6 international delicious Vegan recipes
These delicious vegan recipes come from UK ,US, Canada and India. The 2 Sisters we know already are from UK and always have something special for us, this time, Nettle & Wild Garlic quiche and a tasty Apple & Parsnip soup. See the mouthwatering pictures. Sweet and Spicy Rice Noodles from Indu’s international kitchens vegan space.
Suki is Indian and lives in Montreal, she has Cauliflower Bites for us and finally, we have a Stonefruit Coconut milk smoothie from Farrukh in India ,she is a Naturopath with ambition for cooking healthy food. Ending with a Jackfruit Curry.Is this not a great collection?
If you are looking for variety, you should definitely try these recipes. Of course you should be open to new things. But even if not, you can overcomes this hurdle with the beautiful recipe images, because who can resist it? In addition, the are ideal a for vegans who like to travel, because you can not always enjoy the traditional cuisine as a plant eater.
These are all healthy plant-based delicious vegan recipes from all over the world. Try them all and add them to your vegan recipe collection.
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6 Delicious Vegan Recipes For Your Collection
A delicious Vegan Recipe from Indu’s Kitchen
Now that I am on a gluten free diet, I try to cook interesting recipes. And so rice noodles came to the rescue this week! Rice noodles taste wonderful and are so much more healthier than regular noodles made from white flour.
I usually pick my rice noodles from the Asian supermarket. They have so many different varieties of rice noodles that it can actually be challenging to decide which one to pick But I have tried different brands and noodles of different thickness and they all usually taste great. The only thing you need to pay attention to is to follow the instructions on the package. And that reminds me, make sure you pick a package that has labeling in english!
These noodles tasted especially delicious because of all the different veggies I added. For the sauce, I just used my instincts and added ingredients for sweetness, sourness and and…
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Another Delicious Vegan Recipe is from the 2 award winning sisters Amy and Veronica
I love this time of year – the lighter evenings and the sunnier days. Yes, spring has sprung and I for one am glad! Despite the sunnier days I still haven’t turned my back on some warming foods, after all there is still a chill in the air. In fact, I was on a run the other day and all the weather was thrown at me during those three and a half hours (Yep – that’s my longest run for the marathon done). I came home and was frozen, soup was the only thing that warmed me through.
Apple and Parsnip Soup
2 sticks of celery
1 litre vegetable stock
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground cumin
3 tbsp coconut yoghurt
salt and pepper
1 tbsp olive oil
- In a large pan heat the olive oil on a medium heat
- Chop the onion and soften in the pan for 3-4 minutes
- Peel and chop the apples and parsnips and add to the pan along with the chopped celery
- Add the vegetable stock and bring to the boil, simmer for 30 minutes
- When the vegetables have softened add the cumin and cinnamon. Blend using a stick blender until all smooth
- Stir through the coconut yoghurt and season with salt and pepper
The weather might be all over the place but the budding leaves and green shoots aren’t fooled, Spring is most definitely here. I get pretty excited when everything starts bursting into life during Spring. The first leaves of Spring always seem extra green and vivid especially after the long grey months of winter.
Nettle and wild garlic are an amazing Spring green combination. Last year I paired them together in these savoury Buckwheat Crepes which are just so delicious! This year I was inspired by a vegan flan I had whilst on holiday and decided to recreate something similar at home. I opted for creamy cashews and a whole wheat spelt flour topped with crunchy toasted seeds.
Nettles have to be one of the easiest wild foods to forage, they can be found pretty much everywhere and are easily recognised by most of us. Wild garlic is a little trickier to find but is also common. I always get wild garlic in my veg bag during Spring and you would probably find it at your local farmers market if you can’t find any near where you live.
Nettle & Wild Garlic Quiche
Nettle tips: Harvest the nettles when young and pick only the top few leaves. Wash thoroughly in a bowl of cold water and don’t forget to use rubber gloves when handling!
For the pastry:
175 g Wholemeal Spelt Flour
75 g Coconut Oil + Extra for Greasing
2-3 tbsp Cold Water
Pinch of Salt
For the filling:
3 tbsp Nutritional Yeast
Juice of 1/2 Lemon
Small bunch of Wild Garlic
1 Small Onion
1 tsp Caraway Seeds
1 tsp Fennel Seeds
3 tbsp Toasted Pumpkin Seeds
3 tbsp Toasted Sunflower Seeds
3 tbsp Toasted Sesame Seeds
Here is how to prepare
Delicious Vegan Recipe created by Suki in Montreal
Baked, Crispy, spicy and super easy to make!
I made this as a side dish for spinach curry ( keerai moolagootal in tamil). It was yummy. I always like to have something crispy when I make spinach. So I thought of making Cauliflower gobi 65. But did not want to fry for two reasons that I wanted to have healthy food and second is I did not have oil at home. I was so lazy to buy them so stayed home and made these cauliflower bites. It was just so crispy and perfect that I was wondering why I did not make these for so long.
It is a perfect snack and perfect side dish for rice and curry.
And finally this Delicious Vegan Smoothie Recipe from India
It’s been month, I hadn’t updated my space here. April was a bit muddled month for us, quick decision, rush, arrangements and then shifting to a new place. Sleepless nights, worn-out body, messy house, no home cooked food, utterly drained us. Steadily, settling down, though not fully done, things are still lying here and there. Nevertheless, will be back on track soon In Sha Allah!
Absolutely exhausted souls needed something really quick, fruity and full of energy. Chilled Stone fruits and Coconut milk smoothie is all that you need to rejuvenate yourself. Utterly scrumptious meal, you just need to quick blend them all and its ready. I have used fresh apricot peach and plum here, but if you prefer you may use the canned or frozen ones too. Let’s quickly go through what you need to stir and get this super yum smoothie in no time!
Vegan curry with jackfruit – a delicious and spicy dish that is easy to prepare and uncomplicated. You should definitely take a look at the recipe!
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