From Asparagus and Mushroom Stir-Fry Bowls to Misir Wot (Ethiopian Lentil Stew): 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Final Week!


When everyone has a recipe in mind, you know it must have something special that you want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. You are among the best and trust us when we say you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers!

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1. Asparagus and mushroom pan shells

Source: Asparagus and Mushroom Mixing Bowls

Although you can buy asparagus at any time of the year, there is nothing quite like spring, when the asparagus is in bloom, with wonderfully crispy spears and a fresh, grassy aroma. If you can, grab some thin spears that cook faster and are more tender. And as with every pan, these asparagus and mushroom pan shells from Kelli Foster come together in a flash. So have all the ingredients ready before you start cooking.

2. Turmeric cauliflower and Dijon butternut squash

Vegan turmeric cauliflower and Dijon butternut squash

Source: Turmeric Cauliflower and Dijon Butternut Squash

Basic herbs and spices can turn a dish from bland and unexciting to upscale and gourmet. The basis of this turmeric, cauliflower and Dijon butternut squash from Annie Kimmelman is cauliflower and butternut squash.

3.Misir Wot (Ethiopian lentil stew)

Vegan Misir Wot (Ethiopian Lentil Stew)

Source: Misir Wot (Ethiopian Lentil Stew)

Misir Wot (Ethiopian lentil stew) by Denise Perrault transforms red lentils into an incredibly fragrant and aromatic plant-based eating experience.

4. Carrot Cake Muffins

Vegan carrot cake muffins

Source: Carrot Cake Muffins

These carrot cake muffins from Kristen Genton are so fluffy and moist, have tons of carrot cake flavor, and are hard to get off your hands!

5. Mushroom Shawarma Bowls

Vegan mushroom shawarma bowls

Source: Mushroom Shawarma Bowls

These mushroom shawarma bowls by Kelli Foster, a mix of fleshy mushrooms, are the perfect substitute for otherwise meat-heavy kebab. They are coated with a mixture of warm, smoky spices such as cumin, paprika, turmeric and a pinch of cinnamon as well as a pinch of lemon before they are toasted to perfection with slightly crispy edges.

6. Chickpea fries with rosemary and garlic aioli

Vegan chickpea fries with rosemary and garlic aioli

Source: Chickpea Fries with Rosemary Garlic Aioli

These chickpea fries with rosemary garlic aioli from Mitch and Justine Chapman are crispy. They are crispy. It’s chickpea fries with rosemary and garlic aioli! Hold the phone. Can you make french fries with chickpeas? Yup! And you’ll find out in a moment how.

7. Vanilla bean scones with vanilla glaze

Vegan vanilla bean scones with vanilla glaze

Source: Vanilla Bean Scones with Vanilla Glaze

These vanilla-iced vanilla bean scones from Megan Calipari really put vanilla in the spotlight. And boy does it seem.

8. Creamy taco noodles with a saucepan and black beans

Vegan creamy stew taco noodles with black beans

Source: Stew Creamy Taco Noodles with Black Beans

This creamy black bean stew taco pasta by Maggie Wescott with black beans is a simple and healthy weekday dinner. The noodles are cooked in enchilada sauce, onions, garlic and paprika and then tossed with yogurt for a deliciously creamy sauce. This stew recipe will quickly become your new favorite!

9. Coconut butter brioche

Vegan coconut butter brioche

Source: Coconut Butter Brioche

And now I have again taken experimental liberties in the circle – the result is a rich yet light vegan version of a bread that is the perfect breakfast companion. My vegan husband loves these rolls the way they are. I enjoy this coconut butter brioche from Naturally Sweet Vegan Treats, Marisa Alvarsson, served with nut butters and non-dairy spreads.

10. Peanut Butter Pad Thai

Vegan peanut butter Pad Thai

Source: Peanut Butter Pad Thai

This peanut butter pad thai from Kristen Genton just got amazing! The secret is to add peanut butter to create a smooth, thick sauce that will coat the noodles and add tons of flavor. Lively, salty and slightly sweet. This pad thai sauce will quickly become your favorite noodle sauce!

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