7 Vegan Dinners to Try This Week

Nutrient-rich recipes that don't skimp on flavor.

Spice up your vegan meal plan! Eating vegan is terrific but tricky. You have to make sure you’re getting all of your essential nutrients. With the right ingredients and the right recipes, you’ll be satisfied and satiated in no time.

We’ve put together 7 Vegan Dinners to Try This Week, each with unique flavor and different ingredients. Your new favorite dinner recipe could be waiting on this list! Try them yourself, and once you fall in love, share them with your friends, vegan and non-vegan alike. They’ll be eternally grateful!

1. Spicy Sweet Potato and Bean Soup
This recipe is delicious and easy to make in your slow cooker. Once you smell it cooking, your tummy will be rumbling for a warm bowl of soup.

2. Quinoa Lentil Burgers
These delicious protein-packed patties contain lots of vitamins and minerals to keep you healthy and your cholesterol low.

3. Chickpea Curry
Chickpeas offer a punch of protein and are extremely versatile! Enjoy them in this dish with a zesty kick of curry flavor.

4. Sloppy Joes Made With Lentils
This hearty dish is reminiscent of a comfort-food favorite.

5. Asparagus and White Bean Pasta
Creamy and delicious, this pasta dish is highly satisfying and easy to fix.

6. Eggplant, Potato, and Mushroom Curry
Break out the crock pot and fill it with these delicious ingredients for a heavenly curry!

7. Sugar Snap Peas and Carrot Soba Noodles
Sweet and delicious snap peas go delightfully with soba noodles. There’s flavor and nutrition in every bite!

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Kara M

Kara is a scientific journalist and a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is passionate about conveying the truth in scientific phenomena and subsequently improving health and public awareness. Kara has a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in music. She also has research experience in microbiology, specifically work on the infectious agent Staphylococcus aureus.

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