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1. Pasta alla Norma – Eggplant Tomato Pasta

Vegan Pasta alla Norma – Eggplant Tomato Pasta

Source: Pasta alla Norma – Eggplant Tomato Pasta

In this Pasta alla Norma – Eggplant Tomato Pasta by Kristen Genton, eggplant adds a really rich flavor to sauces and the red pepper flake adds a really subtle heat that complements it all perfectly.

2. Greek Salad

Vegan Greek Salad

Source: Greek Salad

This Greek Salad by Bila is a simple, yet delicious salad to enjoy for your next meal. It makes a great side dish to something a bit heartier or a light meal for days when you’re not super hungry.


3. Tofu Chick’n Nuggets

Vegan Tofu Chick’n Nuggets

Source: Tofu Chick’n Nuggets

Crispy, extremely flavorful, vegan chicken nuggets made from tofu. This Tofu Chick’n Nuggets by Taavi Moore is layered with flavor and crunch. The trick to an ultra flavorful tofu nugget? Marinate that soybean block overnight.


4. Beet and Farro Salad

Vegan Beet and Farro Salad

Source: Beet and Farro Salad

This Beet and Farro Salad by Annie Kimmelman is vibrant, nutritious, and features delicious winter flavors such as pomegranate, walnuts, and of course beets and farro grains over a bed of arugula and baby kale. The dressing is made up of cashew butter, beet powder, and a squeeze of lemon.


5. Root Vegetable Chowder

Vegan Root Vegetable Chowder

Source: Root Vegetable Chowder

This Root Vegetable Chowder by Annie Kimmelman is hearty and warm. The recipe uses turnips rather than potatoes, which give you the same creamy texture. The chowder features delicious flavors including sage, thyme, and vegan bacon made from rice paper.

6. Whole Roasted Celeriac With Herbs, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt

Vegan Whole Roasted Celeriac With Herbs, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt

Source: Whole Roasted Celeriac With Herbs, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt

This Whole Roasted Celeriac With Herbs, Olive Oil, and Sea Salt by Ida Hemmingsson-Holl is a worthy centerpiece for any dinner table! It’s perfectly partnered with rich risotto, creamy mushrooms, sautéed greens, or a cashew sauce. The possibilities are endless!

7. Crispy Buffalo Tofu Bites

Vegan Crispy Buffalo Tofu Bites

Source: Crispy Buffalo Tofu Bites

These Crispy Buffalo Tofu Bites by Dana Sandonato will have even the most snobbish chicken wing connoisseur switching to a plant-based diet – they are that good. The crispy exterior offers the texture of that fried goodness you expect in a chicken wing, and the tofu delivers on the tenderness you expect from perfectly cooked chicken. If you love wings, this dish will provide you with a healthier alternative, plus, it’s to die for.


8. Homemade Lentil Pasta

Vegan Homemade Lentil Pasta

Source: Homemade Lentil Pasta

Homemade grain-free pasta is no longer just a dream — it’s a reality. This Homemade Lentil Pasta by Simona Malerba is amazingly easy to make and the results are unparalleled. It’s high-protein, high-fiber, and so filling, you need only a small plate in order to be satisfied. It has a hearty texture that pairs perfectly with the creamy, yet refreshing spinach pesto.

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