Decent vegan meat recipes are hard to come by. Not every vegan meat is made the same, and every person has their preferences. No matter what, you’re almost guaranteed, but each recipe will be rich in protein!
A variety of meats can be turned into a vegan recipe that can be just as chewy and delicious.
There are several vegan types of meat you can try, and I have two recipes. The first one is a vegan “chicken” that can be made as chicken breasts, popcorn chicken, etc.
The second recipe is a vegan ground beef recipe. You can make this recipe into meatloaf, meatballs, burgers, and so much more!
Here is the vegan chicken recipe by Nora cooks. It is made to be shaped like chicken breast, but you can shape them however you want as long as you cook them evenly.
Also, this recipe will call for vital wheat gluten, which is known as seitan. It is a meat substitute that gives a chewy texture!
This vegan meat recipe is by PowerHunger! Included are some meals you can make it with and a way to store them.
Here are two ways you can make vegan ground beef into a meal! The third section is how you can store your meat if it is not being used right away.
Preheat the oven to 190C and shape your meat to your desired size. About 3cm balls will result in 20 total for a pound of meat.
Place the meatballs on parchment paper on top of a baking sheet and bake until brown. It will be about 25 – 30 minutes, depending on the size.
You can add your oil of choice for burgers if you want to, but no more than 2 tablespoons. Shape into patties and place on the baking sheet, and bake for 18 to 23 minutes at 190C. Bottoms should be browned.
Cut your meat into smaller portions and wrap them tightly with plastic wrap. Place them in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 2 days. Or you can place them in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Hopefully, you enjoyed these two vegan meat recipes. Again they can be cooked in any meal you like.
They are super easy to make and rich in nutrients. For more vegan recipes, you can check out our other articles!
Yes, vegan meat contains less saturated fat and is a good source of fibre.
The healthiest types of vegan meat can include one of the following:
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