Are you considering going vegan in 2017? Maybe you don’t want to go completely vegan, but you are committed to eating more plant-based meals and less meat. As you transition, it’s important to find delicious recipes, but you may also need ones that appeal to the tastebuds of meat eaters that they have to cook for. Check out these vegan recipes.
Roasted Cauliflower and Lentil Tacos with Creamy Chipotle Sauce – Oh my goodness! You will not miss the meat with these tacos. Note: use vegan mayo to make the recipe vegan. (via Cookie and Kate)
Vegan Veggie Burgers with Seitan – These burgers are amazing. Seitan is one of my favorite meat alternatives. The texture is very similar to meat. It is wheat gluten, so I don’t recommend this recipes to anyone who needs to avoid that. (via The Wicked Good Vegan)
Grilled Vegan Chicken With ‘Honey’ Lime and Chipotle Sauce – There are some great brands of Faux Chicken out there that you can season and marinade just like meat. (via PETA)
Threesome protein salad with quinoa, brown rice and green lentils; a delicious and satisfying powerhouse of protein and fiber. The recipe is now on the blog. We have been gradually increasing our workout intensity as a family. Starting with a foundation of yoga and cardio, we added rock climbing and calisthenics elements. As overhyped as the protein argument is, we needed to increase the quantity accordingly, and in a clean and nutritious way. So you will see a increased focus on that I think 🙂 #vegan #plantbased #protein #quinoa #lentils
Vegan Popcorn Chicken – This is a fun recipe that you can use when you really have a taste for fast food. It’s fried, so it’s not a “diet” recipe, but I suggest it for a vegan cheat day or day that you have room for a few more calories. It’s also great party food. (via The Viet Vegan)