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1. Youtiao (Chinese Doughnut Stick)

Vegan Youtiao (Chinese Doughnut Stick)

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An incredibly popular street food and a daily breakfast staple in China and Southeast Asia. This gluten free Youtiao (Chinese Doughnut Stick) by Daphne Goh is savoury, crispy on the outside, soft and spongy inside.

2. Puttanesca

Vegan Puttanesca

Source: Puttanesca

Puttanesca is a classic Italian pasta dish invented in Naples in the mid-20th century and made typically with tomatoes, olive oil, olives, capers, anchovies, and garlic. In this vegan version of Puttanesca by Jamie Raftery, the addition of a seaweed seasoning for the taste-of-the-sea effect.


3. Mole Poblano

Vegan Mole Poblano

Source: Mole Poblano

In what’s commonly revered as the national dish of Mexico, this Mole Poblano by Mitch and Justine Chapman combines ingredients like chiles, nuts, spices, and a touch of chocolate to create an intricate sauce. You need to taste it to understand!


4. Pumpkin Pancakes

Vegan Pumpkin Pancakes

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These easy Pumpkin Pancakes by Dominique Ebra are the ultimate weekend brunch in the fall time. The pumpkin puree, autumnal spices, and vanilla and maple syrup add that nostalgic fall flavor to the fluffy, thick batter. Serve these delicious pumpkin pancakes or pumpkin waffles with a few of your favorite toppings for the perfect sweet start to your day.


5. Roasted Tomato Pizza Sauce

Vegan Roasted Tomato Pizza Sauce

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While many varieties of vegan pizza sauce can be easily bought off the supermarket shelves, the satisfaction of making your own version at home is unbeatable! Try out this Roasted Tomato Pizza Sauce by Namrata Edward Kshitij!

6. Crispy French Fries

Vegan Fries

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Incredibly crispy, tasty baked french fries can be made without frying! However, getting crispy french fries from the oven takes a little bit more than coating the fries with a bit of oil. These Crispy French Fries by Mireille Aikman are baked in the oven with cornstarch, steam, and oil. A great side dish. Seasoned with French Fry seasoning.

7. Baked Hash Browns

Vegan Baked Hash Browns

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These Baked Hash Browns by Alenoosh Matakupan are crispy potato goodness. Enjoy your favorite breakfast potato the healthy way buy baking these hash browns instead of frying them! The potato is mixed with carrots for added nutrition.


8. Tempeh Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, and Avocado Grilled Cheese

Vegan Tempeh Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, and Avocado Grilled Cheese

Source: Tempeh Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato, and Avocado Grilled Cheese by Zsu Dever

There’s no denying that a vegan grilled cheese sandwich tastes good, but this BLTA (that’s bacon, lettuce, tomato, and avocado!) grilled cheese takes it to the next level. Smoky tempeh bacon, creamy smashed avocado, crisp lettuce, tomato, and melty vegan Swiss cheese are sandwiched between two crispy, buttery slices of grilled bread. Pair with your favorite tomato soup for the ultimate comfort food meal.

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