Powerful vegan dinner recipes with protein
These powerful vegan dinner recipes have a lot of plant-based protein. Your family will feel satisfied and comfortable after a meal with these powerful vegan dinner recipes.
There is often discussion about protein. The widespread picture in our society is, unfortunately, (yet) that vegans have chronic protein deficiencies and that the plant proteins are “inferior” to those in meat. These are myths vegan not only get enough but also, above all, high-quality proteins without any animal suffering on the plate.Proteins are important for us. Maybe not quite as important as some bodybuilders may think, but definitely important.
Proteins are important for us. Maybe not quite as important as some bodybuilders may think, but definitely important.
The average person needs about 1 g of protein per kg of body weight per day, (athletes) can eat more proteins with 1.5 g per kg of body weight. Especially with plant proteins, however, there is no problem of overdosing.
There are protein puzzles on your plate. You can easily imagine: the different foods on our plates all have different amino acids. And if a certain protein is missing certain amino acids, the body can simply use that of the other food to complete the protein. This is really cool and makes the discussion about “which protein is now best” unnecessary because by the right combination almost every food can contain “complete” proteins.
See the tasty powerful vegan dinner recipes below, prepare and enjoy!
Powerful Dinner Recipes That You Need To Try
Comforting Kale Pesto Pasta Casserole
This Comforting Kale Pesto Pasta Casserole is filling, delicious, and so easy to make! It has an especially savory, umami twist thanks to the addition of sun-dried tomatoes and olives. An absolutely lovely highlight is the crust, which is made of gluten-free bread crumbs mixed with olive oil and garlic. It’s crunchy, hearty, and perfect! One serving has 12 grams of protein.
Malai Kofta: Potato Dumplings in Spiced Tomato Sauce
Traditionally, this dish is a rich combination of fried potato, veggie, and cheese meatball/dumplings floating in a creamy spiced tomato sauce. Served with rice or flatbread, it really is a treat. This Malai Kofta: Potato Dumplings in Spiced Tomato Sauce recipe is modified to make it both vegan and gluten-free, but still has all of the tastiness and fragrant flavors of the traditional dish. One serving has 20 grams of protein.
Iranian Eggplant and Chickpea Stew
This gluten-free recipe for Iranian Eggplant and Chickpeas Stew makes the perfect festive dinner. The texture of the eggplant and chickpeas go so well together, and the sweetness of the dates and apricots blend perfectly with the cumin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and turmeric. One serving will give you 25 grams of protein.
Bangin’ Buffalo Cauliflower Pizza
This Bangin’ Buffalo Cauliflower Pizza will take a little more time for you to make than a frozen pizza, but trust us when we say it is totally worth it. Look at how saucy, flavorful, and satisfying it is! Plus, a serving of the pizza provides a whopping 57 grams of protein!
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Powerful Dinner Recipes That You Need To Try
Beet Tacos With Mung Beans With Blackened Tofu, Radish Slaw, and Crispy Corn
These Beet Tacos With Mung Beans With Blackened Tofu, Radish Slaw, and Crispy Corn tick all the boxes. Smoky? Check! Spicy? Check! A little bit crispy? Check! Totally fun to look at and eat? Double check. Dig in! One serving has 33 grams of protein!
Chick’n Style Seitan Cutlets
These Chick’n Style Seitan Cutlets are a delicious replacement for chicken in your recipes. Most of the cook time involved with this recipe is hands-off, one one serving provides 22 grams of protein.
Hearty Lentil Broccoli Bolognese
This gluten-free Hearty Lentil Broccoli Bolognese is so tasty, satisfying, and filling. Add broccoli, cauliflower or kale to your pasta to get even more veggies in. Serve over any pasta of choice with a side salad and some toasty bread, perfection. Each serving has 18 grams of protein.
Cuban Black Beans
These made-from-scratch Cuban Black Beans are spiced with garlic, onion, cumin and oregano. Totally traditional and totally fabulous! If you are short on time you could technically use canned black beans, but the flavor of home-cooked beans is so much more delicious and authentic. These beans can be served by themselves or with rice, fried plantains, and sliced avocado to create a full meal! One serving has 15 grams of protein.
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