Protein is the word on everyone’s lips when it comes to vegan nutrition! It’s an important building block for the human body and everyone needs it. We are here to help you discover the power of plant-based protein through these simply amazing recipes. We went through the Food Monster App and found 10 of our favorite high-protein vegan recipes from May 2019!
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1. Tofu Pad See Ew
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Thai comfort food at its finest, this dish is hearty, sticky and oh-so-delicious. Use the widest rice noodles you can find; the bigger the better. You’ll totally love this Tofu Pad See Ew from 30-Minute Vegan Dinners by Megan Sadd!
2. Caesar Salad With Chickpea Croutons
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If there is a salad in this whole world that can change your life, this Caesar Salad With Chickpea Croutons from Amarilis Moldes is the one! Quick to make, delicious and super healthy, the dressing and the chickpea croutons are undoubtedly the key!
3. Tofu Banh Mi
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Check out this Tofu Banh Mi from Vegan Punks! If you punks haven’t heard of (or tried) banh mi yet, you’re missing out. It’s a classic Vietnamese dish, generally consisting of a baguette (a.k.a. banh mi) filled with a mix of meats and vegetables – of course, there’s no meat in sight with our tofu banh mi!
4. Deconstructed Sushi Bowl With Spicy Sriracha Dressing
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This Deconstructed Sushi Bowl With Spicy Sriracha Dressing from Plant Power Bowls by Sapana Chandra is made from all the ingredients commonly used to make plant-based sushi, but it doesn’t require any nori-rolling skills. It contains fresh mango for a delicate, sweet flavor; cucumber, carrots, and cabbage for crunch; avocado for creamy, healthy fat; and a spicy dressing for balanced heat. If you’d like to incorporate even more vegetables, replace the white or brown rice with cauliflower rice!
5. Tofu Makhani
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Makhani translates to ‘with butter’ – it’s a pretty creamy dish, and is also very similar to the British equivalent, tikka masala. If you liked any of those non-vegan dishes, you’ll be sure to like this vegan Tofu Makhani from Vegan Punks!
6. Healthy Breakfast Wraps
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These Healthy Breakfast Wraps from Andri Neocleous are perfect for weekend breakfast as they’re high in protein and they pack a punch of flavor too! You can be as experimental as you want with the fillings, some smashed avocado would go perfectly!
7. Scrambled “Eggs”
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You can prepare many different dishes with tofu and get spectacular results. In this case, tofu is used to make delicious Scrambled “Eggs” from Amarilis Moldes! Super easy to make, it will only take you about 10 minutes to prepare a different and delicious dish!
8. Chocolate Tahini Protein Fudge
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9. Avocado Tofu Chocolate Mousse
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What’s not to love about a healthy dessert made with plant-based vegan goodness like this tasty Avocado Tofu Chocolate Mousse from Diane Smith? It’s great for a snack or it’s elegant for dinner guests and so easy to put together. You’ll be out of the kitchen in a flash.
10. Tikka Masala Tacos
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Tacos are life and Indian food rules. Put the two together and you’ve got spicy, creamy, magical Tikka Masala Tacos from 30-Minute Vegan Dinners by Megan Sadd. Use corn tortillas for a deliciously messy street taco experience. Swap the tortillas for heartier flatbread to make a sturdier wrap!
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