Vegan chinese food

Explore a collection of mouthwatering vegan Chinese food recipes that are sure to satisfy your cravings. Discover how to create flavorful dishes that are both healthy and cruelty-free.
This Kung Pao Cauliflower is a delicious stir-fry which is spicy, hearty, satisfying, and comforting. It's a great meat-free Chinese takeout alternative to Kung Pao Chicken! The Kung Pao sauce has the perfect combination of spicy, salty and sweet flavors which will make your mouth water. The recipe is vegan, gluten-free, low in fat and calories, and can be made oil-free! #kungpao #kungpaocauliflower #veganstirfry #spicydinner #glutenfreevegan #elasrecipes | elavegan.com Kung Pao, Vegane Rezepte, Rezepte, Resep Sehat, Veggie Dishes, Vegetarian Dishes, Veggie Recipes, Tasty Vegetarian Recipes, Vegan Dishes

This Kung Pao Cauliflower is a delicious stir-fry which is spicy, hearty, satisfying, and comforting. It's a great meat-free Chinese takeout alternative to Kung Pao Chicken! The Kung Pao sauce has the perfect combination of spicy, salty and sweet flavors which will make your mouth water. The recipe is vegan, gluten-free, low in fat and calories, and can be made oil-free! #kungpao #kungpaocauliflower #veganstirfry #spicydinner #glutenfreevegan #elasrecipes | elavegan.com

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Vegan Chinese Food, Sweet N Sour Pork Recipe, Sweet And Sour Pork, Vegan Chinese, Chinese Sweet And Sour Pork Recipe, Cooking Recipes, Whole Food Recipes, Vegan Main Dishes, Vegan Dinners

A personal favourite of mine growing up was Sweet and Sour Pork that we’d order at Chinese restaurants during family gatherings and celebrations such as the Lunar New Year.The pieces of pork (vegan soy chunks, in this case) are coated in a generous amount of cornstarch before being fried to a golden brown crisp.The sauce is a perfect balance of sweet and sour with a little tanginess from the vinegar and hints of fruitiness from the pineapple.

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Healthy Recipes, Tempeh, Foodies, Mongolian Beef, Vegetarian Asian Recipes, Vegan Beef, Vegan Chinese Food, Vegan Chinese, Vegetarian Dishes

This Vegan Mongolian “Beef” is made with soy chunks coated in starch and then fried to a crisp before being stir-fried with an aromatic blend of garlic, ginger, and scallions. It’s coated in a sweet soy glaze that beautifully coats the crunchy pieces of soy chunks to replace the usual “beef” in this recipe.

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Ashley Barker