14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

We celebrate the start of Chinese New Year with meat free versions of some traditional Chinese recipes.

For the next 15 days celebrations will take place around the world to mark the year of the goat, sheep or ram. Apparently there is a bit of a confusion this year caused by the Mandarin Chinese character yang: 羊 which means “horned animal”.

I am lucky enough to live close enough to Wing Yip a Chinese superstore where you can pretty much find anything, but it should be easy enough to find most ingredients for the recipes below from your local supermarket. I love wontons / dumplings which, despite appearances, are pretty straightforward to make. If you cannot find prepared dough / wrappers, do check this handy tutorial from the Kitchn to make them from scratch.

Make sure you share you favourite vegetarian or vegan Chinese dish in the comments bow below!

 

14 Meat Free Recipes To Celebrate Chinese New Year

Vegan General Tso Tofu by One Green Planet
Vegan General Tso Tofu by One Green Planet

Veggie Chinese Pancakes [vegetarian] by BBC Good Food

Vegan Dim Sum by Jamie Oliver

Five Spice Crispy Tofu [vegan] by Rachel Demuth Five Spice Crispy Tofu [vegan] by Rachel Demuth

Vegan Kun Pao by Oh My Veggies

Vegan Fried Rice With Scrambled Tofu by Vegan Insanity

Chinese Scallion Pancake [vegan] by The Kitchn

The Governors Kung Bao [vegan] by Hello Fresh

Chinese Dumplings [vegetarian] by Jessica in The Kitchen

Chinese Dumplings [vegetarian] by Jessica in The Kitchen

Kung Pao Chickpeas [vegan] by She Knows

Vegetarian Wonton Soup by China Sichuan Food

Veggie Loaded Chow Mein [vegetarian] by The Wanderlust Kitchen

Veggie Loaded Chow Mein [vegetarian] by The Wanderlust Kitchen

Vegetable Egg Fried Rice [vegetarian] by The Woks Life

Vegetable Spring Rolls [vegan] by Archana’s Kitchen

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