This hot sauce based on tomatoes and chili is a classic of the italian cuisine. It's most often already a vegan dish if served without parmesan.
Authentic Bolognese sauce in a vegan variation. Whether for Lasagne, with spaghetti or tagliatelle – you don't have to make any compromise with this recipe.
A traditional vegan Chili variation that is very close to origial recipe, with the help of jackfruit. It only takes a big pot and a bit of time.
A traditional hungarian goulash in a vegan variation with jackfruit and potatoes. This hearty one-pot wonder really satisfies.
Whether Napoli, Marinara or tomato sauce, it is always the same principle: sun-ripened tomatoes, fresh basil and good olive oil result in a perfectly balanced taste.
Because of the pistachios this variation of the classic Pesto alla Genovese is even more nutty, while basil and orange juice bring in freshness.
The Red Lentil Dal (or Masoor Dal) is an Indian one-pot wonder. With a few traditional spices and little effort, the lentils become a hearty, vegan stew.
Red Thai Curry is a classic dish in Thai cuisine. If you like fast and spicy food, you might not get enough of this. Best served with jasmin rice.
Soparnik is a salty mangold cake and a speciality in Croatia. It only needs a handful of ingredients and is perfect for satisfying a whole family.
This sweet and sour sauce goes well with many Asian and especially Chinese dishes. It is perfect with fresh vegetables and tofu out of the wok or simply as a dip.
This very thin, vegan Tarte Flambée in Alsatian style is topped with smoked tofu, potatoes and spring onions. Also in the own oven it becomes crispy and hearty tasty.
Authentic Italian gnocchi can be made at home in a short amout of time. This vegan recipe will perfectly work without the use of eggs.
Perhaps every ramen shop has its very unique recipe for a strong ramen broth. Here is another vegan variation, based on miso.
A vegan recipe for Pasta Alla Carbonara that's ready to be served in only 15 minutes. It is super creamy and hearty – it nearly tastes like the authentic original.
A Pesto is quickly made – tastes fresh, has intense flavour and can be kept for long periods. This variation is based on sun-dried tomatoes and olive oil.
What would the world be without Pizza? And why are there so few vegan variations? Yet it's so simple and the more often you make it, the better it gets.
A juicy vegan burger with pulled jackfruit with a spicy barbeque sauce. Served with brioche burger buns, cabbage and vegan cheese – just take a bite.
Risotto is the italian rice-based dish, that can be served as both entree and side. This vegan variation is just as good as any original recipe.
Seitan is one of the most versatile meat alternatives that you can easily make yourself. With only a few ingredients you get vegan steaks, schnitzel or gyros.