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1. Vegetable Taquitos
Source: Vegetable Taquitos
These Vegetable Taquitos by Michaela Vais make a delicious lunch or dinner and they’re packed with veggies!
2. Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos
Source: Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos
If you love the flavors of Jamaican Jerk, then you’ll surely love these delicious Jamaican Jerk Walnut Tacos by Shanika Graham-White, made with a flavorful walnut mixture, homemade jerk seasoning, roasted veggies, pineapple chunks, and an easy lime sauce. These little tacos have so much flavor and is a great meatless alternative for lunch or dinner.
3. Crispy Tofu Katsu
Source: Crispy Tofu Katsu
Vegan tofu katsu is the perfect accessory to stir-fry noodles, on top of a fluffy bed of rice, or shared with a light soup. This Crispy Tofu Katsu by Barbara Zackey can be air-fried, baked in the oven, or seared on a skillet – whatever way you choose, this may become your favorite way of enjoying tofu.
4. Nori Seaweed Rolls With Vegetables and Sprouts
Source: Nori Seaweed Rolls With Vegetables and Sprouts
These Nori Seaweed Rolls With Vegetables and Sprouts by Simona Malerba are easy to assemble and quite healthy seaweed vegetable rolls!
5. Birria Ramen
So urce: Birria Ramen
Birria ramen takes two incredible dishes (birria and ramen) and fuses them together to create something wonderful. The end result of this Birria Ramen by Mitch and Justine Chapman is a spicy, savoury broth filled with noodles and loaded with flavorful garnishes. Try a plant-based version made with shiitake mushrooms and prepare to be shocked!
6. Without-a-Wok Jackfruit Lo Mein
Source: Without-a-Wok Jackfruit Lo Mein
Lo mein means “tossed noodles.” It’s a traditional Chinese dish of noodles tossed with meat, vegetables and brown sauce. I used to love ordering it whenever we went out for Chinese food. In this plant-based version, shredded jackfruit is the meat and the vegetables are mushrooms, carrots and bok choy, but they are definitely swappable with your favorites. Use any noodles you like. I like thick Chinese noodles like yakisoba, but thin noodles, rice noodles, ramen noodles and even spaghetti all work great. And, you don’t need a wok to make this Without-a-Wok Jackfruit Lo Mein by Lisa Dawn Angerame. A wide shallow pan works just fine. Reprinted with permission from The Vegan ABCs Cookbook by Lisa Dawn Angerame, Page Street Publishing Co. 2021. Photo credit: Alexandra Shytsman
7. Pink Pancakes
Source: Pink Pancakes
These Pink Pancakes by Clara MacLeod will definitely stand out on your breakfast table! And the best part is that these are made naturally pink by using beetroot powder!
8. Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette
Source: Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette
Served as a meal or side dish, this Green Pea Fusilli Salad with Orange Citrus Vinaigrette by Julie Zimmer is refreshing and flavorful. It’s a salad that will fill you up, but in a light kind way. It’s also easy to make. Packed with vitamins, fibre and minerals, the green pea fusilli in this dish will also give you good quality plant protein.
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Lead Image: Vegetable Taquitos by Michaela Vais