Jackfruit makes a perfect substitute for pork in this classic Chinese dim sum dish.
Source: BBQ Jackfruit Buns [Vegan]
Crispy tofu triangles are drenched in sweet and spicy gingery sauce and served up with broccoli and rice to make this flavor-packed General Tso’s tofu.
Source: General Tso’s Tofu – Connoisseurus Veg
This crowd-pleasing broccoli salad is a no-cook side dish that could also function as lunch or dinner. Drizzled on top of the fresh, crunchy broccoli is a creamy peanut sauce that adds the perfect amount of sweetness and salty flavor. That’s not all. The salad also has a underlying flavor of coconut, a tangy bite of fresh lime, salty notes of soy sauce, and the most perfect pow of spicy ginger and sriracha that warm your throat as you munch through crisp broccoli, water chestnuts, and crispy roasted peanuts. It’s quick, easy, gluten-free, and vegan with a paleo option!
Source: Asian Healthy Broccoli Salad [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
If you’re looking to step up your sandwich game, you’ve got to give this a try. Two-story sandwich? Oh man.
Source: Bombay Potato Sandwich With Cilantro Chutney [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
This delicious curry is brimming with fresh summer produce like corn and zucchini, plus carrots, chickpeas and mushrooms that are cooked in a delicately spiced coconut milk sauce.
Source: Summer Sunshine Curry With Spiced Rice [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
If you are looking for a healthy dinner to cook in a pinch, then you will love this potato curry recipe. Customize it to your liking by swapping in your favorite curry sauce and adding in whatever other veggies you have lying around! It tastes incredible on its own, over freshly cooked rice, or with some naan bread.
Source: Quick and Easy Authentic Potato Curry [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Adding oil to stir-fry does not have to be obligatory; it is possible not to use oil in food preparation.
Source: How to Make Stir-Fry – No Oil Necessary!