There are so many misconceptions about a vegan diet. Tell someone you’re vegan and you’ll get questions like, do you get enough protein? Isn’t a vegan diet very expensive? Are there delicious vegan recipes?
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These are all myths. You can easily get enough protein in a vegan diet. In fact, plant protein is shown to be healthier, since meat protein has been linked to heart disease and cancer. And, as you’ll see from the delicious recipes below, a vegan diet is very affordable.
Don’t hesitate to try these recipes, they’re simple and take little time to prep. Here are 10 one-pot vegan recipes.
You can cook this meal any day of the week since it doesn’t take much time to prep. It’s perfect if you’re craving a sweet and spicy meal.
This is more of a vegetarian diet because it contains Guinness, which isn’t vegan. But you can make it vegan by substituting Guinness with a stout like Samuel Smith’s.
If you’re tired of meat substitutes or red lentils, this is the perfect recipe for you.
Do you want to lose weight? If so, kidney beans are among the best weight loss foods since they contain protein, fiber and folate. You can eat as much kidney bean curry as you want without worrying about excess calories.
This hearty soup is perfect for dinner. In fact, it’s enough to make a complete meal since it contains split peas. Feel free to substitute split peas with lentils.
The Hoppin’ John dish is delicious and nutritious. It contains fiber, protein and carbs.
Don’t let the long list of ingredients put you off, most of the ingredients are optional. Hominy soup is healthy and it will keep you warm in this cold winter weather.
You will love this 5-ingredient recipe. It’s sweet, healthy, spicy, filling and easy to prep. Feel free to add avocado for a well-balanced meal.
This recipe is quite simple. You only need to prep the veggies for a few minutes, then toss everything in a pot. You can combine it with rice or eat it on its own.
Give this African stew a shot. It’s delicious and gluten-free. Serve it with quinoa or brown rice.
Which of these one-pot recipes will you try first?