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High Protein Meals... Naturally From the author of Triumph of the Lentil: Soy-Free Vegan Wholefoods for all Appetites comes another collection of hearty recipes - from easy everyday meals to gourmet feasts, all with clear directions and accurate timing. Hilda brings her signature style of creating flavoursome and satisfying food in the simplest way possible to this book wit High Protein Meals... Naturally From the author of Triumph of the Lentil: Soy-Free Vegan Wholefoods for all Appetites comes another collection of hearty recipes - from easy everyday meals to gourmet feasts, all with clear directions and accurate timing. Hilda brings her signature style of creating flavoursome and satisfying food in the simplest way possible to this book with its focus on high protein meals. High Protein Vegan focuses on nutritious, tasty and filling legume-based main meals, as well as decadent-but-healthy raw desserts. With over 100 recipes accompanied by 90 colour photographs, this book will motivate you to create delicious high protein vegan whole food meals and desserts. High Protein Vegan is... •Full of unique and tasty recipes, from new twists on old favourites through to innovative ways to serve vegetables and legumes. •Allergy-friendly, with soy-free options for all recipes and many options for other diets and allergies including gluten-free, nut-free, nightshade-free and allium-free. •Packed full of do-able recipes that can fit into busy lives. With High Protein Vegan you can learn to... •Create hearty and savoury meals with an awareness of umami flavour. •Modify your existing recipes to add extra protein from whole foods. •Make nutritious meals from scratch with a minimum of kitchen time. •Understand protein needs and other essential information on vegan nutrition. •Replace shop-bought vegan sausages with healthy homemade ones, with recipes in a variety of styles from the Australian-style pumpkin seed, lentil and herb sausages through to bratwurst and kaesekrainer. •Pasta alla Carbonara •Caesar Salad with Crispy Chickpea and Cauliflower Fritters •Bean and Mushroom Stroganoff, Sunchoke Crisps on Cannellini Bean and Sunchoke Puree with Arugula Pesto •Thai Green Curry •Spicy Carrot and Chickpea Tagine •Grain-Free Pad Thai •Swedish Not-Meatballs with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy •Bean and Sunflower Seed Rissoles •Chickpea Schnitzel Patties •Baked Chard Dolmathes Stuffed with Quinoa, Beans and Herbs •Cauliflower Parmigiana Bake •Pea and Cauliflower Samosa Pot Pies •Lentil Loaf •Lancashire Hot Pot •Spinach and 'Ricotta' Calzones •Pumpkin Seed, Lentil and Herb Sausages •Bratwurst •Lemon Cheezecake •Chocolate Ice Cream •Caramel Slice •Chocolate Mousse Cake •Halva •Muesli Bars and more...


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High Protein Meals... Naturally From the author of Triumph of the Lentil: Soy-Free Vegan Wholefoods for all Appetites comes another collection of hearty recipes - from easy everyday meals to gourmet feasts, all with clear directions and accurate timing. Hilda brings her signature style of creating flavoursome and satisfying food in the simplest way possible to this book wit High Protein Meals... Naturally From the author of Triumph of the Lentil: Soy-Free Vegan Wholefoods for all Appetites comes another collection of hearty recipes - from easy everyday meals to gourmet feasts, all with clear directions and accurate timing. Hilda brings her signature style of creating flavoursome and satisfying food in the simplest way possible to this book with its focus on high protein meals. High Protein Vegan focuses on nutritious, tasty and filling legume-based main meals, as well as decadent-but-healthy raw desserts. With over 100 recipes accompanied by 90 colour photographs, this book will motivate you to create delicious high protein vegan whole food meals and desserts. High Protein Vegan is... •Full of unique and tasty recipes, from new twists on old favourites through to innovative ways to serve vegetables and legumes. •Allergy-friendly, with soy-free options for all recipes and many options for other diets and allergies including gluten-free, nut-free, nightshade-free and allium-free. •Packed full of do-able recipes that can fit into busy lives. With High Protein Vegan you can learn to... •Create hearty and savoury meals with an awareness of umami flavour. •Modify your existing recipes to add extra protein from whole foods. •Make nutritious meals from scratch with a minimum of kitchen time. •Understand protein needs and other essential information on vegan nutrition. •Replace shop-bought vegan sausages with healthy homemade ones, with recipes in a variety of styles from the Australian-style pumpkin seed, lentil and herb sausages through to bratwurst and kaesekrainer. •Pasta alla Carbonara •Caesar Salad with Crispy Chickpea and Cauliflower Fritters •Bean and Mushroom Stroganoff, Sunchoke Crisps on Cannellini Bean and Sunchoke Puree with Arugula Pesto •Thai Green Curry •Spicy Carrot and Chickpea Tagine •Grain-Free Pad Thai •Swedish Not-Meatballs with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy •Bean and Sunflower Seed Rissoles •Chickpea Schnitzel Patties •Baked Chard Dolmathes Stuffed with Quinoa, Beans and Herbs •Cauliflower Parmigiana Bake •Pea and Cauliflower Samosa Pot Pies •Lentil Loaf •Lancashire Hot Pot •Spinach and 'Ricotta' Calzones •Pumpkin Seed, Lentil and Herb Sausages •Bratwurst •Lemon Cheezecake •Chocolate Ice Cream •Caramel Slice •Chocolate Mousse Cake •Halva •Muesli Bars and more...

59 review for High Protein Vegan: Hearty Whole Food Meals, Raw Desserts and More

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rashida

    My life is too busy. I need to do better about actually making meal plans and cooking at home. I've only made two things from the book so far, but that is all my fault. For comparison sakes, I've had Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day: Revolutionary New Takes On Everyone's Favorite On-the-Go Meal for longer and Vegan Eats World: 300 International Recipes for Savoring the Planet for about the same time. I've made 0 recipes out of both of them. So, clearly, the fault lies all with me and my laziness, a My life is too busy. I need to do better about actually making meal plans and cooking at home. I've only made two things from the book so far, but that is all my fault. For comparison sakes, I've had Vegan Sandwiches Save the Day: Revolutionary New Takes On Everyone's Favorite On-the-Go Meal for longer and Vegan Eats World: 300 International Recipes for Savoring the Planet for about the same time. I've made 0 recipes out of both of them. So, clearly, the fault lies all with me and my laziness, and not these awesome cookbooks. This one has much to recommend it. It is organized very nicely and comes with a bounty of beautiful color photos for nearly all (maybe all?) of the recipes. The recipes are nicely labeled for various concerns (the one that always grabs my attention is 45 minutes or less!). For me, one of the greatest concerns for a cookbook is the accessibility to the recipes. How much time will I have to sit down and decipher this book to come up with my meal plan, before I can even embark on the meal making? High Protein Vegan is a definite winner in that regard. The other piece of accessibility, is what is the likelihood that I can actually make the dishes I pick out? What are the techniques and the ingredients? this is another place this collection excels. Nearly every ingredient is something that I have stocked, or would regularly buy. (Note: I am a vegan so things like nutritional yeast and miso aren't exotic to me). The only ingredient that I did not already have and would not otherwise have picked up was chickpea flour. But, that one ingredient is used in many different iterations throughout the book, it is not prohibitively expensive, and is readily available at the grocery stores I frequent. So it was a welcome expansion of my cupboard. It means a lot to me that I can say for example, "Hey, I picked up a butternut squash, what should I make with that?" and then quickly and easily find a recipe that is appealing, ready quickly, and for which I have all the other ingredients in my home already. That is a highly valuable cookbook. The two things I've made thus far are the rice pilau and the pumpkin and chickpea masala. Both had very nice flavors, very aromatic, quick to come together. Another note about the recipes- many of them seem to make a LOT of finished product. I've got enough experience as a cook to be able to scale down a bit (it's usually myself and my toddler daughter eating the fancy vegan food in the house). But it is also good for leftovers and the like. Hilda also has some great basics in the book that you could incorporate in to your general kitchen knowledge, and use to go beyond these recipes. There's a great bit about the different non-dairy milks (how to make them, what they're best used for, etc.) that I've referenced in my own kind of off the cuff throw some food together moments. Really helpful stuff. I'd definitely recommend this to both new and seasoned vegan cooks. Even though my life hasn't allowed to make as much as I want, I know that I will be coming back to this often in the future. ***I won a copy of this book as a giveaway in the Vegan Cooking & Cookbooks Group

  2. 4 out of 5

    Marge Knopfler

    I came accross this book by chance at a live food cafe in my area. The recipies are amazing! I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to try some new inspiring healthy vegan recipies, will not be dissapointed.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Olson

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    Maria Hill AKA MH Books

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