Hari Raya is a beloved holiday in Malaysia, known for family, friends, and feasting. However, eating too much rich food can lead to the feeling of ‘jemu’, a Malay term to describe the feel when you have eaten too much of a good thing. To avoid this, yumeat has developed plant-based meat substitutes that allow people to enjoy traditional Raya dishes without compromising on taste, nutrition, or sustainability. These substitutes can easily be incorporated into meat-heavy dishes, providing a lighter taste.
yumeat, the first plant-based meat range in Malaysia, has introduced five new recipes that put a unique twist on popular Raya (Eid al-Fitr) dishes. These recipes are easy to make at home, and they offer a lighter and healthier alternative to traditional meat-heavy meals. yumeat is unique in that it contains up to 10 grams of protein per 100 gram serving, has a meat-like texture and taste, and is low in saturated fat with no cholesterol. The ingredients in yumeat™ are entirely clean, with no GMOs, hormones, antibiotics, MSG, or preservatives. These recipes are perfect for those who want to enjoy delicious food without compromising their health or values.
Check out this link to see the full recipe of these five traditional recipes which are enhanced with yumeat’s plant-based range – Popiah Goreng with Plant-based Luncheon Meat Spicy, Bubur Lambuk and Tauhu Bergedil with Plant-based Luncheon Meat Original, Roti John and Pulut Panggang with Plant-based Minced Meat with Bean Paste.
yumeat is available in Plant-based Luncheon Meat Original and Plant-based Luncheon Meat Spicy at RM7 for 190g can and RM12.90 for 360g can; and Plant-based Minced Meat with Bean Paste at RM6.25 for 195g can.
yumeat products are widely available from Aeon, Aeon Big, Giant, Lotus, Jaya Grocer, MYDIN, Hero, 99 Speedmart, Village Grocer, Bens, or visit the Ayam Brand Official stores on Shopee and Lazada. Follow facebook.com/yumeat.malaysia or instagram.com/yumeat.malaysia for more information of the products, recipes and exciting promotions.