Iceland launches No Bull Wellington for Christmas

Did you suppose we have been carried out with Christmas meals bulletins? Assume once more! Iceland has simply introduced its No Bull Wellington, the final word vegan centrepiece.

Gone are the times of nut roasts, Iceland has come to the rescue with a vegan model of a conventional beef wellington.

The No Bull Wellington options juicy soya protein seasoned with sage, cayenne pepper and cinnamon, layered with candy caramelised purple onions and sage and onion stuffing. Then, your entire showstopper is wrapped in buttery golden puff pastry which the retailer says will ‘soften in consumers’ mouths’.

Vegan at Iceland

Iceland already has a considerable vary of vegan merchandise below its No Meat Firm branding. Inside its huge freezers, you could find vegan burgers, meatballs, hen items, sausages and even desserts.

Its first vegan merchandise hit the markets in 2018 and since then have been best for consuming vegan each on a price range and with a busy way of life.

Iceland can also be well-known for his or her social gathering meals ranges across the festive season, and this yr simply certainly one of their choices is the 30-piece Vegan Get together Choice that includes No Duck Spring Rolls, No Hen Samosas, and No Prawn Tempura.

Vegan Christmas Mains

All main UK supermarkets have stepped up their vegan Christmas choices this yr, with some superb choices for the right centrepiece.

A few of our highlights embrace Tesco’s Depraved Kitchen Wellington, Sainsbury’s Plant Pioneers No Turkey Parcels, and Asda’s Vegan Turkey Roast.

We’re completely spoilt for alternative this Christmas, and it’s getting more durable to decide on only one principal dish!

The Iceland No Bull Wellington is obtainable from shops and on-line now for £3.00. 

Wish to browse all the perfect Christmas ranges?
Learn our round-up of festive vegan choices from main UK supermarkets. 

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