Supermarket giant Tesco, has unveiled its new range of plant-based food- created by pioneering plant based chef Derek Sarno.
2017 saw the rise of veganism, and food outlets such as Pret, wamagama, and many more have started to offer vegetarian and vegan menus.
Tesco have jumped on the Vegan band wagon and are now offering a brand-new plant-based range, Wicked Kitchen.
Derek Sarno, the chef who created the range, said he wants to ‘bring the plant-based market from niche to mainstream.’
The range features vegan sandwiches, wraps, ready meals, salads and pizza, that is sure to be life changing.
The range is also heavily influenced by Indian cuisine, with meals such as Sweet Potato Pakora Wrap, Rainbow Curry Bowl, Curried Cauliflower onion bhaji and coconut rice, and many more.
Check out more of the vegan range below and in your local Tesco!
Beetroot tortilla wrap power-packed with crisp, punchy carrot and a vibrant vegetable mix.
Sweet potato pakora, fire-roasted red pepper, crispy carrot and creamy Sriracha vegan mayonnaise in a tortilla wrap
Spicy beans, slow-braised shredded Eryngii mushrooms, crunchy veg and fiery salsa.
Colourful curried pulses with fiery sweet potato, onion bhajis, fragrant mango and a cool minty dressing.
And this one is gluten free!
Teriyaki-style noodles with press-roasted cluster mushrooms, sweet ‘n’ savoury glaze, Asian-style vegetables and tangy lime to finish.
Pulled king Eryngii mushrooms roasted in a blend of Mexican-inspired spices and jalapeños.
Slow-braised meaty eryngii mushrooms and vegetable linguine in a legendary secret sauce from Derek’s grandmother’s recipe.
Crunchy masala marinated cauliflower and chickpeas on a bed of coconut rice.
Chickpea & beetroot chana masala, gunpowder spiced new potatoes, spring greens and fragrant saffron rice