Matthew Fletcher, senior sous chef of Nu Sana shares his favourite vegetarian dish as part of National Vegetarian Week 2022.
The annual campaign which is held each May invites people to try more plant-based food, and this year’s campaign also aims to raise awareness of the impact of climate change on wildlife, with some of the UK’s most recognisable and well-loved species at risk of extinction. Eating more veggies regularly is one of the simplest things we can do to reduce our own carbon footprint.
Senior sous chef of Nu Sana, Matthew Fletcher has shared one of his favourite vegetarian dishes, the Nasi Goreng, an Indonesian fried rice dish packed with tonnes of fragrant, spicy, and zesty Asian flavours with an additional Nu Sana twist.
Whether it being going completely meat-free for the week or reducing your usual intake see below our vegetarian recipe as part of #nationalvegetarianweek.
Do let us know if you recreate the Indonesian fried rice dish and you can also browse the Nu Sana menus for a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes on offer here at Rockliffe Hall.
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