13 Extravagant Vegan Recipes To Try For May

by | May 10, 2018

No Eggs, No Dairy, No Problem. Here are 13 extravagant vegan recipes to try for May to blow your friends and family away. Perfect for any occasion!

 

Ratatouille

For a little spice, you can add either dried or fresh chiles (like Fresno, Thai, or red pepper flakes) to this classic ratatouille recipe.

Vegan Chocolate Tart with Salted Oat Crust

The cookie-like crust is made with coconut oil, rather than butter.

Grilled Mushrooms and Carrots with Sesame

The nutty, woodsy mushrooms play up the sweetness of the carrots. Memorize the dressing—it’s great on pretty much everything.


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Tomato and Cabbage Tabbouleh

A proper tabbouleh will be mainly vegetables and herbs, with just a smattering of bulgur threaded through. Make this when tomatoes are juicy, sweet, and in season.

Tomato-Peach Salad with Tofu Cream

No one will know this umami-packed creamy dressing is made with tofu; they’ll just think it’s delicious.

Grilled Cauliflower Steaks and Scallions

Introducing: Your new favorite way to cook cauliflower. P.S.: The sauce is great on just about all veggies.


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Spicy Tofu Crumbles

Try these tossed into stir-fries, as a burrito filling, or folded into sautéed greens.

Italian Crudités

There’s no creamy dip to hide behind here: Use the nicest spring vegetables and olive oil you can find.

Marinated Tofu with Peanuts and Charred Bean Sprouts

This soy-and-ginger-marinated tofu (no cooking required!) tastes way better than takeout.

Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup

What makes this soup creamy? A hearty russet potato!

Chocolate-Avocado Pudding

Skip the whipped cream, or else use coconut cream. There are no eggs in this rich pudding!


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Grilled Tofu with Chimichurri

Toasting the cumin seeds makes this sauce incredibly fragrant.

King Trumpet Yakitori

If king trumpet mushrooms aren’t available, use shiitake caps, which will also take well to the sweet-salty glaze.


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Marinated Beets with Pistachios and Tarragon

These get better with time, so don’t hesitate to make them ahead.


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