Are you tired of the same old boring catering options at your corporate events? Do you want to make sure everyone's dietary requirements are taken into consideration? Look no further than vegetarian and vegan catering options.
Nowadays, it's becoming increasingly important to cater to those with dietary restrictions or preferences, whether they be for health, moral reasons, or sustainability. Did you know that currently 7% of Australians avoid certain foods due to cultural or religious reasons? Providing great vegetarian and vegan options is essential to ensure that everyone is satisfied and nobody goes hungry.
But what's the difference between vegetarian and vegan? Vegetarians do not consume meat, while vegans avoid all animal-derived products such as dairy and eggs.
Serving vegetarian and vegan dishes at your next event doesn't have to be boring or bland. In fact, some vegetarian dishes can be so flavourful that even meat-eaters will be satisfied. Here are some delicious vegetarian and vegan catering ideas to help impress your guests:
1. African Chapati Wraps - A African favourite, Chapati wraps are a great option for those looking for a hearty meal. With a variety of fillings such as spinach and cheese and grilledare sure to satisfy any appetite.
2.Somali Banquet Rice Meal - Who doesn't love rice? Choose from a variety of delicious toppings such as choice of meat (chicken or lamb) or vegetables stewed in spices served with pilau rice, a garden salad and mint sauce (VV, Halal) is both tasty and satisfying.
3. Soba Noodle Salad - Healthy and delicious, soba salads are perfect for those looking for a light and refreshing meal. Add in some roasted vegetables or tofu for a protein-packed dish.
4. Vegan Thai Sticky Rice and Mango - No meal is complete without dessert. Make sure to impress your guests with a decadent Mango Coconut Rice that is 100% vegan-friendly.
If you're not sure where to find great vegetarian and vegan catering options, don't worry. There are many great themes Thai, Vietnamese, Indian... that specialise in providing delicious menu options for all dietary requirements.
Remember, serving vegetarian and vegan dishes isn't just great for your guests, it can also help reduce emissions caused by food production. So why not try incorporating some vegetarian and vegan options into your next event? Trust us, your guests will thank you.