Veganuary: Plant-based recipes to give you a helping hand

  • Vegan potato Rogan Josh
  • Vegan potato curry with aubergine
  • Roast smashed baby potatoes with herbs and spices
  • Vegan potato, pea and chickpea samosas
  • Chunky triple cooked chips
Date
20th Jan 2021
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With many looking to get a kick-start to the year, January is often the month that is defined by healthy eating, exercise and Veganuary. Across the nation thousands of people pledge to a month of eating meat-free and plant-based meals.

2021 has already seen a record 500,000 sign-ups to the Veganuary movement so far, so if you’ve found yourself looking for recipe inspiration, or are even planning to continue with a vegan lifestyle, we have a selection of delicious recipes designed to make the switch even easier. 

Perfect plant-based meals  

  • This vegan potato Rogan Josh is the perfect quick and easy tea, simply serve with your favourite sides and condiments  
  • Perfectly spiced with hints of warming ginger and a subtle sweetness, these Asian-style stir-fry potatoes work well as a main meal or side dish  
  • If you’re looking for something with a kick, this vegan potato curry is made with aubergines and a blend of flavours and spices - a moreish and warming dish 

Comforting vegan snacks  

  • No roast dinner is complete without roasties and these smashed baby potatoes with herbs and spices are par-boiled and then smashed with a spoon before roasting to create lots of crispy bits - the best part!  
  • If you fancy getting creative in the kitchen, try these potato, pea and chickpea samosas. They’re an ideal finger food and baked in the oven for a crispy finish  
  • These vegan potato and onion bhajis are a real crowd-pleaser, they’re also baked rather than deep-fried so no added guilt is necessary  
  • These chunky triple cooked chips really are thrice as nice. Use Maris Piper if you can - they'll be crunchy on the outside and light and fluffy in the middle 

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