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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Spring Vegan Recipes
Looking for some vegan appetizers suitable for a crowd? How about these homemade soft pretzels with an easy vegan cheese sauce? I’m not one to brag, but this vegan cheese sauce is the best! It’s made with creamy cashews, nutritional yeast, Dijon mustard, tomato paste, red onions and jalapenos for a perfect spicy bite. Want to make this vegan appetizer even more simple? Make the soft pretzels into soft pretzel bites and get snacking even sooner!
Don’t tell tacos, but this vegan fajita recipe will have you picking favorites. This veggie-forward fajita recipe is easy and healthy, featuring citrus-marinated portobello mushrooms, tri-colored peppers and a sweet, spicy fajita seasoning! Bring this Mexican darling to your dinner table in a vegan-friendly way!
This Baked Tofu with a Miso Glaze recipe will make you a vegan faster that you can say “Meatless Monday.” Plant-based newbies are often wondering how to cook tofu and this easy, tasty recipe is a great way to introduce it. Crispy tofu bites are baked in the oven and then broiled with a homemade miso marinade rendering them sticky, sweet, salty and oh.so.delicious.
Lasagna makes pretty much everyone happy and, with this Easy Vegan Lasagna Recipe, now even vegans and plant-based eaters can enjoy this ultimate comfort food. This lasagna recipe is dairy free, replacing cheese with an easy cashew cream sauce. This also makes it a no tofu vegan lasagna. The noodles get swapped out with zucchini, making it a healthy, gluten-free option as well.
Curious about the Korean food kimchi, but not what recipes to try? This twist on a traditional Korean side dish, Bibimguksa, is an easy way to introduce kimchi to your dinner guests in the colder winter months. Made with noodles, a healthy dose of vegetables and (of course) kimchi, this brothy twist on bibim guksa is a wonderful introduction to Korean food.
This easy vegan miso ramen soup will have you trading in your takeout for homemade ramen any day of the week! A rich miso broth, paired colorful vegetables and chewy al dente ramen rice noodles make this ramen soup the ultimate in vegan comfort food.
If you haven’t tried delicata squash, this recipe is for you! This roasted delicata squash goes to the next level with a miso glaze finish, resulting in a sweet, salty and crispy treat. Eat it on its own, or add it to salads or soups for a complete vegan dinner!
Make your salad sing with this roasted garlic salad dressing recipe! Roasting garlic transforms it from pungent to sweet and creamy. Combine this with the wonderful flavor of roasted shallots, champagne vinegar, lemon juice and Dijon mustard for this easy, homemade salad dressing recipe.
This Vegan No Chicken and Biscuits is an easy way to introduce this creamy comfort food to your table in a cruelty-free manner. Featuring a cauliflower soup base and stocked with savory vegetables, this vegan soup is a healthy alternative to traditional chicken and biscuits. This vegan No Chicken Soup is accompanied by Minimalist Baker’s Best Damn Vegan Biscuits for a real, Southern comfort food inspired meal.