Making a variety of vegetarian food is not difficult. Although only relying on plant-based ingredients, delicious and practical vegetarian food can be created. Try some of these easy healthy vegan recipes that can be used as a menu for you.
1. Chimichurri Cauliflower Steaks
You should love the knife and fork dishes that feature vegetables! I tell you, this type of food can turn even the biggest carnivores into vegetarian fans. This delicious cauliflower steak recipe is a vegan dinner alternative that even loyal meat eaters will like.
2. Vegan Butternut Squash Mashed Potatoes
This vegan butternut squash gets a little extra sweetness from the drizzle of maple syrup. Bake and eat plain, or blitz into a smooth and soft puree. This Butternut squash mashed potatoes are perfect for a classic vacation. Butternut squash adds sweetness and beautiful color to mashed potatoes! We may all have seen thousands of mashed potato recipes, so what can we do to add a little fun to the dish? Mix potatoes with butternut squash!
3. Cucumber-Melon Soup
This one-pot gazpacho combines cold cucumbers with sweet honey for total vegans. Really delicious soup. This Melon Cucumber Soup is a wonderful refreshing treat on these beautiful summer days. Melon is the main sweet taste and abundant fresh cucumbers. So simple and fast to make, just a little cutting, and combining almost instant gratification! Buttermilk (or yogurt) adds good wealth, but it still tastes very delicious without it.
4. Mushroom-Quinoa Burger
We promise it’s not like sad and frozen vegetarian bread. This delicious black bean and quinoa vegetable burger is a healthy, satisfying homemade alternative to store-bought vegetarian burgers. And they only need 25 minutes of active time to prepare, so even though they are special enough to entertain, they are fast enough for dinner on weekdays.
5. roasted veggie pitas with avocado dip
Crispy and baked beans are new croutons. You hear it here first, friend. Big fans of all cilantro here. And this avocado sauce is that. Cilantro and spices used in roasted vegetables respect at another level. Oh, and yes, there is no meat in this recipe. You will not miss it! After one packet of tape is complete, that’s the stuffing. Do not underestimate the power of whole-wheat pita.
6. Butternut Squash Lentil Stew
Make this in your Instant Pot for the easiest (and heaviest) family dinner. This soup recipe to warm fingers and toes were cold with seasonal flavors of butternut squash sweet and savory lentils.
7. Asian Sesame Zucchini Noodles
This stir-fry uses zucchini noodles instead of ordinary noodles, making them vegetarian and gluten-free. Are you a “zoodle” fan? Do you know what that means? Zucchini noodles or “Zoodles” have become a popular alternative to noodles. Sometimes people replace it because of a gluten allergy or because they are on a “low carb” diet. I make it because I feel it tastes good and is a healthy way to add more vegetables to any food. I used a sauce similar to the one in my Sesame Noodle recipe, which was AMAZING.
8. Vegan Chilli Crispy Tofu Bowl
Topped with spicy red chili sauce, fried tofu brings crispness to the cucumber and bowl of quinoa filled with cashew. Know it’s on the menu today! And that is the bomb! When I say it’s a bomb I mean an explosion of taste and texture. What we have here is crispy tofu that has been fried until it is golden brown, coated with savory, spicy, and sweet chili sauce.
Most of you know tofu can taste good if it is well prepared, but if you are one of the few haters who know that it is a soft and tasteless piece of cardboard, you have not tried this recipe. Easy to make, doesn’t need to be hard to find ingredients, and is ready in less than 40 minutes!
9. Rainbow Veggie Kabobs
Believe us, you will definitely want to make room on the grill for these colorful skewers filled with squash, mushrooms, tomatoes, and more vegetables that you choose.
10. Vegan Pesto Pasta
Switch to Parmesan-free vegan pesto sauce (this one is our favorite!) For a pasta dish that everyone can enjoy.