21 Quick Vegan Meals for Midweek Dinners

21 Quick Vegan Meals for Midweek Dinners


I don't know about you, but I live my life at top speed. I know it's not healthy, but that's just how it is. I have a day job, my blog to run as well as writing for various online and in print magazines and developing recipes for brands. On top of that I have a family to look after, a house to keep and meals to cook. Believe me I'm always in a rush.

Meals often have to be a speedy affair too. We're home late a few times a week, with a small window of opportunity for dinner before our wee boy needs to go to bed. It's all very tiring and it can be stressful too.

As I try to organise myself for the week (this doesn't always happen), I need interesting meals I can get to the table quickly, but they still have to taste good and be relatively healthy. No huge lists of ingredients either or any weird ingredients. It has to be simple, healthy and filling.

I've been searching the web for some of the best quick vegan recipes and I've found lots to share with you. I've also included some of my recipes too, which have been tested out and approved by my family before I share them.  

I hope you try some of these recipes and they inspire you to make your busy midweek dinners more varied.

21 Quick Vegan Meals You'll Love








4. Garden Biryani - Little Miss Meat Free
5. Spicy Three Bean Sausage Rolls - Tinned Tomatoes
6. Maple-Orange Roasted Chickpeas and Carrots (& brown rice bowl)- Coconut and Berries





9. Moroccan Style Potato Bake - Tinned Tomatoes





11. Minestrone Soup - Tinned Tomatoes




 

15. Eat the Rainbow Pasta - Tinned Tomatoes




17. Quick and Easy Five Vegetable Dal - Utterly Scrummy Food For Families
18. Fridge Lentil Soup - Tinned Tomatoes 




19. Black Bean Quinoa Chili - Food to Glow 



If you need more inspiration....






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RECIPE OF THE WEEK





This is the chip supper you would love to order from your local chip shop, but will be very lucky if it's on their menu.

It's a real winner but easy to make. Creamy tofu is coated in thick, crisp, spicy beer batter. Serve this chip shop battered tofu with chips, peas and tomato ketchup. I'm not keen on mushy peas but I know a lot of you out there love them, so you could serve them with those if you like or even baked beans.


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I hope these meals have inspired you to try some new recipes.  Thanks to everyone who contributed a recipe. Do share this post as a thank you to the contributors and save it for later.


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Meals often have to be a speedy affair midweek. Speed things up with 21 tasty and quick vegan midweek meals. #veganuary #vegan #veganrecipes #quickveganrecipes #easyveganrecipes


19 comments

  1. I'm impressed, as always when looking at your recipes. They look amazing, and I always find something that's perfect for me

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    1. Thanks, although they aren't all mine. I wish!

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  2. So many great sounding dishes, and thanks for including my tofu!

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    1. It looks wonderful Kalyn. I must try it soon!

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  3. Lovely roundup of recipes - no gold star for me as I can't spot any mistake!

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    1. Thanks Jan and never mind, that is better all round ;)

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  4. Wow I feel totally inspired by that little lot!!!! Liking the idea of the fritters... I've been toying with the idea of doing sweetcorn ones and really must just get on with it. Thanks for the inspiration Jac... maybe we should have a vegan week in the Feeding Boys household... it feels entirely possible looking at all those gorgeous ideas.

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    1. I know right! It just shows you how amazing and inspiring vegan food can be.

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  5. Numbers 1 and 16 look remarkably similar, Jac!

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    1. Indeed And. I was too tired to do anything about it. Well spotted.

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  6. Love this collection - I'm always looking for new quick dinner ideas :)

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  7. What wonderful recipes! Have bookmarked :)

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  8. some wonderful ideas here - quick and easy and so beautiful. Some new blogs to explore too :)

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    1. I know what you mean. I love finding fab new blogs.

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  9. Looks yummy but most of the links don't work! =(

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    1. Thanks for letting me know. When bloggers restructure their sites the links often don't work any more. It was really useful you telling me as I can go track down the new links. Thank you D :)

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x

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