Vegan Major Dish Recipes
Pasta Alla Norma
If you have extra time, make this dish forward to provide time for the flavors to meld. Chewy pearl couscous is the star of this Mediterranean-impressed dish.
Nutty, protein-wealthy quinoa mingles with yellow bell pepper, garlic, scallions, and zucchini on this satisfying major-dish salad. After cooking, stir in toasted almonds and celery to add crunch. For whenever you’re craving something sweet and do not want to wait on a complete cake to bake, that is the recipe for you. Vegan chocolate chips add a gooey texture, perfectly offset by a sprinkling of crunchy toasted coconut. Doubling as a side and a primary when tossed over some greens or stuffed in a tortilla, this colorful salad is ready in a flash.
Black olives and solar-dried tomatoes add bursts of briny, acidic flavor, whereas pine nuts create an irresistible crunch. Look for Castelvetrano olives for this salad recipe; their buttery flesh and delicate flavor will convert essentially the most olive-averse. With sweet potato as a binder, quinoa for protein, and meaty mushrooms for depth, this veggie burger beats something in the frozen foods aisle. Opt for rice noodles instead of egg noodles to make this veggie bowl vegan.
Chard & White Bean Pasta
Winter Salad Hummus Bowls
These are “fast healthy vegan tacos that even the youngsters will go loopy for,” says Dana D. Dress Japanese somen noodles in a handy guide a rough medley of grated ginger, lime zest, and rice-wine vinegar, and prime with scallions and roasted peanuts. If you can’t find somen, you might use vermicelli or thin spaghetti as an alternative.