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1. Crispy Orange Sesame Brussels Sprouts and Rice

Vegan Crispy Orange Sesame Brussels Sprouts and Rice

Source: Crispy Orange Sesame Brussels Sprouts and Rice

This takeout-inspired dish is seriously delectable. A great alternative to orange chicken, these sprouts are perfectly crispy without being fried, and this sauce is so good I would name a child after it, or at least a dog or mouse or something. So, the next time you’re tempted to click on that delivery app, try this Crispy Orange Sesame Brussels Sprouts and Rice by Lauren Boehme instead. You will be happy you did.   Credit: Reprinted with permission from Delicious AF Vegan by Lauren Boehme. Page Street Publishing Co. 2023. Photo credit: Lauren Boehme and Julie Grace.

2. Freekeh-Medjool Date Salad with Preserved Lemon Dressing

Vegan Freekeh-Medjool Date Salad with Preserved Lemon Dressing

Source: Freekeh-Medjool Date Salad with Preserved Lemon Dressing

This Freekeh-Medjool Date Salad with Preserved Lemon Dressing by Noha Elbadry-Cloud combines everything amazing about Middle Eastern and vegan cooking, and it is as far away from boring as it’s possible to get. It combines freekeh/freek, a whole grain made from unripe durum wheat, with perfectly roasted cauliflower, peppery arugula and a sweet and intensely savory date and sun-dried tomato salsa. The salad is drizzled with a chia seed–preserved lemon dressing that’s equal parts sour, salty and crunchy. The recipe uses North African, Levantine and Arabian Peninsula ingredients here to show how homogeneous various Middle Eastern cuisines can be, and this salad has become a mainstay in my household ever since.   Credit: Reprinted with permission from The Vegan Middle Eastern Cookbook by Noha Elbadry – Cloud. Page Street Publishing Co. 2023. Photo credit: Noha Elbadry – Cloud.

3. Spicy Power Bowl with Miso-Lemon Dressing

Vegan Spicy Power Bowl with Miso-Lemon Dressing

Source: Spicy Power Bowl with Miso-Lemon Dressing

Spicy Power Bowl at its best. This Spicy Power Bowl with Miso-Lemon Dressing by Teri Macovei is a good looking and nutritious bowl of food. The lemon-miso dressing complements the umami and sweet flavours of the veggies and brings it to the next level of tasty and satisfying.

4. Lentil-Walnut Bolognese

Vegan Lentil-Walnut Bolognese

Source: Lentil-Walnut Bolognese

This Lentil-Walnut Bolognese by Jeunesse Pouchet is super nutritious and delicious! The Lentils and walnuts pack in lots of protein and omega-3, and are a healthy replacement. It’s bursting with flavor from spices like geera (cumin), roasted garlic tomato sauce, and seasonings.

5. Asian Rainbow Salad

Vegan Asian Rainbow Salad

Source: Asian Rainbow Salad

This Asian Rainbow Salad by Lena Novak is a colorful and refreshing blend of veggies with flavorful citrus dressing. It is perfect for hot summer season; however, you can enjoy it anytime of the year.

6. Light and Fresh Vegan Split Pea Soup                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Vegan Light and Fresh Vegan Split Pea Soup

Source: Light and Fresh Vegan Split Pea Soup

Super filling, healthy, easy, and delicious! This Light and Fresh Vegan Split Pea Soup by Maria Koutsogiannis is so comforting and cozy. It is perfect if you’re on a budget, if you want to meal prep for the week, want to put together a healthy meal but have limited ingredients on hand, the list goes on.

7. Banana Oat Cranberry Bread

Vegan Banana Oat Cranberry Bread

Source: Banana Oat Cranberry Bread

This easy-to-make Banana Oat Cranberry Bread by Julie Zimmer is plant-based, moist, and delicious. It’s low in sugar and made with ground rolled oats (oat flour), ripe soft bananas, fresh frozen cranberries, and almond milk. When blended and cooked together, these ingredients create their own natural sweetness. This loaf is great to have at breakfast time, as a mid-day snack or for dessert. A slice before working out will also give you a boost.

8. Cranberry Almond Popcorn Bars

Vegan Cranberry Almond Popcorn Bars

Source: Cranberry Almond Popcorn Bars

This Cranberry Almond Popcorn Bars by Azucena Noriega is perfect for any gathering!

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