Are you going Vegan for the month of January? If so, these 15 Vegan recipes are a must try during this month!
Whether you are already a vegan or new to this life-style, or you are just trying to eat more plant-based food during this month, this post is filled with yummy recipes for you to try. They are vegan alternatives to traditional meat dishes. You will not be missing the meat, that we can promise.
Here are our 15 Vegan Recipes for Veganuary, make sure to tag us on Instagram (@sixhungryfeet) if you try any of our recipes, we are always happy to see your creations!
Our Vegan Cauliflower Walnut Bolognese is a nutritious and flavorful meal for the whole family. Made with grounded walnuts and cauliflower, it has the perfect “meaty” and hearty texture that you are looking for when cooking a bolognese.
Our Ramen Noodle Stir Fry is simple and quick to make, absolutely delicious and will satisfy any take out food cravings that you may have. Instant ramen noodles are normally served with a spiced warm broth but for this recipe, we’re going to be serving them stir-fried with a delicious, umami-rich homemade sauce. This recipe is vegan so it doesn’t contain any oyster, fish or prawn products.
Satay is a South-East Asian dish that is made from seasoned, skewered and grilled protein, which will normally be meat. For this recipe, we are using Tofu as the protein, keeping the dish plant-based.
Tofu Satay is served with an umami-packed peanut sauce that you won't be able to stop eating!
Katsu Curry with Cauliflower Nuggets is one of our favourite recipes to prepare when we have friends coming over. It's a recipe that will please both vegan and meat eaters. The flavours are just perfectly balanced and the breaded and roasted cauliflower gives the dish the crunch needed.
Hearty and creamy Thai Coconut Noodle Soup with Tofu. This recipe is a favourite at home. It's delicious, fragrant, spicy, slightly sweet, creamy, tangy and hearty, just the perfect combination of ingredients in a bowl.
Our Vegan Nut Roast makes a great addition to your Sunday Roast. It’s a hearty and delicious meal that we enjoy cooking when the weather is cold. Add this recipe to your weekends and we promise the whole family will love it!
Homemade falafels and homemade pita bread filled with delicious homemade hummus, fresh tomato and cucumber salad and a hot sauce! That’s how we prepare our falafel pita sandwich at home. It takes some time, but we will give you some tips to have things prepared in advanced and I can tell you, the effort is well paid when you have the first bite of your middle eastern sandwich.
Fettuccine Alfredo is an Italian pasta dish that combines butter and parmesan cheese to create a creamy sauce. We “veganized” this recipe to find out that it just as delicious! It’s creamy, nutty, packed full of yummy flavours and really nutritious.
Buddha bowls are naturally vegetarian, but this is a vegan version using tofu as the main protein source. This Buddha bowl is served with a delicious peanut sauce on the top to make the meal even better!
Loaded Hummus is a simple recipe that can be served at home as a quick and yummy weekday night dinner or brought to a family or friends gathering as an appetizer. Believe me, everyone will be amazed! It's vegan, gluten-free and you can load it with any ingredients you like.
Tom Kha is a delicious Thai coconut soup made with a simple homemade red chilli paste, coconut milk, kaffir limes, lemongrass, galangal or ginger, soy sauce or vegan fish sauce, an assortment of your favourite vegetables and a protein, in our case, tofu.
Enjoy the best Thai soup flavours keeping it plant-based.
We couldn't complete a list of best Vegan recipes for Veganuary without including a dish from India. Chana Masala is a naturally vegan and gluten-free Indian curry made with two key ingredients: Chana (chickpeas) and Masala (spice blend).
Our delicious Vegan Pho is the perfect recipe for you if you want to slurp up a big hot bowl of noodles. The spiced broth combined with rice noodles and fresh herbs is just the perfect combination for a healthy meal that will warm up your body. Did I mention it just tastes as good as the traditional Vietnamese Pho?
For this recipe, we use homemade vegan pesto that can be made in 10 minutes. Pesto pasta can be served on its own but we love bringing some more veggies to the dish. Adding broccoli and avocado makes this meal more complete nutritionally and they will give the dish some different textures.
Who said salads are a summer thing? Salads can be a delicious meal or side dish all year round. The wonderful thing about salads is that you can create so many different combinations using seasonal ingredients to make a healthy, tasty and beautiful salad. Salads are a perfect way to keep your Veganuary month fresh and light!