Tomato soup is the ultimate comfort food (especially when paired with a vegan grilled cheese!) Plus, it’s so easy make to vegan! Just add a dairy-free cream or skip the cream altogether for a delicious, healthy, and vegan tomato soup. If you’re in the mood for something a bit heartier, try out a vegan tomato stew or curry! The same delicious, but with a little extra umph. These vegan tomato soup, stew, and curry recipes will blow your mind. They are full of flavor and will keep you cozy all winter long!
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Check out these 15 vegan tomato soup, stew, and curry recipes! They’re absolutely incredible!
1. Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup
This Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Soup by Kristina Jug & Mitja Bezenšek includes homemade roasted red peppers, tomatoes, and quinoa. It makes an amazingly warm dinner and is also vegan and gluten-free!
2. Tomato Okra Stew
Source: Tomato Okra Stew
This is a heart-warming Greek Tomato Okra Stew by Andri Neocleous made up of velvety okra (also known as ladies’ fingers) in a rich tomato sauce. It goes great with some bulgur wheat or roast potatoes, a big dollop of thick vegan Greek yogurt along with a thick slice of crusty white bread to mop up all the sauce!
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3. Coconut Tomato Curry
Source: Coconut Tomato Curry
4. Red Lentil and Tomato Soup
Source: Red Lentil and Tomato Soup
5. Vegan Chickpea Curry with Tomatoes
This 8-ingredient Vegan Chickpea Curry with Tomatoes by Nele Liivlaid is the ultimate 30-minute comfort food that will keep you satisfied. Besides being quick and easy to prepare, it is also gluten-free and dairy-free, making it a great recipe for those with dietary restrictions. This chickpea curry is full of flavor, creamy and most importantly, so comforting. The perfect lunch or dinner on a dreary day! Moreover, it makes your life so much easier if you’re into batch cooking as it keeps well in fridge or stored in portions in freezer.
6. Slow Cooker Vegetable Stew and Dumplings
This is a slow cooker recipe that you will quickly fall in love with. The Slow Cooker Vegetable Stew and Dumplings by Emma Blake is filled with healthy veggies and bursting with flavors, and the dumplings are absolutely amazing mixed in!
7. Light Tomato Soup
Source: Light Tomato Soup
8. Eggplant Tomato Curry
Source: Eggplant Tomato Curry
This is the tastiest eggplant curry you will ever have. It’s filling and comforting, yet it is not heavy. The use of spices is done in a harmonious manner, so that they are neither overwhelming nor too subtle. Serve this Eggplant Tomato Curry by Sara Oliveira with basmati rice and bread or, if you are grain-free, serve with cauliflower rice.
9. Tomato and Potato Stew
Source: Tomato and Potato Stew
This hearty Tomato and Potato Stew by Stefani Weiss is loaded with veggies and extremely nutritious; moreover, it is simple to prepare and easy to digest. It is unbelievable how delicious this dish tastes. If you love tomatoes and comfort food, this recipe is definitely for you.
10. Black Bean Tomato Soup
Source: Black Bean Tomato Soup
This simple vegetarian Black Bean Tomato Soup by Rebecca Blackwell packs a serious amount of flavor. Tomatoes and black beans are simmered in a wine and vegetable broth, flavored with onions, garlic, jalapeño, cumin, oregano, lime, and cilantro. Start to finish, this fresh tasting soup will be on the table in well under 30 minutes, making it a super quick, healthy meal that you’ll find yourself coming back to over and over again.
11. Kakarakaya Tomato Kura: Bitter Melon Tomato Curry
Like its name says, bitter melon has a naturally bitter taste. But slicing it, salting it, and letting it sit in the refrigerator overnight draws out all the bitter taste and you are left with a warm, spicy, and savory curry. This Kakarakaya Tomato Kura: Bitter Melon Tomato Curry by Pavani Nandula is easy to make on any day of the week and should be served with a side of rice.
12. African Peanut Stew
Source: African Peanut Stew
You may have never thought about adding peanut butter to your stew, but you should with this dish. This African Peanut Stew by Molly Patrick is full of flavor with various spices and healthy veggies to keep you warm and full.
13. Beefless Vegetable Soup
Source: Beefless Vegetable Soup
A spin on the classic beef and vegetable, this Beefless Vegetable Soup by Robin Runner is made with a vegan beefless crumble. It’s protein-packed and is the perfect way to clean out your veggie bin. This recipe is super flexible so go with the flow. Taste and adjust the seasoning and enjoy. This soup also freezes beautifully.
14. Creamy Lentil Tomato Soup
Source: Creamy Lentil Tomato Soup
This Creamy Lentil Tomato Soup by Tara Sunshine is a wonderfully creamy, flavorful and nourishing vegan soup made with red lentils, tomatoes, coconut milk, ginger, turmeric, and other Indian spices. Lentils have a slightly nutty, earthy flavor and are rich in protein as well as soluble and insoluble fibre. They are a great source of essential minerals including magnesium, folate and iron. Studies suggest that lentil consumption can help to stabilize blood sugar, reduce cholesterol levels, and improve digestive and possibly even cardiovascular health. Try making this lentil tomato soup to get all of these amazing benefits and more!
15. Roasted Tomato and Chickpeas Stew
This Roasted Tomato and Chickpeas Stew by Valentina Goltara is simplicity at best. In this recipe, fresh-cooked chickpeas are sit in a savory fire-roasted tomato broth. There are few spices at work here, simply because the tomatoes alone provide a rich flavor. This stew should be served with a side of crusty sourdough bread, so you don’t miss a drop!
If you loved these vegan tomato soup, curry, and stew recipes, make sure to check out 15 High-Protein Lentil Soups to Make this Chilly Season!, 15 Warm and Cozy Soups and Stews to Kick Off Christmas Dinner, and 20 Soups And Stews For Your Thanksgiving Table!
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