These are genuinely delicious, because they are made properly with top quality ingredients in a kitchen in Dorset. the only thing to add is a bit of salt, maybe some crusty bread and a bit of cheese if you like. Perfect after a long hike, if you are minimising weight and fuss or if you are somewhere where wildlife eating your dinner will be a problem... Also great for festivals!
Slow-cooked British Soya in a rich tomato sauce, combined with oregano, star anise and orzo, a rice-shaped pasta.
Italian Comfort Food with a Twist
This vegan orzo bolognese is a twist on the classic Italian dish. Instead of beef mince, they use healthy soya; instead of spaghetti, they used orzo, a tiny, rice-shaped pasta. To this Firepot add a delicate balance of oregano and star anise, mixed in a traditional tomato sauce. This is a meal guaranteed to please the whole family, offering a real a taste of Italian comfort food when you're far away from home.
The foil packaging allows for the meal to be prepared without the use of a pan, you simply pour in boiling water up to the right level, stir, reseal and let stand for a few minutes. You can also pour it out and cook on the stove by just bringing it to the boil and then letting it stand - so it doesn't use up your gas or firewood.
These meals are a hearty meal for one or enough to be shared (especially if you pack in some bread or make yourself some damper)
Water usage: 325ml
Ingredients: TVP mince (soya beans, caramel), orzo pasta (durum wheat semolina), tomatoes, onion, garlic, tomato puree, olive oil, mushroom stock (mushroom concentrate, yeast extract, sugar, cornflour), salt, oregano, pepper, star anise, bay leaves, citric acid.
Allergens: Soya beans, wheat