Find falafel, curries, pasta dishes, stir fries and more within these 15 healthy vegan dinner ideas. The best part is they’re all super quick to make and can be on the table in 30 minutes or less!
You’ll be amazed at just how much flavour you can achieve with this lovely laksa by Mob Kitchen in just 15 minutes!
Sometimes all you really need is a bowl of creamy, nutty, indulgent-tasting pasta…
Whip up this speedy mushroom stir-fry in 25 minutes, then serve with brown rice for a healthy and balanced midweek meal.
This nostalgic dish – pesto pasta – will always hold a special place in our hearts. We’ve revamped it a little with the addition of olives, tomatoes and homemade pesto (no jarred stuff here!) for a lighter twist.
Ella Mills’ creamy mushroom pasta manages to be rich and creamy yet light and lemony at the same time! It’s the sort of food we always fancy and certainly a dish we always have time for!
This six-ingredient dish from Miguel Barclay’s cookbook One Pound Vegan makes a marvellous meal for one – especially if you’re on a budget.
Sticky teriyaki tofu, sweet potato noodles, greens and a silky peanut sauce…There are so many good things going on in this tasty bowl!
Swap peanut butter for almond butter in this nutty Pad Thai style stir-fry. It’s made with tamari and miso paste, too, for lots of umami flavour.
Tempeh is made from soy beans and has a firm, meaty texture, so it’s a great meat substitute in vegan dishes. Give this vibrant poke bowl a go, with a quinoa and chickpea salad, beetroot and a fiery Tabasco dressing.
Quick falafel, hummus, pitta bread and a speedy tomato salsa combine in this shortcut supper.
Did you know that cauliflower is really high in vitamin C? Incorporate it into this Chinese-style stir fry, along with crispy tofu, broccoli and creamy cashew nuts.
Raise your hand if you love miso! Us too, which is why this caramelised aubergine and tofu dish is right up our street. It’s seriously easy, packed with protein and under 400 calories per serving.
Anything with peanuts in gets a thumbs up from us. Enjoy this noodle salad hot for dinner, then pop any leftovers in a container for lunch the next day.
The Happy Pear have absolutely nailed this vegan korma. It’s loaded with veg, creamy with coconut milk and sprinkled with flaked almond for extra crunch (they’re non-negotiable).
Satay and curry are both dishes that the HFG team love – and two rights can’t make a wrong, right?
Want more? Take a look at all our easy vegan recipes.