Satisfy those takeout cravings vegan-style with this Chinese cauliflower recipe. This Air Fryer General Tso Cauliflower is sweet, spicy and tasty!
Vegan Recipes and Vegan Cooking Tips
Chinese Vegan Recipes
This Tofu & Vegetable Mei Fun recipe is the one I reach for more than any other recipe. It’s super easy to put together and it tastes amazing. If you have made Singapore Mei Fun before, it’s a Cantonese noodle dish. Singapore Mei Fun is a Chinese-Indian fusion, which features yellow curry and Chinese BBQ stir-fried with crisp vegetables and thin rice vermicelli noodles.
Looking for an easy, vegan Chinese food recipe? Look no further than this Crispy Orange Cauliflower recipe. Lightly battered and baked cauliflower is the perfect vehicle for a tangy, sticky orange sauce. Homemade Chinese food has never been tastier!
Looking to satisfy a craving for takeout without picking up the phone? This curry fried rice is a quick and easy way to put a vegan meal on the table. Packed with fresh vegetables, this plant-based fried rice recipe checks every box. Fragrant jasmine rice soaks up the yellow curry spiced sauce as it crisps in a hot wok while tamari, pepper and sriracha provide for for a warm, slightly spicy and highly fragrant dish.
Do you love PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps, but wish they were vegan? Then this Vegan Lettuce Wraps recipe is for you! I’ve dressing up simple tofu lettuce wraps with some extra veggies for a healthier version of the original. And that dipping sauce? I’ve got you covered there too! This recipe for my tangy, salty Asian Dipping Sauce will have your taste buds singing!
Looking for lighter vegan recipes for the summer? Look no further than this Asian Slaw Salad with Miso Ginger Dressing! This Asian slaw recipe features carrots, cucumbers, watermelon radishes and mandarin oranges for a tasty treat! Topped with ramen noodles and a tangy ginger miso dressing, this Asian slaw salad is the perfect vegan dinner!
Skip the takeout tonight and make this Roasted Cauliflower in a Sticky Lemon Sauce instead! This easy vegan recipe is simple and ranks among my favorite vegan Chinese food options. To keep this vegan dinner healthy, I roasted the cauliflower instead of frying it and tossed it in an easy lemon sauce sweetened with maple syrup instead of honey. Then I paired this delightful vegan meal with simple steamed asparagus and brown rice.
Forget takeout! This vegan recipe for vegetable lo mein is packed with vegetables, uses gluten-free rice ramen noodles and a limited amount of oil for a healthy alternative to traditional lo mein. In addition to its healthy ingredients, this vegan Chinese food recipe is earth-friendly. Just think of all the takeout packaging you won’t have to throw away by making this vegan stir fry darling at home!
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