Meat-free recipes

 

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A vast choice of meat-free deliscious, tasty, healthy food to enjoy

We want to help you go meat-free so we (VeggyMalta and other partners) have put up a whole list of meat-free recipes. Going meat-free couldn’t be easier.

As you can see from the recipes below, going meat-free is not only healthy but also tasty and yummy. By going meat-free you will no longe be limiting what you eat around meat (or fish) but opening yourself to new flavours.

Additionally if you still want to eat your traditional plates, you will find that there is an ample choice of  meat-free substitutes to products like burgers, sausages, mince (to add with your pasta), nuggets, fillets, pulled pork, hot-dogs, meat-balls, milk, cheese etc and the list goes on and on. Remember by going meat-free you are making a real difference to climate change and biodiversity loss, to reduce animal cruelty, to your health and to a better global balance of food.

We will keep adding more recipes and those who have joined the challenge will receive updates by email.

Broccoli and Pasta BAKE

by darryl grima
veggymalta.com

High Protein Tortilla Wraps

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com

High Protein Tortilla Wraps

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com

vegan hazelnut cream latte

by darryl grima
veggymalta.com

vegan cookie cannoli cake

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com

veg & mango chutney pie

by darryl grima
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balsamic roasted veg fusilli

by ramona debono
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quick meals with pasta

by doryne abela
veggymalta.com

crunchy quinoa granola

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com

winter lenteil soup

by doryne abela
veggymalta.com

mixed berry chia jam

by ramona debono
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the ultimate avocadeo toast

by ann sammut
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Recommended meat-free products!

Valsoia’s Tiramisu

Valsoia has a whole range of plant-based, dairy free, naturally lactose free ice-creams to choose from. Some are also gluten-free. Valsoia’s Tiramisu has a sprinkle of cacao powder on top and a subtle taste of coffee. A must try, and if you choose to share with your friends they will not realise that this is a 100% plant-based ice cream.

Recommended products

cauliflower & chickpea cake

by alsiaon cashe
veggymalta.com

vegetable fritters pulpetti

by doryne abela
veggymalta.com

Chili sin Carne

by Doryne Abela
veggymalta.com

farmhouse minestrone

by marthese quattromani
veggymalta.com

potato carrot & chickpea curry

by doryne abela
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Oodles of Noodles

by Doryne Abela
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chickpea omlette

by alison casha
veggymalta.com

peanut butter & banana porridge

by ann sammut
veggymalta.com

protein packed vegan meatballs

by ann sammut
veggymalta.com

minestrone soup

by doryne abela
veggymalta.com

vegan pizza

by alision casha
veggymalta.com

vegan parmigiana

by alison casha
veggymalta.com
Don’t let the meat industry misguide you!

Protein – the truth

Using their financial power the meat-industry has managed to build a myth that meat is the best source of protein. By using the media (and with the complicity of health authorities) they have made us believe that you need to eat meat to get your protein. That is a lie!

 Apart from being rich in protein, several plant-based foods contain all 9 essential amino-acids like quinoa, buckwheat, hemp and soy. Apart from containing the building blocks for healthy muscles, plant-based protein tends to be lower in calories and fat than animal protein and higher in fiber and essential nutrients.

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High Protein Tortilla Wraps

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com
mushroom & pepper straganoff
by Doryne Abela
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golden lentil daal

by ann sammut
veggymalta.com

Sesame & multiseed bars

by darryl grima
veggymalta.com

spinach & mushrrom spanakopitas

by alison casha
veggymalta.com
sweet potato & avocado dips
by Ramona debono
veggymalta.com

lemon blueberry yoghurt cake

by ramona debono
veggymalta.com

Pasta Alla Norma

by Doryne Abela
veggymalta.com

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