There are a lot of Vegan dinner recipes out there in the cyber world. I thought it would be helpful for all of you Vegan eaters to have the best recipes that are good for dinner all in one place.
My husband always says, “Food is food and if it tastes good, it’s a bonus.” I don’t feel that way exactly but no worries here. All of these recipes are absolutely delicious. My husband is sure to think every one of these recipes is a bonus. 🙂
Every one of these would be great for dinner for any occasion or just for you or you and your family tonight.
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One Pan Mexican Quinoa – Damn Delicious
Olive Oil – Garlic – Jalapeno – Broth – Black Beans – Tomatoes – Corn – Chili Powder – Cumin – Avocado – Lime – Fresh Cilantro
I love to make one pan dishes, they are so easy to throw in a pan and then they do the rest! This Mexican quinoa recipe is no exception. It is a light and nutritious dish the whole family can enjoy!
Orange Cauliflower – Yummily Yours
Cauliflower – Bell Peppers – Corn Starch – Flour – Oil – Garlic – Ground Ginger – Orange – Broth – Soy Sauce – Sriracha – Sesame Seeds – Green Onion
This is a vegan twist on a classic Chinese dish, Orange Chicken. The dish is cauliflower instead of chicken topped with a sweet and sour orange zest sauce.
Mexican Cornbread Pot Pie – Vegan Yak Attack
Coconut Oil – Red Onion – Bell Peppers – Jalapeno – Black Beans – Corn – Chili Powder – Cumin – Chipotle Powder – Smoked Paprika – Cayenne Pepper – Kale – Flax Seed – Cornmeal – Flour – Onion Powder – Non-Dairy Milk – Agave Nectar – Green Onions – Vegan Sour Cream – Fresh Cilantro
This recipe looks like a fun and delicious dish. It is a piece of cornbread on top hashed veggies with toppings add to the flavor of the dish.
Lentil Shepherd’s Pie – Delish Knowledge
Olive Oil – Leeks – Carrots – Celery – Garlic – Lentils – Broth – Bay Leaves – Fresh Thyme – Fresh Rosemary – Tomato Paste – Potatoes – Soy Milk – Dairy-Free Butter – Parsley – Peas or Green Beans
This is a vegan version of the traditional shepherd’s pie recipe with lentils instead of meat. This is a dish we ate a lot while growing up, it has really grown on me.
Pesto, Lentil and Basil Hand Pies – The Whinery
Yeast – Coconut Oil – Sugar – Garlic – Cumin – Flour – Pesto – Fresh Basil – Lentils – Lemon Juice – Maple Syrup – Olive Oil
This is a fun recipe for cute little pastries that are filled with pesto and lentils. They are light and work well as part of a meal or as a snack on the go.
9 of the Best Ever Vegan Lentil Burgers
Here is a list of the 9 best vegan lentil burgers that will make you choose to eat vegan whether you already eat vegan or not. Oh yes, burgers, Vegan or not, we have to have a burger every now and then, so you will want to try some of these Vegan Lentil Burgers.
I have quite a healthy appetite, which is probably one of the reasons I pack on the pounds easily! But even for someone, such as myself, who loves food and everything involving food, I was quite the food snob. I turned up my nose on recipes that were out of my comfort zone, for example, who puts lentils in a burger?
But even WORSE than that, who makes a burger ENTIRELY out of LENTILS!!! That’s insane!! It’s actually not, but a few years ago I would have banished it to the depths of the recipe barrel, way down at the bottom.
Now, I love lentil burgers! How did I become fascinated with Vegan Lentil Burgers? Well, I can thank some food show that I watched: this guy visited a variety of restaurants all around the U.S., and he stopped by a Vegan restaurant where people line up to have their homemade lentil burger, it’s considered one of the best lentil burgers.
My husband and I were so intrigued (mind you, he’s a TOTAL carnivore) that we headed over to see what all the hype was about. Now we are hooked! Moist, delicious, flavor, me oh my!
So today, ladies and gents, children of all ages, I’ve compiled the ONLY list you’ll ever need to create a delicious meal. You don’t have to be Vegan to want to try these Vegan Lentil Burger Recipes. Enjoy!
1. Lentil Burger – Contentedness Cooking
Mustard – Maple Syrup – Curry – Lentils – Raisins – Bread Crumbs
These burgers only use 4 ingredients so that makes them pretty easy to make for that reason alone. They are quite tasty with the spicy and sweet flavor of the creamy maple-flavored mustard sauce on top.
2. Lentil Walnut Burgers – Vegan Richa
Red Onions – Garlic – Ginger – Walnuts – Cilantro – Cumin – Coriander – Garam Masala – Basil – Rice – Lentils – Ketchup – Flaxseed Meal – Breadcrumbs
These burgers are made with special spices and walnuts, covered with an avocado ranch dressing. They are soy-free which I’m happy about. You can also sever them over a salad. They are especially good with juicy tomatoes, lettuce, pickled jalapeno, and onions. Another option is to load them with caramelized onions. The flavor of the earthy lentils goes really good with the sweet onions. You can also use any vegan mayo, BBQ sauce or ketchup you’d like. To make the ranching dressing you mix 1 cup vegan mayo or cashew cream with ranch dressing mix.
3. Vegan Beet Burgers – It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken
Beets – Oats – Lentils – Flour – Onion – Garlic – Peanut Butter – Thyme
I love the intense color of these burgers but what is really nice about these is how the beets provide a rich deep earthiness to the burgers. There is so much depth of flavor. The lentils and oats make a really good base. The most interesting part is you add a bit of peanut butter which adds some fat to balance everything and some richness with balances everything perfectly. The dough is sticky but once it’s cooked it gets nice and firm. This is not a mushy burger.
4. Red Lentil, Smashed Chickpea and Millet Burgers – Veggie and the Beast
Lentils – Millet – Real Salt – Olive Oil – Garlic – Onion – Bell Pepper – Chickpeas – Carrot – Chili Powder – Cumin – Oregano – Mustard – Pepitas – Oats – Flour – Flax Egg
Chewy millet smashed chickpeas and red lentils make up this base. Oats, pepitas, carrots, and green peppers add extra flavor and texture Garbanzo bean flours was added to make them easier to handle and to dry out the moister a little bit. All-purpose flour would work too. The combination of spices is the perfect combination of spicy, salty, and zesty but you can play around with them a little bit if you’d like. If you like yours crunchy you can fry them on the stovetop after they are finished baking. You can skip that step and eat them right out of the oven if you’re in a hurry or just can’t wait to eat them.
5. BBQ Lentil Veggie Burger with Mango Carrot Slaw – Vegan Richa
Mango – Carrot – Cabbage – Veganaise – Lentils – Garlic Powder – BBQ Sauce – Cauliflower – Carrots – Garlic – Ginger – Green Chili – Broccoli – Red Bell Pepper – Chipotle Pepper Powder – Onion Flakes – Cumin – Flaxmeal – Sesame Seeds – Chickpea Flour – Breadcrumbs
If you love BBQ sauce this is the recipe for you. These patties are made with pink/red lentils that cook up really quick. You cook the lentils with BBQ sauce and then there is more BBQ sauce added to the patty mixture. There is a bunch of grated roasted veggies added to the mixture which add a lot of flavor and texture. Then you make the mango carrot slaw and serve it on top. Talk about flavors mixed together!
6. Lentil Sloppy Joes – The Pretty Bee
Olive Oil – Green Lentils – Onion – Tomato Sauce – Mustard – Apple Cider Vinegar – Sugar – Black Pepper – Cumin – Chili Powder – Garlic Powder – Paprika – Hamburger Buns
In case you’re wondering, Yes I do consider a sloppy Joe a burger. Since these are made with lentils. I think they are a welcome change in the vegan diet. After eating lentil burgers and black bean burgers I think these are a great idea. They have a lot of advantages. You don’t have to worry about making them stick together and stay in the shape of a patty. You don’t need to add all the ingredients that make them stick together either. You can just mix all the ingredients together in a pan and serve them up. If you miss sloppy Joes this is what you’ve been looking for.
7. Lentil Nacho Burgers – Connoisseurus Veg
Lentils – Onion – Garlic – Walnuts – Panko Breadcrumbs – Red Wine Vinegar – Cumin – Chili Powder – Cayenne Pepper – Tahini – Almond Milk – Nutritional Yeast Flakes – Sriracha Hot Sauce
This burger is seasoned with Tex-Mex spices and lentils. They are topped with nacho sauce that is made from tahini. You can add whatever else you like to put on your nachos. This blogger used red onions, avocado slices, salsa, and jalapeno slices. Guacamole would be really good too if you’re up for that.
8. Swiss Chard Lentil Quinoa Burgers – Light Orange Bean
Lentils – Swiss Chard – Cilantro – Oat Flour – Corn Starch – Cumin – Canola Oil – Tahini
The main ingredients to make these are lentils, Swiss chard, and quinoa. Quinoa is a complete protein that is a naturally gluten-free grain. Not only do they provide carbohydrates and extra protein to the burgers they also make a very chewy texture. They make a great snack for kids since they are easy to cut up into pieces. Some tahini and chopped cilantro lived up the flavor and give it a fragrant nutty refreshing taste. After they are baked they are nice and chewy yet soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside.
9. Savory Lentil-Mushroom Burgers – Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen
Chia Seeds – Onion – Mushrooms – Garlic – Lentils – Oats – Cornstarch – Soy Sauce – Tomato Paste – Oregano – Basil – Paprika – Thyme
This doesn’t have a lot of fancy stuff mixed in. It’s just a plain old burger that you can put some pickled and ketchup on. Kids don’t like it when flavors clash, they like simple. So I included this recipe for the kids. Some lettuce, sprouts, and onion were added to make it as normal as possible.
9 of the Best Vegan Black Bean Recipes
Vegan Black Bean Recipes are Sooooo Yummy! I know Vegan black bean recipes can be a pretty broad spectrum. That’s why I tried to have a good variety. I have soup, one-dish meals, nachos, taquitos, enchiladas, and salads vegan black bean recipes here. I love black beans, I really like the taste much better than kidney beans.
Black beans are very healthy for you. But how good are they for you and why? Black beans are very high in fiber, folate, protein, and antioxidants. Black beans also have numerous other vitamins and minerals and make a complete protein when paired with brown rice.
That is probably why they are so commonly included in a vegan diet. Many Mexican and South American dishes also include black beans and rice. Plus beans are fairly inexpensive and easy to cook, especially if all you do is open a can of them.
Anyone will enjoy these recipes not just those on a vegan diet.
1. Best Healthy Smoky Vegan Black Bean Soup – See Below
2. Southwest Loaded Vegan Baked Sweet Potato with Tomatillo Crema – See Below
3. Cilanto Lime Vegan Taco – Spinach for Breakfast
Garlic – Scallions – Canned Black Beans – Green Chiles – Corn – Lime Juice – Cilantro – Olive Oil – Avocado – Hummus – Tortillas
These easy tacos have a lot of my favorite flavors into one. I love the combination of lime and cilantro together and you can’t go wrong with black beans and corn. The part that I wouldn’t have thought of doing would be spreading hummus on the tortilla first before adding the other ingredients to the top.
4. Summer Quinoa Salad – Kim’s Cravings
Bell Pepper – Tomatoes – Summer Squash – Canned Black Beans – Garbanzo Beans – Peaches – Red Onion – Cilantro – Avocado – Jalapenos – Lime Juice
Here is a unique quinoa salad that includes a lot of very summery fruits and vegetables to give it a complex and sweet and savory flavor. This would work well for a lunch or as a side dish to your next summer barbeque event.
5. Black Bean Mango Salad – Primavera Kitchen
Red Onion – Orange Bell Pepper – Mango – Corn – Canned Black Beans – Vinaigrette Dressing
This is simple, combine all the recipes together and mixes it up a salad with a vinaigrette dressing to pull it all together. After looking at the ingredients I would also enjoy putting this on my favorite tortilla chip and eating it like a salsa. The only difference is this recipe doesn’t call for tomatoes.
6. Black Bean Burgers with Chipotle Lime Tahini and Guacamole – Host the Toast
Canned Black Beans – Tahini – Jalapeno – Onion – Garlic – Cumin – Chili Powder – Panko Bread Crumbs – Buns – Lettuce – Tomato – Olive Oil – Lime – Chile Peppers – Avocados – Pepitas
Black bean burgers are a common thing to make but this version also includes chipotle-lime tahini and guacamole which adds so much personality and flavor to these black bean burgers. These are a great choice to go with any or every night of the summer.
7. Corn & Black Bean Taquitos with Creamy Avocado Dip – Eat Drink Love
Avocado – Soy Milk – Lime – Adobo Seasoning – Olive Oil – Onion – Canned Black Beans – Corn – Taco Seasoning – Jalapeno Pepper –
Like the black bean burger from the before it is all about the sauce adding flavor to the meal and these taquitos are the same way. It comes with a quick creamy avocado dip for the taquitos and adds moisture and flavor. There is something said for a 4 ingredient creamy sauce.
8. Healthy Loaded Black Bean Nachos – Chef Amber Shea
Red Bell Pepper – Cashews – Chili Powder – Cumin – Canned Black Beans – Cumin – Tortillas Chips – Salsa – Avocado – Green Onions
Nachos are known as being one of the most unhealthy snacks or treat you can have and can be found in venues all around. However, these nachos prove this notion wrong. They are not only healthy and packed full of nutrients but they are also quick to make and tastes great!
9. Butternut Squash Black Bean Enchiladas – Minimalist Baker
Butternut Squash – Oil – Canned Black Beans – Cumin – Corn Tortillas – Garlic – Tomato Sauce – Chipotle Pepper – Maple Syrup
I thought these enchiladas looked unique because of their flavors and so I thought some of you might enjoy trying something new. I personally would have not thought to put black beans and butternut squash in the same enchiladas but now that I think about it the combination sounds intriguing to try.
The 9 Best Vegan Black Bean Burgers Recipes
These are the Best Vegan Black Bean Burgers Recipes in the World! I had no idea there are so many variations of Vegan black bean burgers recipes! Beans are a staple of life in a lot of countries and a lot of diets especially the vegan diet. Beans are healthy and hearty and rather inexpensive. I especially like black beans because personally, I don’t get the bad digestive side effects that I do with other beans like kidney beans.
Vegan black bean burgers are the perfect solution to using black beans in your diet. I have 9 different recipes here and I put the main ingredients under the titles so you know at a glance if you are interested in looking at the whole recipe. I hope this saves you a lot of time. I think you are going to have a blast trying all of these different kinds of Vegan black bean burgers recipes there is quite a variety to choose from. Thanks for looking.
I think you’ll be happy to find some of my other vegan recipes.
1. Smokey Sweet Potato, Black Bean & Brown Rice Veggie Burger – She Likes Food
Black Beans – Brown Rice – Sweet Potatoes – Red Onion – Cilantro – Veganaise – Cumin – Garlic Powder – Smoked Paprika – Paprika – Olive Oil – Jalapeno – Curry Powder – Lemon Juice
These burgers can be used in so many different ways. Izzy has grilled them, yes you read that right. They can be grilled. She has also crumbled them up and put them in taco salad. She’s even eaten them raw I assume after the sweet potatoes and brown rice are cooked. She says the smoked paprika and the curry cilantro mayonnaise really kicked them up a notch to another level.
2. Smoky Tempeh Black Bean Burgers – Full of Plants
Oil – Onion – Garlic – Carrot – Red Bell Pepper – Soy Sauce – Maple Syrup – Almond Flour – Tomato Paste – Almond Butter – Black Beans – Cumin – Oregano – Smoked Paprika – Liquid Smoke – Tempeh – Sriracha – Tahini
Tempeh and black beans mixed together to create a really good texture. With sauteed onion added to the base and a little bit of flour and corn starch, it all sticks together nicely. It’s really easy to make since it has just 7 ingredients. It will take about 25 minutes to make them from start to finish. When you put them on a toasted bun with caramelized onion, sriracha mayo, sliced avocado, your favorite greens and fresh tomatoes your mouth will be in heaven.
4. Smoky Black Bean Burgers with Guacamole and Plantain Chips – Connoisseurus Veg
Red Onion – Garlic – Jalapeno – Black Beans – Panko Breadcrumbs – Cilantro – Lime Juice – Liquid Smoke – Cumin – Chipotle Chili Powder – Chili Powder – Olive Oil
What makes these burgers special? It’s the plantain chips and the guacamole! The plantain chips are very addictive. You might want to make a double batch because they might be gone before you get to put them on the burger if you don’t. The guacamole is right at home on a sandwich especially with these plantain chips on there too. It’s kind of like eating chips and dip on a burger. Yummy
The burger is all about the cilantro lime sauce. It’s a really good topper on a spicy burger like this since it is cool and tangy. When this sauce is on the burger it is what I call a messy, smash it down burger with a messy sauce that drips down your chin. Keep a lot of napkins close by and don’t be afraid of it. Just smash it down and dive in.
Brita set out to create a burger that holds together well and doesn’t fall apart when you take the first bite. She says she accomplished that goal. Yeah for Brita! After the quinoa is cooked you just blend everything else together and cook them up in a skillet. Easy Peasy. Since all the ingredients are already cooked you don’t really need to fry these up for very long. Just long enough to get them heated through and have a nice little crust on the outside. Cooking them less will keep them from getting dried out.
When you first look at these you might think they are made with raw ground beef but that definitely isn’t the case. They packed full of beets. They are topped with a balsamic glaze which adds a touch of sweetness and a bunch of zip. I think the beets add a ton of color and flavor and moistness. Did you know that beets are actually really good for you? My grandma said they make your blood red but I think she was just kidding me.