Warm, filling holiday side dish recipes such as vegan stuffing, macaroni and “cheese,” cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, and mashed potatoes and vegan gravy make beautiful and delicious additions to any menu. But what about the main dish? We’ve got you covered with these options.
This stuffed roast resembles a store-bought Tofurky Roast, but your guests will appreciate the TLC you put into making this from scratch.
There’s just something about cauliflower steak that looks gorgeous as a part of any meal. And bonus: It can be made gluten-free.
While this recipe works as a main or side dish, the flavor combination of sweet, spicy, and savory will please any palate.
Wellingtons are the best option for those who like texture. The meaty seitan is surrounded by savory duxelles, and it’s all wrapped in flaky phyllo dough.
Vegan sausage, chopped pieces of green apple, and walnuts steal the show in this recipe. It’s another dish that looks as delicious as it tastes.
Beets add a bold color to this dish and to your dinner table.
The ingredients in this loaf make for a hearty main dish that’s healthful, too.
This recipe features a thick dough made from combining vital wheat gluten and veggie broth. The dough is then filled with stuffing, rolled up, and baked. Decadent and delicious!
Another dish that can act as an appetizer or the main entrée, your guests will love this mushroom-filled flaky indulgence.
Depending on the size of the pepper used, these can be perfect as appetizers or the main course.
This recipe uses all the quintessential holiday ingredients—rosemary, sage, and thyme—yum!
This dish’s key ingredient is the apple brandy (but apple juice concentrate works fine, too).
This beautiful tart uses a creamy cauliflower purée and is topped with sliced fresh figs.
Anything with the words “vegan,” “pumpkin,” and” ravioli” is a winner in my book.
Seitan is made from vital wheat gluten and is great when you’re in need of extra protein.
And if you’re not an expert in the kitchen, don’t worry! You can order your favorite types of vegan roasts from convenient online grocers like PETA Business Friend Fake Meats and have them delivered right to you to use in your favorite recipes. The blog I Love Vegan shows you how to make a store-bought Tofurky Roast look exquisite: