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If you’re fighting the flu, combatting a cold, or just feeling a little under the weather, a warm, comforting meal might be just what you need. Skip the hefty price tag of food delivery and try these nine vegan hotpot recipes that will leave you and your body feeling good.

9 Vegan Hotpot Recipes for When You’re Under the Weather

1. Spicy Bean Hotpot With Crispy Potato Topping

This hearty recipe tastes as good as it looks. Peppers, beans, and tomatoes make this meal nutritious as well as delicious. According to the recipe maker, “one of the best things about this spicy bean hotpot is that although it’s comfort food, it’s actually pretty healthy comfort food.”

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2. Tofu and Mushroom Hotpot

Tofu, mushrooms, and handfuls of veggies keeps your stomach full long after eating this Japanese-style dish. The recipe creator says, “A typical Japanese hot pot would feature slices of meat and fresh vegetables cooked together in a large open hot pot. But since we don’t eat that type of thang; i’m going to show you how to prepare this hot pot recipe without any meat or other yucky animal products!”

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3. Lentil and Vegetable Hotpot

This plant-powered recipe is part-hotpot, part-casserole and includes protein-rich lentils. The recipe contains dairy products so for an animal-free dish, just swap them for vegan cheese and plant-based butter.

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4. Mancunian Lancashire Hotpot

Curl up on the sofa with a plate of this hearty meal (or the whole dish – we won’t judge). According to the recipe maker, “Nothing beats a hearty Lancashire Hotpot on a cold day, and this meat-free Mancunian version really hits the spot!”

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5. Ultimate Vegan Shabu-Shabu/Hot Pot

Shabu-Shabu is a popular style of Japanese hotpot. Its ingredients are served raw and cooked tableside during the meal, according to the recipe creator. This meatless version is all you need this winter.

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6. Slow Cooker Hotpot

This slow-cooker meat-free stew includes fluffy dumplings. It’s budget-friendly and easy to prepare. It may even become a new regular in your weekly rotation. According to the recipe creator, “this dish is perfect for batch cooking, just divide it up into individual portions and you will always have warming stew at your fingertips.”

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7. Greengrocers’ Hotpot

This recipe packs 10 grams of protein and 14 grams of fiber. Its ingredients include many “hidden treasures” like flageolet beans and beetroots. The original recipe requires butter; to make the dish vegan, choose dairy-free.

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8. Vegetarian Hotpot

This Asian-style noodle soup is easy to prepare and good for you. It includes ginger, garlic, bok choy, and shiitake mushrooms. For an extra kick, add some chili-garlic sauce. The recipe creator notes, “this Asian-style noodle soup has all the makings of a one-pot meal. To punch up the heat, add a dab of chile-garlic sauce.”

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9. Veggie Hotpot

Crunchy golden breadcrumbs makes this dish a likely contender as a new favorite. Potatoes, parsnip, carrots, and cabbage keep it healthy as well as tasty.

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9 Vegan Hotpot Recipes for When You're Under the Weather
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9 Vegan Hotpot Recipes for When You're Under the Weather
These vegan hotpot recipes are ideal for a cosy night in. With nutritious plant-based ingredients, these stews and soups are healthy dinner ideas.
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