If you’re vegan, chances are you’re always looking for easy vegan recipes to experiment with. That said, we combed through a few websites to compile a list of the most delicious and popular vegan dinner recipes you can quickly whip up at home.
These rich, veggie-derived, whole foods, plant-based recipes burst with flavor and consist of fresh seasonal produce. Consider what is in season in your state and choose a few of these recipes to try this week!
Here are the casseroles, pasta, grain bowls, and other delicious entrees in our weekly vegan dinner plates. Let’s take a look at some recipes, shall we?
Easy Vegan Recipes
Even when you roast cauliflower at a high temperature, it takes time to get charred and crispy around the edges properly. Don’t fret if it shrinks a lot when you attempt this recipe—the flavor will be much more intense.
This easy vegetarian curry recipe is an excellent way to use your bounty of eggplant, summer squash, or whatever veggies your cabinet contains.
This salad features all the best textures: crisp, fresh broccoli; chewy, sticky dates; and crunchy roasted pistachios. The ras-el-hanout, a Moroccan seasoning blend featuring aromatic and mild spices, adds a zesty depth to the bright, citrusy dressing, which permeates into the broccoli as it lingers in there.
Not quite familiar with ras-el-hanout? Garam masala, baharat, or curry powder will do just fine. If you’re a meal prepper, this is your perfect make-ahead salad—it gets better with a bit of time.
Many vegan cream gravies are derived from blended nuts or steamed cauliflower, but not this sauce! This one is made of beans and pasta—no soaking or blending necessary. The beans must be adequately hydrated: Once you start cooking, make sure there’s plenty of water in the pot and don’t let it evaporate.
There are numberless variations of arepas all over South America. Still, whether you fill them with: cheese, chicken, or pork, the dough is the same: with arepa flour.
Tofu and mushroom, anyone? This recipe is guaranteed to hit the spot. Choose your mushrooms wisely: Crimini and the white button are not as crispy as oyster or maitakes.
Enough with having to give complimentary massages to stubbornly tricky greens. A quick char in a hot skillet softens the rough edge of kale and balances its flavor in this recipe.
When cooked in oil, coarsely ground peppercorns become piquant and fragrant enough to flavor the sauce; no red pepper flakes, dried chiles, or hot sauce required. Be sure not to burn the peppercorns as you cook them, or the flavor could go from spicy to bitter.
If you thought collards were only for braising, think again! This rich and spicy collard salad is sure to satisfy with thinly sliced and tossed with a sweet and tangy dressing.
This hot-and-sour soup was inspired by this nontraditional springtime version. Miso’s thick enough body guarantees you won’t need cornstarch to thicken it. You can use tofu or thinly sliced yuba instead of egg to conjure that same silky effect.
The savory oil leftover from toasting carrots becomes a classic dressing with anchovies, pomegranate juice, and red wine vinegar blended into the recipe.
Yes, this creamy, natural, silky-rich soup is vegan. Mixing some of the mushrooms along with cashews adds a consistency that doesn’t compromise on flavor.
Once you get a bite of these greens, it’s impossible to stop eating them. The combination of coconut milk, hot chile, and spices produce a comprehensive range of sour, sweet, and tingling flavors.
If you have a bowl of Chile Crisp on hand, you can make this easy trendy salad in less than 10 minutes.
What’s for breakfast? Savory chickpea flour pancakes, also known as socca! This delicious breakfast recipe requires just four ingredients (including water).
This Rice Noodles recipe combines the bursting tomatoes that make their own sauce and chili oil that help bring out the typical Italian flavor.
Ben stew is delicious when done right. It isn’t often vegan people eat an entire bowl of something without suspecting that it was vegan. Prepare to feel guilty for making and eating something that tasty.
Finding good, healthy vegan dinner recipes shouldn’t feel like hiking the South African Drakensburg Traverse or finding a decent show to binge on Netflix. It’s not always an easy achievement, so when we finally find a vegan dinner we like, we tend to repeat it until we get tired of it. Well, not anymore! You’ve got recipes for days now.