Festive vegan cooking for your guests
With this festive vegan cooking and delicious recipes, you will make your family and friends adore you. See these awesome recipes below and get ready. We know, the best part of a festive gathering is always the food, especially if there is something new to taste and explore.
No other festival is so marked by childhood memories and family traditions as the Feast of Love. Many people are used to a Roast for the festive meal. That’s how you grew up. And that’s why many people are skeptical about the idea of a festive vegan cooking. You can handle that, after all, you are a vegan cook.
A few years ago, you still may have believed that such a festive vegan menu would be complete only with an unavoidable seitan or soy roast. After all, most people want a steaming piece of roast on their plate during the holidays. In the meantime, however, you no longer need to try to recreate traditional products with substitute products. In the meantime, you can create taste and celebrate it with spices and herbal ingredients. Enjoy festive vegan cooking with the recipes below. Happy Holidays!
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Momo: South Asian Dumplings With Apple Chutney
Momo: South Asian Dumplings With Apple Chutney are native to countries like Nepal and Tibet. Similar to Japanese gyoza, they are traditionally filled with a mixture of meat and vegetables, but this version replaces meat with hearty beluga lentils, cabbage, and other vegetables. If you prefer crispy dumplings, try pan-frying them after they’ve been steamed and serve with the spiced apple chutney!
Maultauschen: German Spinach and Mushroom Ravioli
Maultauschen are German pasta pockets similar to ravioli that are traditionally filled with meat but can easily be made vegan! These ones are stuffed with the very traditional flavors of spinach and nutmeg. Pasta making made easy.
Oyster Mushroom Steaks With Miso Gravy
These Oyster Mushroom Steaks With Miso Gravy is an easy yet very delicious vegan-friendly main course. And, if you’re still trying to make plans for what you’re making for the holidays, we’ve got you covered. These meaty mushrooms are served over warm polenta and drizzled with a miso gravy that adds a unique and nostalgic
Eggplant Potato Tartlets
These savory little Eggplant Potato Tarts are filled with a mix of tender eggplant, potato, fresh parsley, and spices. They are made using kourou dough, a Greek type of short crust pastry dough. They are the perfect balance of comfort food and elegant appetizer for parties
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