21 Delicious Vegan JAPANESE Recipes

21 Delicious Vegan JAPANESE Recipes

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Most are not 100% traditional – fact is, alot of Japanese cooking has some form of fish in it (as fish is the base of most stocks). Miso Glazed Eggplant – anything miso glazed is divine. Okonomiyaki, The Savory Japanese Pancake – a meal in a pancake. Teriyaki Tofu – who needs teriyaki chicken? Easy Vegan Sushi – sushi is just as good without raw fish. Quinoa Sushi Rolls – making the sushi with this power grain. Doesn’t get any healthier. Vegan Gyoza (Japanese Potstickers / Dumplings) – delightful morsels of pan friend and steamed goodness. I challenge you to stop at one. Miso Udon Noodle Soup – miso soup gets a punchy makeover. Deconstructed Sushi Salad – why roll when you can throw it all in a bowl? Sweet Potato and Avocado Onigiri (Rice Balls) – great meal on the go. That’s why they sell these in convenience stores in Japan instead of sandwiches. Cucumbers with Sesame Seeds – go nutty over these cucumbers. Sesame Ginger Cucumber Soba Noodles – soba soba soba, can’t get enough of this versatile noodle. Spicy Soba Noodles – spiced up soba. Vegan Japanese Curry – milder than Indian curries, just as tasty (if not tastier…). Daigaku Imo (candied potatoes) – you won’t be able to stop eating these. Kale, Mushroom and Garlic Soba Noodles – the trendy Kale gets a Japanese makeover. Cold Tofu – served simple, this is a classic Japanese side dish, perfect for hot summer days. Omit the bonito flakes (it’s fish). Cold Somen Noodles with Vegan Dipping Sauce – classic traditional Japanese noodles made vegan. Tempura – Japans answer to battered fish and chips, made vegan. Miso & Shiitake Ramen with Hoisin Glazed Tofu – the traditional hearty noodle soup gets a vegan spin. Mochi – very traditional stick rice Japanese sweet with chocolate truffle centre. I believe you can make great food with everyday ingredients even if you’re short on time and cost conscious.

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