Our Muslim brothers and sisters just finished the holy month of Ramadan and are all ready to celebrate Eid! Eid – the Festival of Fast-Breaking is on June 15th this year, so we went ahead and found some amazing plant-based versions of traditional Eid classics from the Food Monster App for you to celebrate!
This High-Protein Beet Biryani With Basmati Rice is satisfying and so delicious! Make a big batch and share with friends and family! The dish contains chunks of textured vegetable protein on a bed of Basmati rice seasoned with red chili powder, turmeric, mint, and ginger-garlic paste.
Look at how beautiful this Cauliflower Rice Biryani looks! If you aren’t a fan of rice or need a grain-free alternative, this recipe is for you! Riced cauliflower is cooked with warm spices, carrots, and peas until tender, fragrant, and flavorful.
This Super Simple Potato Curry is very affordable and makes a whole lot to share! It takes about 5 minutes to prepare this dish and then you just have to wait 20 minutes for it all to get hot and the potatoes to get soft.
4. Easy Cauliflower and Kale Korma
This Easy Cauliflower and Kale Korma is hearty and packed full of nutritious vegetables. This one is slightly milder than the traditional version so it’s good for those who don’t do well with the spicy stuff.
This Tofu Coconut Korma is spicy, hearty, and (thanks to the tofu) packed with protein! This recipe keeps the essence of korma – plenty of fresh spices and seasoning, tomato purée, thick texture – and replaces the milk with coconut milk!
This Vegetable Korma With Cashew Sauce is just making us want to dive right in! This is a very simple curry recipe that anyone could make — when it’s ready, simple plate it with a serving of brown rice and flatbread.
This Eggplant Kebab With Tahini Sauce is seasoned with za’atar and served with crunchy salad, creamy tahini, and a drizzle of tahini on top. You can bake the eggplant in the oven, or put it on the grill – just until it’s mushy inside and crispy on the outside.
This 15-Minute Harissa Eggplant Kebabs With Cucumber Mint Relish is a sight to see! Super quick, super colorful, super flavorful, and so delicious!
This Sooji Halwa: Indian Semolina Dessert is so delicious! Plus, it should be done in about 30 minutes! Easy, delicious, and healthier than the traditional version!
This Naturally Sweet Carrot Halwa only has five ingredients and has no added processed sugar! It’s flavored with cardamom and made creamy using coconut milk — and, if you can, use fresh coconut milk.
These Oven-Baked Vegetable Samosas are so fluffy and delicious! Stuffed with potatoes, cauliflowers, carrots, and green beans spiced with classic Indian spices, they are full of flavor, but not too spicy.
These Potato and Pea Samosa Patties With Herbed Yogurt Sauce are fancy and very impressive! They are simply the samosa filling naked—happily caught without its fried triangular-shaped pastry.
You just have to try this vibrant Butter Cauliflower Stew With Roasted Garlic Naan! Red lentils give this stew a boost of protein and make it even more filling.
This Quinoa Tabbouleh With Lemon Garlic Dressing is such a refreshing way to break up your meal! It’s got super ripe mini cherry tomatoes, diced cucumbers for crunch, and aromatic chopped parsley, mint, and green onions.
This colorful Veggie Tabbouleh With Barley is another option if you aren’t a fan of bulgar! This version has less than 10 ingredients for a super simple dish with tons of flavor!
This Roasted Eggplant Dip is loaded with sumac and lemon! It is refreshing, delicious, and so flavorful!
17. Homemade Roasted Garlic Baba Ganoush
This Homemade Roasted Garlic Baba Ganoush is a little less lemony and a whole lot more garliky! Impress your family and friends with this creamy, garlicky, and downright DELICIOUS homemade baba ganoush!
This Eggplant Slices With Tahini Cumin Sauce recipe would make a great side or main dish! The sauce is loaded with parsley, tahini, and spices!
These No-Bake Baklava Bars are super simple and flaky! These paleo vegan baklava bars are packed full of sweet nutty flavor and healthy fats.
This Easy Baklava is another simple baklava recipe for you to try! Instead of the honey and butter, this easy recipe uses macadamia oil and a richly sweet syrup made from coconuts.
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Lead image source: Cauliflower Rice Biryani