The rise of veganism has dispelled many myths around plant-basing eating – like the fact that tofu doesn’t need to be incorporated into every single dish. But if you’re cutting out soy completely (found in everything from edamame to miso to tamari) we’ve got you covered with these delectable dinner recipes that are still ultra-filling and full of flavour.
Crispy Cauliflower Tacos with Mango Salsa
Looking for yet another delicious way to cook with that head of cauliflower sitting in your crisper? These vegan tacos will do it proud. The florets are coated in almond meal and spices before being baked, and the mango salsa will make your taste buds even happier.
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Vegan Lentil Burger
This protein-packed vegan burger is completely soy-free thanks to all-star ingredients like lentils and toasted walnuts. Grill the patties on the BBQ or pan-fry – they’ll be devoured just the same.
Vegan Scallops with Spaghetti, Crispy Kale and Pomegranates
A creative, soy-free vegan pasta dish that swaps scallops for marinated oyster mushrooms. The spaghetti is also topped with crispy kale and pomegranates for a fresh and hearty dinner you can serve to anyone without protest.
Mediterranean-Style Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
These hearty, veggie-packed stuffed mushrooms are ready to eat in just 30 minutes. Add them to your weekly family dinner rotation, or serve when hosting company (they’re destined to impress… and lessen the stress).
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Vegan Wild-Rice Stuffed Butternut Squash
As summer’s end nears and we start drooling over autumn produce, this vegan butternut squash dish is a main-course must. Stuffed with wild rice, cherries, walnuts and a variety of spices and herbs, it checks off all the healthy-meets-hearty boxes.
Coconut Curry with Almond Butter, Sweet Potato and Apple Noodles
This comforting vegan coconut curry dish goes from pan to table in just 30 minutes. Spiralized sweet potatoes, coconut milk and almond butter make it super hearty.
Whole-Roasted Cauliflower with Hazelnut, Orange and Saffron
All hail the cauliflower, which doesn’t shy away from being the star of the table in this fragrant dish. Serve it when entertaining (no matter the occasion) for a show-stopping vegetarian meal.