range of versatile, ready-to-eat guacamole in four flavours – Plain, Spicy, Sweet Chilli Salsa and Biltong Flavoured. Enjoy the guacamole as a dip with veggies, spread it on a sarmie, serve a dollop with your favourite meal or anywhere you would have fresh avocado.

Westfalia Avocado Oils are healthy and are a perfect substitute for any other cooking oil. They are ideal for frying, roasting and braaiing, drizzling, dipping and even baking. Try any of the four flavours: Plain, Lemon, Garlic or Butter. Both the oil and the guacamole are Halaal and Kosher certified.

Four Plant-Based Meals with Westfalia Fruit

We put Westfalia Avocado Oils and ready-to-eat guacamoles to the test. The result? These four downright divine plant-based meals that we guarantee you’re going to want to make again and again.

Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Plant-based mealsThese deep-fried buffalo bombs are going to be your new favourite snack. We coat cauliflower florets in a beautifully light batter and deep fry to crispy, crunchy perfection – this already versatile veg gets even more delish! Drench these golden bites in a homemade sweet ‘n sticky BBQ sauce and serve with Westfalia Spicy Guacamole for dipping.

Recipe for Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Vegan Mushroom Taquitos

plant-based mealsWe’re thinking that taquitos are our new favourite snack! The vegan filling is comprised of mushrooms, garlic, celery and onion fried in aromatic paprika and cumin. This magical mixture is then spooned into soft tortillas, rolled up and popped in the oven to be baked to golden brown and crisp. These guys are perfect dipped into Westfalia Plain Guacamole and can be savoured during pretty much any time of day. Serve with fresh lime wedges and tuck in.

Recipe for Vegan Mushroom Taquitos

Vegan Lemon, Chia and Nut Granola

plant-based meals Granola is honestly the holy grail of breakfast in our opinion. This granola makes for a delicious snack to nibble on but we love ours served generously over a bowl of creamy vegan yoghurt, complete with swirls of blueberry compote. The granola is made with Westfalia Lemon Flavoured Avocado Oil, giving it a divine, subtle citrus note – we love!

Recipe for Vegan Lemon, Chia and Nut Granola

Roasted Masala-spiced Nuts

Roasted Masala Spiced NutsWho doesn’t love a spiced nut to nibble on? What we really like about this power snack is that the nuts are home-roasted, so you know exactly what you’re eating. They’ve been drizzled with Westfalia Garlic Flavoured Avocado Oil, which is so much healthier than other oils. Store these nuts for intermittent snacking and for sprinkling over salads, toast and roasted veg for extra crunch. We love this recipe where they’re enjoyed on top of crispy bruschetta with dollops of Westfalia Plain Guacamole.

Recipe for Roasted Masala-spiced Nuts

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Plant-based meals with Westfalia

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