Browse through some of the best vegan dinner recipes created by some of the top chefs in the field.
I rushed home tonight to whip up this raw version of the Macro bowl I had from Aux Vivres last week, so I could share the yummy goodness with all ya’ll before the weekend. You can skip the bowl, but I wouldn’t skip the sauce. I said it before and I’ll say it again – it’s ridic.
Inspired by the classic kale & avocado salad, this dish was a hit in NY when I made it, almost on a daily basis, for everyone at The Plant.
Chipotle peppers are jalapeno that have been smoked, and so are not raw. However, I love to use them as they have such a great taste and you don’t need to use many! I have provided an alternative combination of ingredients in the recipe as a substitute to using jalapenos that will give a similarly distinctive taste.
This is a real hearty meal with a kick that’s perfect for those cold winter days!
The best raw food recipes are often the easiest to make! This is a staple recipe because it is SO healthy, involves lots of greens and veggies, and comes together in mere moments. The marinade is a classic blend of ginger, sesame, tamari and lemon juice. It is used to both marinate the mushrooms and also as a dipping sauce for your wraps. You can add in tahini or almond butter to the sauce if you would like a thicker, creamier consistency. 1 large collard leaf will usually yield enough for two smaller wraps once de-stemmed. Create as many wraps as you feel called to make!
Kelp noodles and veggies galore drenched in a spicy Asian inspired almond ginger sauce. 100% raw and health promoting! Let the sauce sit with your kelp noodles for at least 8-10 minutes or so before devouring, as this will soften the noodles giving them an absolutely delightful texture! Dinner is coming right up....
Thin, crunchy raw vegan corn chips work perfectly to scoop up a chunky tomato salsa by the mouthful. The perfect appetizer or addition to a Mexican-themed meal!
Sarahfae of Addicted to Veggies gave us a recipe for an amazing spicy Romesco sauce a few days ago and has morphed (as she does so well!) the sauce into a bold, creamy soup that can even be used as a rich, tangy a salad dressing if you wish. Top your soup with diced bell pepper, avocado, sprouts, and dried crimini mushrooms. Yum yum!
Searching high and low for the perfect homemade gazpacho soup recipe? Look no further! For a sweeter gazpacho you can use cherry tomatoes as the base. Somehow this soup just hits the spot every time with its tangy, savory deliciousness!
If you have been avoiding pesto because of its high oil content you will be delighted to try out this low fat raw vegan version by Kristina of Fully Raw!
Creamy, rich Romesco tomato sauce without the additional calories of blanched almonds used in traditional recipes. This sauce can be gently warmed on the stove top before being added to a bed of raw zucchini noodles. Just make sure to monitor the heat by testing with your finger or using a thermometer. This recipe makes a great, spicy and flavorful alternative to traditional pasta marinara sauce!
Kale chips are the perfect healthy delicious snack! If you'd like a different variation to the usual cheesy flavored kale chip try out this recipe by Laura Dawn. Crispy, crunchy kale chips with plenty of delicious tomato and herb flavor!
Kristina describes her fresh green salad creation complete with creamy avocado peach dressing. "Avocados and peaches are both summer delights! When combined, they create a creamy and sweet savor for your salad! Enjoy the sweet and juicy flavors of this salad! It is low fat, and it is so refreshing!"
Ulyana says, "It’s the perfect alternative to dairy and can be used on sandwiches, as a dip, sauce or dressing for many meals- cooked or raw, veggie or not." She used it as part of the base of an epic vegan pizza with plenty of yummy olives!
There is something so infinitely delicious about a fresh berry vinaigrette on a bed of tender garden greens. This fabulously pink salad dressing pairs well also with juicy heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, and sunflower sprouts! A perfect vinaigrette will have a 3:1 ratio of oil to vinegar as the base, and contain a variation of different herbs, spices, fruits or veggies. The options are truly endless!
A crunchy, satisfying recipe combining crisp bites of fresh broccoli florets, diced red bell pepper, sunflower seeds and an ultra light dressing of fresh herbs, crushed black pepper and olive oil. Perfect in it's simplicity!
A quick whirl in the blender and Voila! A wonderful chilled or slightly warm soup is served. This soup is creamy and full of flavor from red bell pepper, young Thai coconut, chipotle spice and masala. It is a combination of ingredients that just seem to hit the spot no matter what. Warming, grounding, and all life force left in tact, try out this soup for dinner tonight!
This a truly gourmet recipe by Laura Dawn that incorporates the vibrant flavors and textures of Mexican themed food, all without dairy, rice, corn, or anything cooked for that matter! Once your tortillas, sour cream, and vegan taco meat are prepared simply whip up a quick salsa or guacamole, pull together a few fresh toppings like cilantro leaves or sprouts, and you'll have a delicious, healthy meal that the whole family will enjoy!
When it's hot out no one wants to be slaving over a stove of boiling noodles. This is why raw recipes make so much more sense during the summer season! When it comes to raw pasta the secret is definitely in the sauce, and having a nice balance of salt, tang, and sweet will make all the difference. Enjoy this mouth watering pasta marinara by Lisa Viger for dinner tonight and keep the heat out of the kitchen.
A savory low fat raw vegan recipe for totally munchable, slightly dehydrated zuchinni chips and fresh herby chunky marinara! Bring the garden straight into your kitchen with this recipe by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram
A stunning Summer salad with some of the season's greatest fruity treasures! Freshly diced watermelon combines with peaches and tomatoes dressed with a lime and coconut nectar vinaigrette!
Brandi says, "This has been one of my favorite salads of the summer! It's amazing and perfect for the late summer and early fall when peppers are inexpensive and plentiful!" If collards aren't your thing try kale in this recipe too, both will be totally delicious!