Get creative in the kitchen this weekend with our collection of extra-special vegan dishes. We've hand-picked the most flavoursome, colourful, and exciting plant-based recipes on our site, including Rachel Ama's crispy jerk barbecue tacos and Ottolenghi's umami-rich portobello steaks with butterbean mash. Read on for the full collection . . .
If you're missing your usual Sunday roast, this clever recipe for 'Chicken' Supreme makes an excellent substitute. Fried oyster mushrooms do a wonderful job of replacing the chicken, while the rich, creamy sauce is made using white wine and vegan cream.
Fried Chermoula Cauliflower on Herby Bean Dip with Slaw from Eat Green by Melissa Hemsley
This deeply flavoursome and visually stunning dish is surprisingly simple to whip up - it takes just thirty minutes and makes a beautiful centrepiece for a plant-based sharing feast.
For something lavish and truly unusual, try this Turnip Cake from Ottolenghi FLAVOUR. Inspired by traditional Chinese dim sum, this sweet-and-salty dish is guaranteed to set those taste buds a-tingling - especially when served with these Leeks with Miso and Chive Salsa.
Rachel Ama puts a tasty Caribbean twist on a Mexican classic, using oyster mushrooms, jerk barbecue sauce, and fried plantain. This is a recipe that's guaranteed to be popular with vegans and meat-eaters alike.
Slowly roasted with chipotle chilli, garlic, and various spices, these meaty portobello steaks are bursting with umami flavour. Serve them atop the creamy butter bean mash for a simple but highly effective meal.
No weekend feast is complete without an indulgent dessert! Elly Pear's Aquafaba Chocolate Mousse is lighter than air, intensely chocolatey, and super straightforward to make.