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10 Vegan Christmas Dishes that Everyone'll Love

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10 Vegan Christmas Dishes that Everyone'll Love

If dairy and meat are off the menu this Christmas, it doesn't mean saying goodbye to a delicious festive feast, but welcoming some new recipes to the table.

Infact, take your pick of these vegan Christmas dishes which are so robust, tasty and vibrant, that your guests will positively embrace the meat and dairy free theme.

Whether chef inspired sides or traditional desserts, there's a way of turning many dishes vegan and making them a dish that everyone will love.

Take a look and see what dishes you want to sit down to this festive season.

Vegan Christmas Dishes

Quinoa Tartlets

These tiny parcels pack an umami punch and are a great finger food to serve with champagne as your feast gets underway.

Here's the recipe.

Vegan Broccoli Soup with Miso and Mushrooms

Broccoli soup is given a sophisticated twist with miso and mushrooms, making a very tasty appetizer.

Find the recipe here.

Cream of Potato and Leek Soup

Fancy flexing your culinary muscles? Try this chef recipe of potato cream with caramelized leek and saffron and prepare to impress.

Find the recipe here.

Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

If hearty soups are more your thing, serve this wonderfully earthy soup in small glasses decorated with chopped pistachios.

Find the recipe here.

Vegan Turkey

Ok, so there won't be turkey - but try this homemade tofurkey roll with mushrooms instead, an easy and tasty vegan alternative.

Find the recipe here.

Reb Cabbage with pomegranate

Add some vibrant colour to the table with this super easy salad that's big on crunch and flavour.

See the recipe here.

Brazilian Root Salad

 Chefs Helena Rizzo and Daniel Redondo gave us the recipe for this unusual side where root vegetables are given star treatment.

Find the recipe here.

Brussel Sprouts with Chestntuts

Forget boiled brussels and instead turn them into a delcious side dish the no one will be able to resist - caramalised chestnuts are tossed in a white balsamic sauce.

 See the recipe here.

Pears in Poached Wine

If you're looking for a light festive dessert try pears poached in red wine and full of cinnamon and syrup.

Find the recipe here.

Vegan Christmas Pudding

When it comes to traditional desserts you can go completely dairy and egg free with the classic British christmas pudding. No dairy and no eggs, but all that delicious flavour and texture.

Find the recipe here.

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