10 Easy Vegan Recipes

Summer Tomato and Peach Salad

A seasonal and refreshing vegan recipe that has a surprising but complimentary combination of tomatoes and peaches that are at the peak of their flavours during the summer months. Using fresh ingredients this salad can be prepared in less than ten minutes and can be served with a walnut or pecan garnish. Ideal for a light lunch or dinner.

Link: http://www.vegkitchen.com/recipes/summer-tomato-and-peach-salad/

 

Honee-Glazed Tofu with Cauliflower and Soba Noodles

This exotic vegan meal is a great example of a vegan diet is only constrained by your imagination and sourcing vegan alternatives such as the Bee Free Honee used in this dish. The onslaught of flavours used in this vegan meal is sure to have anyone with a fondness for Far East cuisine salivating and it can be prepared and cooked in less than 20 minutes if you are a dab hand at multi-tasking while in the kitchen.

Link: http://jlgoesvegan.com/recipes-3-2/?recipe_id=6022842

 

Golden Red Lentil Dal with Cilantro-Speckled Basmati

This luxuriously rich curry maybe a little more time consuming to cook than other recipes on this list, but it’s still extremely easy to put together and is excellent for those who like to a big batch of a sauce and serve throughout the week. This vegan meal is for those who prefer flavour -which it’s bursting with- over spicy heat and can beserved on flavoured rice for a nice light mid-week meal.

Link: http://ohsheglows.com/2015/10/12/golden-red-lentil-dal-with-cilantro-speckled-basmati/

 

Broccoli& Lentil Power Plate

A quick and easy health kick in one bowl that can be prepared in 10-15 minutes. It combines savoury, cheesy miso broccoli florets with toasted and spiced lentils as well as slices of avocado, nutritious greens and vitamin C giving citrus. This an immensely satisfying vegan meal that will leave you feeling enriched not only by its flavours but also the many health benefits it provides.

Link: http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2013/07/savory-miso-broccoli-spiced-lentil.html

 

Raw Carrot Cumin Wraps

As long as you have a Vitamix or another high quality blender, this vegan recipe will be a cinch once you have mastered making the batter for the wraps themselves. The secret here is to get the “batter” for the raw wraps as smooth and pancake like as possible and then leave to dehydrate for approximately 3 & 1/5 hours. What you fill the wraps with is up to you, but ingredients that combine sweetness with zest are highly recommended to get the best out of the carrot infused wraps.

Link: http://www.thefullhelping.com/raw-carrot-cumin-wraps/

 

Vegan Scalloped Potatoes with Chickpea Cheese Sauce

A cheese substitute in vegan meals is much sought after and this simple to prepare vegan recipe provides just that. The dish is very versatile with the sauce itself able to lend itself as an accompaniment to many cooked vegetables, tofu, etc, but the scalloped potatoes suggested in this recipe should prove as delicious and satisfying for any meal.

Link: http://blog.fatfreevegan.com/2016/01/vegan-scalloped-potatoes-with-chickpea-cheese-sauce.html

 

Shepherd’s Pie

An easy and surprisingly quick vegan alternative to the classic dish. The key to this vegan recipe is the clever combination of courgettes, mushrooms, carrots, and peas along with soy mince and tomato paste to substitute for the traditional meat mince associated with shepherd’s pie. Topped off with mashed potato and baked in the oven in less than half an hour, this is a wonderful example of how vegans are never really missing out when it comes to dinner time.

Link: http://www.veganeasy.org/7-D

 

Almost Instant Baked Potato with assorted fillings

Okay, so this particular vegan recipe is a little obvious but it’s also a good reminder that something as simple a baked potato can provide a canvass to prepare a satisfying and delicious meal without too much fuss for all tastes. The recipe has a great many suggestions as what can be used for your fillings that can inspire you to use whatever leftovers you may have around or if the idea of tending to the kitchen for more than 10 minutes is filling you with dread for that particular meal time.

Link: http://www.veganrecipeclub.org.uk/recipes/almost-instant-baked-potato-assorted-fillings

 

Aubergine & Chickpea Penne

Pasta is almost always a good “go to” when looking to prepare a quick and easy vegan meal. This recipe, in particular, is almost overladen with flavour thanks to its blend of spices and herbs and is filled out nicely with aubergine, peppers and chick peas. It’s the kind of meal that flatters when it comes to time spent in the kitchen and the final result, and as such, is a sure fire success for a mid-week family meal or fancy dinner party alike.

Link: https://www.vegansociety.com/resources/recipes/main-meals/aubergine-and-chickpea-penne

 

A Delicious Deconstruction Burger

This particular vegan recipe deserves inclusion in this list for its name alone! Veggie burgers are very easy to get wrong as they can often end up being dry and/or bland, but this vegan recipe has overcome those problems to create a succulent burger bursting with the flavours of garlic, thyme, and balsamic vinegar among others. Served with butternut crisp fries, this is a delicious and healthy way to scratch your junk food itch.

Link: https://veganuary.com/de/recipes/a-delicious-deconstruction-burger/

 

 

 

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