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1. Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry
Source: Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry
This Butternut Squash and Chickpea Curry by Robin Browne comforting and protein-packed recipe to enjoy all winter long.
2. Yakisoba (Japanese Stir-fried Noodles)
Source: Yakisoba (Japanese Stir-fried Noodles)
Yakisoba is a delicious Japanese stir-fried noodle dish usually served on a plate as a main or side dish. This Yakisoba (Japanese Stir-fried Noodles) by S.C. Chuang is made with bouncy noodles, colorful vegetables, and protein. For this recipe, I use seitan( wheat gluten ) as my protein choice, paired with green & red bell pepper, cabbage, carrot, and wheat noodles, then finish off with an amazingly sweet, tangy, and savory yakisoba stir-fry sauce.
3. Lentil Quinoa Loaf
Source: Lentil Quinoa Loaf
When it comes to making meals for a family or even for one person, batch cooking can save so much time. This Lentil Quinoa Loaf by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler makes a large portion so you can refrigerate or freeze half of the meal to have on hand on busy days. Just pop it in the oven or a pan heat up and enjoy!
4. Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Irish Cake Recipe
Source: Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Irish Cake Recipe
I use a lot of fatty ingredients in this vegan cake, and I make no excuse for that. After all, it’s for St. Patrick’s Day! You may however replace some or all of the vegan margarine with apple sauce, but I have not tested this method myself, so I cannot guarantee that it will work the same. But go ahead and give yourself an excuse to eat this deliciously sweet cake for the day! Try out this Perfect St. Patrick’s Day Irish Cake Recipe by Clémence Moulaert!
5. German Pot Roast
Source: German Pot Roast
Pot roast used to be a regular guest on the dinner table when I was growing up. I vividly remember my mum preparing the roast in the morning and it sizzling away in the oven for a couple of hours before it was served with potatoes and veg. This vegan version of a German-style pot roast is loaded with umami flavor and gives home-cooked comfort food a whole new meaning. This German Pot Roast by Romy London has a soft and succulent texture and is slow roasted in the oven, giving it the ultimate depth of satisfying flavors. To prepare this recipe ahead of time, stop after the flour washing process and rest your dough ball in a colander in the fridge. You can hold it there for up to 3 days before incorporating the seasoning and roasting this bad boy. Reprinted with permission from The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Roasts by Romy London, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Romina Callwtiz
6. Brown Rice and Lentil Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Source: Brown Rice and Lentil Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
These Brown Rice and Lentil Stuffed Cabbage Rolls by Kathryn Pfeffer-Scanlan are mixed with green lentils and brown rice as a healthy, plant-based meat substitute to corned beef. Topping them with vitamin C-rich tomato sauce also makes it an even better source of iron!
7. Berry Breakfast Muffins
Source: Berry Breakfast Muffins
These Berry Breakfast Muffins by Hayley Canning are simple, wholesome, and satisfying. Made with blueberries, raspberries and blackberries, oats, and zero refined sugar.
8. Easy Peanut Butter Cookies
Source: Easy Peanut Butter Cookies
When you see how easy and delicious these cookies are, they will become your favorites. These Easy Peanut Butter Cookies by Yana Chistyakova are ready in 20 minutes and you can serve them at breakfast or as a delicious snack.
9. Old Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies
Source: Old Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies
TheseOld Fashioned Iced Oatmeal Cookies by Sarah Ottino are made with simple ingredients you may already have in your kitchen, and are fast to whip up. There’s no chilling involved, and they bake in just minutes.
This Khichari by Heidrun Kubart is a delicious and very digestible Indian one-pot meal that mainly consists of rice, vegetables, and lentils. This protein-rich Ayurveda recipe is easy to prepare and also very healthy.
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