13 Dec My Top Ten Vegan Recipes
My Top Ten Vegan Recipes
If you’re cooking for vegan friends this festive period, check out this round up of delicious, simple recipes that just so happen to be vegan so cooking is stress free for you and everyone is happy!
Here are gorgeous spiced banana breads, rich chocolate truffles and perfectly poached pears to satisfy the sweet tooth, then hearty warm winter salads plus simple comforting soups, stews and flavour packed curries.
Not only vegan but nut free too and it’s a fantastic way to use up ripe bananas. I love this fresh from the oven or slice up and toast and serve with pumpkin seed butter or a little drizzle of maple syrup.
This big pan of saucy smoky chickpeas is crowd-pleasing for brunch, lunch, anytime of day. And what’s more, you can always crack in some eggs for egg lovers.
A fruity colourful salad that makes a refreshing side to any roast dinners. Add in extra lentils or some caramelised veg to make it heartier.
So easy, use a big pumpkin or any type of squash to make this hearty creamy veggie curry. Peas from the freezer add a pop of green and I keep spinach in the freezer too, ready for recipes like this when you can always add in an extra portion too of greens.
Gorgeous colourful noodles, delicious not or cold, I love the Cambodian peppercorns and was given them as a present last year. But any pepper or chill would be wonderful here.
Inspired by my fave, hoisin duck, these simple chickpea pancakes go perfectly with these sticky aubergines and creamy tahini hoisin sauce. Definitely give this one a go.
Soulful soothing noodle soup, I like this with buckwheat noodles and lots of veggies.
(They make great Christmas presents too.)
These 5 ingredients chocolate truffles are such a hit. Roll them in a variety of colourful coatings like chopped pistachios or hazelnuts or coconut and freeze dried raspberries. They keep very well in the fridge.
Grilled lettuce wedges are a revelation. They turn limp lettuce that looks too sad for a lettuce into something very special to crown a delicious stir fry.
This looks quite impressive but is super easy. Lovely British pears sat on top of some thick coconut yoghurt with lots of crunchy bits.
When you’re feeling a bit food fatigued, enter this super refreshing and tasty salad. Serve it warm or cold, it’s great to feed a crowd and a fantastic way to eat lots of crunchy veggies.