Iceland launches No Bull Wellington for Christmas

Read Time:   |  11th December 2020

Frozen food retailer Iceland is launching a vegan No Bull Willington, perfect for your Christmas centrepiece.

Did you think we were done with Christmas food announcements? Think again! Iceland has just announced its No Bull Wellington, the ultimate vegan centrepiece.

Gone are the days of nut roasts, Iceland has come to the rescue with a vegan version of a traditional beef wellington.

The No Bull Wellington features juicy soya protein seasoned with sage, cayenne pepper and cinnamon, layered with sweet caramelised red onions and sage and onion stuffing. Then, the entire showstopper is wrapped in buttery golden puff pastry which the retailer says will ‘melt in shoppers’ mouths’.

Vegan at Iceland

Iceland already has a substantial range of vegan products under its No Meat Company branding. Within its vast freezers, you can find vegan burgers, meatballs, chicken pieces, sausages and even desserts.

Its first vegan products hit the markets in 2018 and since then have been ideal for eating vegan both on a budget and with a busy lifestyle.

Iceland is also famous for their party food ranges around the festive season, and this year just one of their options is the 30-piece Vegan Party Selection featuring No Duck Spring Rolls, No Chicken Samosas, and No Prawn Tempura.

Vegan Christmas Mains

All major UK supermarkets have stepped up their vegan Christmas offerings this year, with some amazing options for the perfect centrepiece.

Some of our highlights include Tesco’s Wicked Kitchen Wellington, Sainsbury’s Plant Pioneers No Turkey Parcels, and Asda’s Vegan Turkey Roast.

We are absolutely spoilt for choice this Christmas, and it’s getting harder to choose just one main dish!

The Iceland No Bull Wellington is available from stores and online now for £3.00. 

Want to browse all the best Christmas ranges?
Read our round-up of festive vegan options from major UK supermarkets

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