For those that have never gotten the chance to try this delectable dish, quiche is a French tart. It usually consists of a pastry crust filled with a savory filling (typically a custard), as well as cheese, meat, fish, or vegetables.
Of course, for this vegan quiche, I went with vegetables. I have made many quiches over the past few years. Non-vegans always think the quiches feature eggs and cream because the taste and eggy texture closely resemble traditional dairy- and egg-based quiches. You can serve quiches either hot or cold.
My pea and mint quiche filling does not contain any animal-derived ingredients. Some of its ingredients include silken tofu, mixed herbs, plant-based milk, nutritional yeast, mustard, mint, and, of course, peas.
We have been having some hot weather lately, so I thought a pea and mint quiche with coleslaw and potato salad would make a lovely light dinner.[amd-zlrecipe-recipe:262]
Can’t get enough of this delicious French tart? Try making this easy, egg-free vegan tomato and cheese quiche! The filling features firm tofu, onions, garlic, vegan cream cheese, broccoli, tomato, vegan cheese, and much more! This hearty, savory quiche will surely be a crowd-pleaser no matter where you serve it! Have it for brunch with English muffins, tea, and something sweet, like a vegan scone.
If you’re looking for a delicious side dish to serve alongside your main course, try making these sweet and savory, orange-glazed carrots. The recipe calls for only four ingredients: carrots, freshly squeezed orange juice, brown sugar, and unsalted vegan butter. Plus, it’s easy-to-make. This pairs well with multiple dishes, from mushroom steaks to grain bowls.
Another tasty and very filling dinner option is soup! This dairy-free, creamy leek and potato spring soup is deliciously creamy and smooth. According to the recipe’s author, “the watercress adds an invigorating, peppery note.” The dish can be made in under 30 minutes and features only a handful of ingredients. These include onion, garlic cloves, leeks, potatoes, watercress, plant-based milk, and vegetable stock. Serve it with bread or your favorite grain.
This recipe was republished with permission from Aaron Calder Vegan.