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10 Recipes To Start Off Veganuary With

Veganuary is full of many delicious possibilities and chances to experiment with different foods and cuisines. This year, we're being spoiled rotten with all of the new product launches and exciting recipes, so you should have fun with it. Listed below are just a handful of plant-based recipes that will make Veganuary 2021 a month for your tastebuds to remember!

English Breakfast with Tempeh Rashers

By: Better Nature

Cooking methods: Frying, baking, boiling

Difficulty: Beginner

A full English is one of the most treasured dishes in the country. It cures hangovers and has the power to start your day off just right. But do you know what's better than a full English? A VEGAN full English. This recipe is salty, indulgent and crispy, exactly like the real thing, but it'll make you feel less guilty after you've eaten it because everything is made from plants. Find the recipe here.

Lincolnshire Tofu Sausages Tomato and Pepper Cassoulet

By: Clearspot Tofu

Cooking methods: Frying, stewing

Difficulty: Beginner

Cassoulet is a French casserole dish that traditionally contains meat or white beans. This dish, however, uses tofu sausages and it's still as hearty and delicious. Find the recipe here.

Easy Vegan Scones

By: Sproud

Cooking methods: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

Scones, one of the most important components of the classic afternoon tea, and one of the most indulgent, delicious baked goods to have with jam or cream - yum! Find the recipe here.Ā 

Custard Tarts

By: The Coconut Collaborative

Cooking methods: Baking

Difficulty: Beginner

Custard tarts are usually made with pastry containing dairy and then filled with egg custard. But they can be easily veganized by using accidentally-vegan pastry and egg and dairy-free custard. Find the recipe here.

Berry Overnight Oats

By: The Coconut CollaborativeĀ 

Cooking methods: Other

Difficulty: BeginnerĀ 

Overnight oats are all the rage in the world of breakfast foods at the moment. They're low maintenance, high in nutrition, and a meal worth getting out of bed for in the morning! Find the recipe here.

Heura Nuggets with Guacamole

By: Heura FoodsĀ 

Cooking methods: Frying, sautƩing, cooking

Difficulty: BeginnerĀ Ā 

The rise in popularity of vegan alternatives means that there's now a vegan version of almost anything, even nuggets! This particular recipe is served with a nutritious bowl of guacamole to give it a healthy balance. Find the recipe here.

Mushroom and Onion Tart

By: OGGS

Cooking methods: Baking, cooking

Difficulty: Beginner

Savoury tarts are almost always made with non-vegan ingredients, but vegan-friendly ingredients can easily substitute them. You can purchase (accidentally-vegan) ready-made puff pastry and use the ever-so magical aquafaba to hold the filling of chunky chestnut mushrooms, caramelised onions and tarragon all together. Find the recipe here.

Sticky Sesame THISā„¢ Isn't Chicken

By: THISā„¢

Cooking methods: Boiling, frying

Difficulty: Beginner

Who needs takeaway when you can make this deliciously sweet and savoury sesame 'chicken' from home? If you haven't tried THISā„¢ vegan alternatives, you're in for a treat - but be warned, they're super realistic! Find the recipe here.

Creamy Vegan Carbonara

By: Bit of the Good Stuff

Cooking methods: Cooking

Difficulty: Beginner

This vegan twist on the traditional Italian dish 'Spaghetti Carbonara' is perfect for whenever you need a quick, yet indulgent meal to tuck into. It's full of nutritional goodness, and also delivers on flavour and creaminess. Find the recipe here.

American Pancakes

By: CRACKD

Cooking methods: Frying

Difficulty: Beginner

A big stack of fluffy pancakes is arguably one of the most incredible breakfasts on earth, don't you agree? Many pre-made pancake mixtures are unfortunately not vegan, so it's a good thing that you can make them from scratch by using vegan egg replacements instead! Find the recipe here.

8 Jan 2021
Jenny Edwards

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