Live-Cook Channel Goes Plant-Based

Live-Cook Channel Goes Plant-Based

  • 25 September 2020
As the world moves more decisively towards plant-based meals, the Live-Cook Channel is proud to announce that they will be hosting their first-ever vegetarian plant-based cook-along. Making a delightful, fresh and seasonal signature dish of Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Vegetable Ragout on Wednesday, 14 October, is Hazendal's talented Chef Michelle Theron.

Elevate Your Vegetarian Experience with Chef Michelle


Chef Michelle has been on a journey of health and wellness for several years now and is renowned for making incredible vegan dishes that both look and taste magnificent. Not only does she love creating vegetable dishes, but she believes in using seasonal veg, too, which is an added bonus when it comes to caring for the earth on which we live.

For this unique dish from her arsenal of favourites, viewers will be cooking Almond and Sweet Potato Gnocchi with a rich Garlic Cashew Cream Sauce, and finished with a refreshing Green Vegetable Ragout. Not only are you guaranteed to be filled, but this is sure to get your mouth salivating for more plant-based meals in the future.



A Culinary Experience like No Other


Since its launch over four months ago, the Live-Cook Channel has become the go-to virtual event for fine-dining enthusiasts, couples enjoying a night in, and even a fun, interactive family cook-along in the kitchen with the little ones. With pre-portioned meal kits delivered to your door by Daily Dish, we make it easy for you to become the head chef you always wanted to be – all from the comfort of your kitchen!

Secure Your Spot


As the exclusive ingredient supplier for the Live-Cook Channel, we have made it easy for Daily Dish customers to enjoy this experience. You can either add the Live-Cook event as an Add-On to your dinner kit, or simply swap out one of the dinners in your dinner kit with Chef Michelle's dish. You can do this on your subscription page and the ingredients will be delivered with your order on Monday 12 October.