I love this curry for when I need something quick, easy, and yet still full of wonderful flavor. This curry is comfort in a bowl, and the one-pan method makes it simple. This dish comes together quickly, so be sure to have all of your ingredients prepped and ready to go before you start.
You can serve this over rice, if you like, to soak up even more of the sauce. The cashews provide a lovely crunch to this dish, but you can omit them to make it nut-free.
If you like this recipe that’s easy to make, creates minimal dishes and cleaning up after, you’ll love more one-pot meals from the vegan recipe kingdom.
This healthy, whole-foods, plant-based-friendly one-pot lentil and coconut curry is perfect when you’re lacking motivation to meticulously prepare a multi-course meal, or simply crave a generous bowl of comfort food.
A light yet appetite-satiating lunch or dinner that can be made with ease, try this easy egg-free tomato and vegan cheese quiche. And, for more information on why vegans don’t eat eggs with what they use as substitutes, we’ve got you covered, too.
While you’re on the easy vegan recipe train, don’t slow down. Breakfast is not exempt from the convenience cooking movement. We’ve got a vegan easy egg McMuffin recipe with plant-based egg and sausage and it’s kind of everything. It’s almost too easy to make it your everyday rise and shine.
A different easy vegan breakfast option is egg-style, gluten-free, vegan asparagus omelette. Yes, the dish is not inherently vegan. Yes, the veganized version doesn’t use the ingredients you’d expect. But, is it a recipe that could quickly become your early morning staple? You bet it is.
Excerpted from The Vegan 8 by Brandi Doming. Copyright © 2018 Oxmoor House. Reprinted with permission from TI Inc. Books, a division of Meredith Corporation. New York, NY. All rights reserved.