A few months ago I rescued a kitten. She is the most adorable beautiful thing that has recently happened to me, and just a few minutes ago she was devouring pieces of lettuce from my lettuce-cucumber-avocado-tomato-basil salad. She also loves eating my juicy oat meatballs!
So while I was observing her overwhelmed with the cuteness, I was thinking that either I am spicing my meals up too well, or the symbiosis between the two of us is growing Which led me to the thought that if a carnivorous animal can eat a vegan meal with such pleasure, then I should definitely create a new round-up here with meals that are going to be so irresistible for omnies that they seriously consider going vegan! Therefore, here are
12 Succulently Mouthwatering Vegan Recipes Meat Eaters Drool Over
Replace hot dogs with something much healthier with this delicious recipe for Roasted Balsamic Veggie Rolls. Fresh and flaky homemade buns make the perfect vessel for savory roasted chickpeas and a rainbow of vegetables – carrot, parsnip, asparagus, and greens. The maple-y tahini sauce ties everything together beautifully.
These crispy and flavorful Bengali Koftas are made with jackfruit and potatoes. The gravy is a simple tomato base, thickened slightly with cashew or almond butter and a splash of cashew cream, if you feel a little indulgent. The koftas can be prepped and refrigerated the day before and can be fried just before serving.
These Sticky Chili Cauliflower Wings are just like the ones you’d get from a bar, except healthier because they’re made with cauliflower florets! Make the sauce with five simple ingredients, dip the florets in, and then bake to seal in the deliciousness. The rich orange flavor is enough to satisfy, but feel free to serve these with vegan Ranch or mayo, as well!
Firm yet crumbly when you cut into them and the flavor (smoky yet not over-seasoned) just right. They’re delicious!
Vegetables Manchurian is a popular Indo-Chinese dish made from vegetable meatballs dipped in corn flour and then deep-fried and served in gravy. In this recipe, they’re fried, rather than deep-fried, with a thick, flavorful gravy spiced with ginger, garlic, and chilis. Serve this favorite dish with a side of fried rice.
10. Pueblo Corn Pie
This Pueblo Corn Pie will become one of your family’s favorites. This layered casserole of cooked cornmeal topping a tasty bean chili is adapted from a Native American recipe. With beans, corn, and lots of bold spices, this dish will satisfy your taste buds and your tummy.
Dea is passionate about pursuing gentle, pure living in all its forms. She’s a veg and fruit foodie, who loves to explore the healing properties of plant-based foods and then fully indulge in their sun-filled taste. She believes that “In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived, and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you.”