Best plant-based recipes you loved in 2017
As a new vegan, you may fall in love with these plant-based recipes of 2017. Stay with the vegan lifestyle in 2018 and experiment with all the delicious recipes and find your favorite ones. If you are new to the plant-based diet, take the challenge and get insight into the vegan lifestyle. Vegan living is not difficult.
The Year 2018 may give you new impulses to look sexy, lose weight and get the most out of the vegan diet. You may like to start your year in 2018 by joining Veganuary Plant-based recipes do not only taste vegans, but also people who want to live without animal products for the environment and animal welfare.
You want to cook through the delicious vegan cuisine and try plant-based recipes? Then you do not need to search! We found and put together the best plant-based recipes of 2017 here for you: from Crispy Tofu Nuggets to the Amaretto Chocolate Cream Cake on page 3, You will succeed and love the vegan lifestyle without any difficulty! Enjoy!
Most Liked Plant-Based Recipes Of 2017 That You Will Love In 2018
Crispy Tofu Nugget
These Crispy Tofu Nuggets are a vegan twist on a traditional favorite and beat the fast food variety any day. If you don’t want to deep fry them, you can also fry them in a skillet until golden brown. The curry ketchup is a unique dipping sauce that packs a punch and perfectly complements the dish.
Zucchini Chickpea Fritters
These Zucchini Chickpea Fritters are probably the fastest, yummiest fritters you can make. They’re very, very simple and unbelievably fluffy and soft without baking powder. Plus, they taste delicious with virtually any type of sauce.
Lemon ‘Parmesan’ Pasta
This Lemon Parmesan Pasta is light, easy, and great if you are looking for a quick dinner. The lemon gives the pasta a nice bit of acidity to cut through the parmesan’s decadent flavor. Plus, it makes for great leftovers the next day.
One Pot Spiralized Aloo Gobi: Potato and Cauliflower
The cashew cream and tomato sauce that creates the fragrant sauce for this bowl of One Pot Spiralized Aloo Gobi: Potato and Cauliflower is savory and rich. It comes together in one pot (ah-mazing!) and since spiralizing potatoes yields more than simply cubing them, you’re able to use only one potato to serve four portions, which is ideal for those trying to keep their carbohydrate and starch content down.
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