From roasted eggplant steak to kimchi and black bean tostadas: our eight best vegan recipes of the day!

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On your marks, ready, recipes! Here are our fresh-from-the-mill recipes just published in one convenient place! These are the best vegan recipes of the day and are now part of the thousands of recipes on our Food monster app! Our new recipes include eggplant steaks and tostadas, so if you’re looking for something new and delicious, these recipes are for you!

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1. Roasted Eggplant Steak

Vegan Roasted Eggplant Steak

Source: Roasted Eggplant Steak

You’ve probably never eaten eggplant this way, but once you try it, you won’t want to eat it any other way! First char the eggplant skin to remove it. Then we rub these Roasted Eggplant Steaks from Romy London into a savory mixture and press them into a hot pan to release the moisture and condense the eggplant, creating a wonderfully meaty texture that picks up flavors easily. It’s perfect for an evening roast as it serves two. It’s also easy to scale up if you’re looking to serve a bigger crowd! Reprinted with permission from The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Roasts by Romy London, Page Street Publishing Co. 2022. Photo credit: Romina Callwtiz

2. Kimchi and black bean tostadas

Vegan Kimchi and Black Bean Tostadas

Source: Kimchi and Black Bean Tostadas

When I first started traveling to learn more about cooking, I went to America and was particularly impressed with the South American influences. Tamales, tostadas and quesadillas were new words to me and I was excited to explore what was possible; I was blown away by their high energy and bright flavors. This energy is totally in line with the Mind Food ethos. Here, with these black bean kimchi tostadas from Lauren Lovatt, I wanted to make a version of the tostadas with stimulating black beans, a tangy pomegranate and CBD dressing, all with a crispy kimchi base.

3. Peanut Tofu Wrap

Vegan wrap with tofu and peanuts

Source: Peanut Tofu Wrap

Tofu is a great way to get protein in your diet, especially if you’re vegetarian or vegan. The Peanut Tofu in this Vicky Coates Peanut Tofu Wrap alone in this recipe contains about 19g of protein. With an extra 5g of protein in the package! Tofu is also an excellent source of amino acids, iron and other micronutrients! Although it doesn’t have a strong flavor, adding something like this peanut sauce takes it to a whole new level.

4. Zucchini stuffed with buckwheat and lentils

Vegan round zucchini stuffed with buckwheat and lentils

Source: Zucchini stuffed with buckwheat and lentils

This dish is a tasty version of a traditional dish, very nutritious and rich in protein! Instead of rice, this round zucchini stuffed with buckwheat and lentils from Lenia & Dimitra uses extra buckwheat and lentils!

5. Poppy seed buns

Vegan poppy seed buns

Source: Poppy Seed Buns

There is nothing complicated and elaborate in the recipe. But, they are so good! These poppyseed buns from Namita Tiwari are slightly sweet, chewy and soft, the poppyseed buns have a nice crunch and nuttiness thanks to the poppyseeds in the dough. They taste absolutely amazing with homemade apricot jam or vegan butter.

6. Peanut Butter Granola Clusters

Peanut Butter Vegan Granola Clusters

Source: Peanut Butter Granola Clusters

A mega hazelnut granola that will make you reach seconds and thirds. You have to try these Peanut Butter Granola Clusters from Robin Browne!

7. 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters

3-Ingredient Vegan Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters

Source: 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters

If you’re craving an easy chocolate snack that’s better for your body than the usual store-bought chocolates, these 3-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Almond Clusters from Michele Elizabeth are a must-have. Crispy, sweet and savory, they satisfy three cravings in one bite – plus, they contain chocolate. It’s so easy to make them in large batches that you can always keep a batch in your fridge.

8. Chocolate Nut Seed Clusters

Vegan Chocolate Nut Seed Clusters

Source: Chocolate Nut Seed Clusters

These clusters of chocolate seeds and nuts from Taryn Fitz-Gerald are a perfect example of a delicious and nutritious treat, which will leave you feeling well-being and satisfied. A quick and easy recipe that’s packed with healthy fats. Perfect for keto/vegan diets, these clusters are free of refined sugar, gluten, and dairy. The perfect healthy indulgence.

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