Our Favourite Vegan and Gluten-Free Dinner Recipes
Plant-based and gluten-free dinners don’t need to be a nightmare to cook. Here are our top picks of vegan and gluten-free dinners that are delicious and always super satisfying.
This creamy curry is aromatic and deeply flavourful, making a great takeaway alternative that can be appreciated by both those who are gluten-free and those that aren’t. Drawing inspiration from pasanda and korma curries, our development kitchen assistant Iona has created a decadent curry with a kick, so it’s perfect for any spice lovers out there.
These Thai veggie skewers are really easy to make and make a fun, quick dinner that can be fried, grilled, or even thrown on a barbecue. Using tamari makes this recipe gluten-free, and firm tofu that’s been marinated give the skewers a ‘meaty’ element that is completely plant-based.
Take your next taco Tuesday up a notch with these delicious mushroom carnita creations. The mushrooms are succulent and tangy, soaking up the earthy, savoury marinade it is left in. The result is a taco that is zingy, fresh and full of flavour. Use corn tortillas and it’s also completely suitable for those who are vegan and gluten-free.
This satisfying and savoury fried rice recipe never fails to impress, despite using just a few pantry and freezer staples. It’s a great way to get more use out of your leftover rice, as well as being ideal if you’ve got some other odds and ends of vegetables
Poke made plant-based is the summery, bright dinner you need to make this week. It is a medley of textures and flavours, with sticky, nutty tempeh, crunchy fresh vegetables and creamy avocado. With a side of kimchi for extra umami tang, this poke bowl is ideal for warm nights where you don’t feel like spending much time over the stove — the majority of cooking time is spent just prepping. Try experimenting with different veg you have for a consistently delicious twist on the dish.
Let us know which is your favourite!
by Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.