Ginger is a delicious, healthy spice that only makes cooking better. It’s versatile and can be used in countless dishes, even baking! It’s also incredibly healthy, known to fight flu, colds, help digestion, and fight inflammation. Here are 15 soothing and delicious vegan recipes from our Food Monster App for you to enjoy!
1. Pumpkin Ginger Chickpea Soup
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Maja Brekalo‘s Pumpkin Ginger Chickpea Soup is creamy and has the perfect combination of spicy and sweet. The deep orange color makes for a beautiful presentation and the aromas will have your mouth watering before it even makes it to the table! Enjoy this with a big piece of gluten-free bread or a baked potato for a filling, easy meal!
2. Crispy Lemon Ginger Tofu With Broccoli
Dana Sandonato‘s Crispy Lemon Ginger Tofu With Broccoli recipe is an elegant take on a stir-fry with a sauce that will blow your mind. The tofu is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside while the al dente broccoli shoots are tender and savory. Then both of these are tossed in a sticky lemon and ginger sauce that is bursting sweet floral flavors and fiery spices.
3. Sweet Potato Soup With Ginger
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Gabriele Lupu‘s creamy Sweet Potato Soup is a delicious and warm meal! The smell of ginger will brighten up your day, and the wonderful flavors of sweet potato and nutmeg will taste like a fall dream.
4. Red Lentil and Mushroom Soup with Garlic and Ginger
Jenny Marie‘s Red Lentil and Mushroom Soup is a relaxing and cozy dish for chillier days! The ginger gives it a lovely ‘spicy’ kick, and there’s a great peppery lentil taste. Blend the whole lot up into a very comforting thick and creamy soup! It’s super easy and comes together in no time at all, which will make it your go-to sick day recipe.
5. Warm Ginger Turmeric Milk
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Caroline Doucet‘s Warm Ginger Turmeric Milk is the perfect comforting drink during long winter months, especially when you’re feeling under the weather. It’s packed with ginger, turmeric and hemp seeds for a boost of nutrients and healthy fats. Blend with warm water and one date to get a naturally sweetened, frothy milk. This recipe is so simple, yet so comforting on a cold day!
6. Ginger Carrot Daikon Kimchi
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Kimchi is a Korean side dish made by fermenting cabbage a variety of vegetables in spicy seasoning. You can find it at Korean restaurants, in grocery stores, or you can make your own! Jessica Meyers Altman‘s homemade Ginger Carrot Daikon Kimchi is made from shredded cabbage, daikon radish or beets, and shredded carrots. It’s crisp, spicy, and easy to make. Enjoy it on salads and burgers and anything you think could use a spicy kick.
7. Curried Split Pea Soup with Root Veggies and Ginger
8. Carrot and Radish Salad with Lime Ginger Dressing
Melissa Tedesco‘s Carrot and Radish Salad with Lime Ginger Dressing is ready in no time. The colors are so vibrant and lovely that they speak for themselves. The veggies have such a great crispness to them.
9. Ginger Citrus Tofu Salad With Buckwheat Soba Noodles
Selva Wohlgemuth‘s Ginger Citrus Tofu Salad With Buckwheat Soba Noodles is a calcium-rich, Asian inspired salad, great for lunch, dinner, or even as a snack. Each serving offers 31% of your daily recommended calcium, and is full of great plant protein, fiber, and a host of vitamins and minerals.
10. Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic
Robin Runner‘s Flu Fighter Immunity-Boosting Lemon Ginger Turmeric Tonic was made in hopes to give an extra immunity boost. Knock on wood, it’s working! Heads up; this tonic is strong. Be prepared, but it’s packed with vital nutrients and vitamins to keep your immunity in tip-top shape. Pair that up with washing your hands every second you get, and hopefully, we all survive this winter.
11. Lemon-Ginger Farro Salad With Pomegranate and Pistachios
Jackie Newgent‘s Lemon-Ginger Farro Salad is filling, seasonal, and so fresh tasting! It has healthy fats and protein from the pistachios that will keep you going for a while. It also has fresh mint and lemon juice that keeps it tasting light and fresh!
12. Comforting Miso and Ginger Soup
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Rita Marie‘s Miso and Ginger Soup is just what you need after a long day out in the cold. Or even if you’re in warmer climates, it’s still awesome to have just because it’s comfort in a bowl! The savory, yet spicy combo of the ginger with miso in a flavorful broth is enticing and hits all the right spots.
13. Yogi Bowl With Ginger Miso Tahini Dressing
Ayurveda explains that certain foods affect the qualities of the mind in different ways. Claire Ragozzino‘s Yogi Bowl With Ginger Miso Tahini Dressing recipe uses a balance of the six tastes – sweet, sour, salty, pungent, astringent and bitter – to create a simple and satiating meal, body and mind.
14. Crispy Agave-Ginger Tofu Wings
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If you decide to try these Agave-Ginger Tofu Wings by Dawn Hutchins from Florida Coastal Cooking & Wellness, you won’t be disappointed. The pressed tofu soaks up the marinade making it crispy on the outside and tender and flavorful inside.
15. Sticky Grilled Ginger and Miso Eggplant
Emily Wilkinson‘s Sticky Grilled Ginger and Miso Eggplant has sweetness and saltiness from the miso and mirin, freshness from the herbs, and a little heat from the ginger, black pepper, and chili. With a nice sharp side of pickled cucumber or ginger, this simple dish really sings.
We hope you enjoy these yummy recipes! For more deliciousness, download our Food Monster App where we have over 15,000 vegan and allergy-friendly recipes. You’ll never go hungry or wonder what to eat.
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