Protein is the word on everyone’s lips when it comes to vegan nutrition! It is a fundamental element for the human body and everyone needs it. We’re here to help you discover the power of plant-based protein through these simply amazing recipes!
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1. Breakfast biscuits with chickpea flour
Source: Chickpea flour breakfast cookies
If you want a real honest chocolate chip cookie, this isn’t it. BUT what if you want a super easy and delicious high-protein breakfast cookie? Then these Kat Condon Chickpea Flour Breakfast Cookies are where it’s at!
2. Chick’n Satay skewers
Source: Chick’n Satay skewers
These Aaron Calder Chick’n Satay Skewers are a great summer / barbecue / picnic recipe. You can cook them in the oven or on the barbecue. Feel free to use vegan chicken, but you could use tofu, tempeh, or your favorite meat substitute.
3. Easy Lentil Sloppy Joes
Source: Easy Lentil Sloppy Joes
These Easy Lentil Sloppy Joes by Mitch and Justine Chapman are nutrient-rich sloppy lentil Joes made with a sweet, tangy and tangy tomato sauce. All this delicacy served in the middle of a fresh and mellow sandwich will take you back to the 90s. It is a meal that is perfectly fine to spread all over the face. If you’re looking for a foolproof idea for dinner during the week, packed with flavor and nutrients, you’ve come to the right place. These easy sloppy lentil joes are just the right amount of hot, sweet, and spicy to make you begging for seconds.
4. Easy black bean burger
Source: Easy Black Bean Burgers
This Easy Black Bean Burger by Caroline Doucet is a nutritious, yet delicious patty! The black bean patty is high in protein thanks to the beans, nuts and seeds. It is also full of fiber from the beans, vegetables, wholemeal bread and, again, nuts and seeds. It’s flavored with smoked paprika, garlic, and onions to give you a barbecue flavored burger, with no barbecue sauce. Prepare a few batches and keep them in the freezer for easy dinners during the week!
Khichari is a delicious and very digestible Indian meal consisting mainly of rice, vegetables and lentils. This Heidrun Kubart Khichari is easy to prepare and very healthy too.
6. Chicken curry
Source: Chicken Curry
This Lena Novak Chicken Curry is veganized, yet equally satisfying and delicious Indian curry dish that will warm your tummy during the winter season.
7. Lentil Quinoa Loaf
Source: Lentil Quinoa Loaf
When it comes to preparing meals for a family or even just one person, batch cooking can save a lot of time. This Lentil Quinoa Loaf from Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler makes a generous serving so you can refrigerate or freeze half your meal to have on hand on peak days. Just put it in the oven or a pan to heat up and enjoy your meal!
8. Black-eyed pea curry
Source: Black Eyed Pea Curry
This Black Eyed Pea Curry from Heidrun Kubart is a great dinner you can enjoy all week!
9. Orange and ginger glazed tofu
Source: Orange and ginger glazed tofu
Tofu is never boring in our home. For this orange and ginger glazed tofu from Romy London, I combined the flavors of spicy orange and spicy ginger in a delicious marinade and gooey glaze to make the tofu the hero of the dish. I love cooking with tofu because it is so versatile and allows you to be creative in the kitchen. With a few simple steps, you can easily make the tofu taste great! Reprinted with permission from The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Roasts by Romy London, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Romina Callwtiz
10. Peanut tofu wrap
Source: Peanut Tofu Wrap
Tofu is a great way to get protein into your diet, particularly if you’re a vegetarian or vegan. This Vicky Coates Peanut Tofu Wrap alone in this recipe contains around 19g of protein. Along with an extra 5g of protein from the box! Tofu is also an excellent source of amino acids, iron and other micronutrients! While it doesn’t taste strong on its own, adding a few things like this peanut sauce takes it to a whole new level.
Learn how to cook plant-based meals at home
Reducing your meat intake and eating more plant-based foods has been known to help chronic inflammation, heart health, mental well-being, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, good health And Moreover! Unfortunately, dairy consumption has also been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer, and has many side effects.
For those interested in eating more plant-based, we highly recommend purchasing one of our many plant-based cookbooks or downloading the Food monster app which has thousands of delicious recipes making it the greatest source of vegan recipes to help reduce your environmental footprint, save animals, and stay healthy! And while you’re at it, we encourage you to get to know the environmental And health benefits of a plant-based diet.
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