I’m super excited to have teamed up with Reroot Foods to work on their new product range GOODMINZ! GOODMINZ is plant based fresh mince made from vegetables and as soon as Richard the founder contacted me I was excited by the idea of healthy plant based mince and the recipes I could create with them.
GOODMINZ is made purely from plants, has a lovely texture which is perfect for making into no-meat balls, veggie burgers, sausages as well as pizza toppings and with pasta.
There are four varieties and they come in amazing rainbow colours – Green with peas, broccoli & spinach; Purple with beetroot, sweet potato & celeriac; Orange with sweetcorn, red pepper & butternut squash; and Brown with mushrooms, fennel & parsnips.
GOODMINZ is designed to allow you to add flavourings to create your own favourite recipes and combinations. And to explore this, Richard asked me to create some recipes using complementary herbs, spices, nuts, seeds, fruits and other ingredients…
So I’ve been happily experimenting over the past weeks and have come up with some wonderful ways to use GOODMINZ – I’ll be sharing them over the coming weeks and I can’t wait see what you think.
So my creative juices are flowing and here’s my first recipe. Super-herby Green GOODMINZ no-meat balls with mint & coriander dressing, rainbow slaw & flatbread
I can’t wait for to you to try these. The no-meat balls are super easy to make, delicious, packed with protein and contain basil, chive, pumpkin seeds and mild green chilli (to add a bit of zing).
And you know how much I love a herby dressing? So I combined fresh mint and coriander with tahini and lemon juice for a lovely green dressing. Both the dressing and the no-meat balls work really well with any herbs, so just use your favourites or you could swap the herbs around between the dressing and the balls for ultimate versatility.
For extra crunch I made a lovely fresh rainbow slaw packed with colourful veg. And of course you need a flatbread to contain and scoop up all these goodies!
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