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Vegan Recipes: the conscious diet made easy

Delicious and diverse: vegan recipes for every occasion can be found at Knorr. Curry, tangine and hearty soups – be inspired by these vegan recipes!


Parsnip Soup


This delightful soup is made with coconut milk, giving it a rich and creamy texture. The nutty flavour of parsnips is beautifully paired with spicy, warming ginger. Add something extra and Top it off with red chillies or chives for a perfect week-day meal.

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Miso Soup
This tasty soup can be put together in 15 minutes or less. Simply pour the broth of miso paste and stock over some protein-rich tofu, then add some fresh spring onions or chillies and enjoy!

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Autumnal Root Vegetable Soup

Pumpkin (or butternut), carrots, and potatoes come together with thyme and parsley in this quick, easy recipe. Enjoy the delicious flavours of autumn in this hearty and satisfying soup!

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Knorr Vegetable Soup for Vegans

Butterbeans are packed with fibre and protein. Hearty vegetables like potatoes, carrots, and broccoli simmered in delicious Knorr Vegetable Stock make this soup a tasty and filling vegan meal.

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Chickpea Tagine


Chickpeas are loaded with protein and fibre, making them the perfect centre-piece for this hearty and delicious vegan main dish. Turmeric, cumin, and ginger all add an exotic touch. 

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Tofu Stir-Fry
Sesame coated tofu takes centre stage in this simple yet substantial main dish. Soy sauce and vegetable stock add depth of flavour, and Asian vegetables like bamboo shoots and water chestnut make this an exotic everyday dish for the whole family.

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Tagliatelle Arrabiata

This Italian classic gets a kick thanks to our Knorr Chilli Flavour Pot. A hearty tomato sauce served over perfectly cooked tagliatelle makes an easy and delightful dinner for busy week-days.

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This delicious, intensely flavoured olive-based paste makes a great starter. Serve it on hearty crackers or toasted, crusty bread. It works equally well as a pasta sauce over thick Italian noodles such as tagliatelle or farfalle.

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