Soy curls may not always be the easiest product to get, but they are one of the best vegan meat substitutes out there. They are minimally processed, easily absorb flavors and have an amazing texture that rivals any animal meat. Here are 10 recipes that feature this versatile and delicious product!
1. Bbq Soy Curly Salad
Source: BBQ Soy Curls Salad
Denise Perrault’s BBQ Soy Curl Salad is a quick winner of a recipe bursting with flavour, from the barbecue vegan soy curls to the smokey oil-free paprika dressing.
2. Lightened Soy Curls Al Pastor
Source: Enlightened Soy Curls Al Pastor
You’ll love this plant-based version of authentic al pastor tacos. Serve on homemade corn tortillas topped with chopped onions, cilantro, and lime juice.
3. Sweet and Spicy Sticky Soy Curls
Source: Sweet & Spicy Sticky Soy Curls
These Sweet & Spicy Sticky Soy Curls from Robin not only look good but are also easy to make! The black sesame and onions garnish adds a pop of color too!
4. Asian Soy Curl Salad
Source: Asian Soy Curl Salad
The flavors and textures in this Asian restaurant-inspired salad are out of this world. All the raw vegetables are bright and delicious, while the soy curls are spicy and juicy and delicious. The almonds and sesame seeds provide a nutty taste. The dressing is balanced with sweet, savory, spicy and spicy. The red cabbage is crispy, the greens are tender, the almonds are toasted and the soy curls… well, the soy curls are just crispy and delicious. It’s the salad to make when you have guests and want to impress them. This Asian Soy Curl Salad from Rhea Parsons is similar to the big, fancy salads you get in restaurants, but better.
5. Bbq Soy Curl Taco Bowls With Pickled Onions
Source: Bbq Soy Curl Taco Bowls With Pickled Onions
Pickled onions are a new obsession of mine and I love them everywhere, especially anything barbecued. In combination with the barbecue soy curls and the crispy taco bowl, a delicious flavor combination is created that cannot be beaten. These BBQ Soy Curl Taco Bowls with Pickled Onions from Kristy Turner are spectacular!
6. Orange ‘chicken’ with mixed vegetables and brown rice
Source: Orange ‘Chicken’ with Mixed Vegetables and Brown Rice
This orange soy curls recipe is sweet, tangy, sticky and delicious. Served with a side of brown rice and a variety of sautéed vegetables, it’s a meal that will keep you full and satisfied. This orange ‘chicken’ with mixed vegetables and brown rice from Rhea Parsons is sure to be a household favorite, so you know you’ll be making it again and again.
7. Hungarian Paprikash
Source: Hungarian Paprikash
This Hungarian Paprikash from Lena Novak with Soy Curls, Shiitake Mushrooms in a Cashew Sour Cream Sauce is cozy and delicious. It’s perfect for cold nights when you want something hearty.
8. Savory Sweet Cluck-Free Strips Sandwiches
Source: Savory Sweet Cluck-Free Strips Sandwiches
Because I can never say no to a good sandwich. Or peanut butter. I don’t know if you’ve tried soy curls, but if you loved chicken before you went vegan, you’ll be happy to hear that they’re the perfect cruelty-free substitute. These Savory Sweet Cluck-Free Strips Sandwiches from Celine Steen are unbelievably good!
9. Easy Healthy Orange Chicken
Source: Easy Healthy Orange Chicken
Have you ever had soy curls? They are truly magical ingredients and so much fun to cook with! If you’re new to a plant-based diet, soy curls will become your absolute favorite! They are a great meat substitute while not being overly processed or have too many crazy ingredients. This Easy Healthy Orange Chicken from Marina Yanay-Triner is not only incredibly delicious, but it is also packed with nutrients, as soy is one of the most nutritious foods: iron, calcium, protein and lots of fiber.
Vegan Okonomiyaki is perfect for any meal. The ingredients for these vegan savory omelets or pancakes are super easy to get and cheap! After you’ve made the batter, you can add just about any fillings you want. ‘Okonomiyaki’ means ‘grilled as you like’. And it’s true – you can add all kinds of junk, leftovers, etc. So use your imagination with this Vegan Okonomiyaki from Bryanna Clark Grogan and add what you like!
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