Looking for high-protein vegan meals? Want to make the most out of plant-based protein? Check out our recipes below, and then take a look at our other high-protein ideas.
High-protein vegan meals
The perfect midweek vegan dinner, this bhaji comes packed with chestnut mushrooms, garlic, ginger and turmeric. Serve with warm, fluffy naans for mopping all those juices up.
Check out our easy vegan coronation salad recipe with smoked tofu, fragrant madras curry powder and sweet mango chutney. Plus this simple salad is low in calories, too.
Try our vibrant salad recipe with crispy golden tofu and crunchy vegetables. This easy dish is vegan-friendly, high in protein and low in calories.
This gluten-free miso soup with crispy smoked tofu is a perfect low calorie midweek meal, it’s warming, cleansing and super easy to make.
Beans, tomato and spinach for when it’s cold outside: a recipe with a kick, perfect for meat-free Monday with the family. High protein and only 153 calories per serving.
The people of Sichuan love chilli and the lip tingle of sichuan peppercorns – exactly what this dish celebrates. Add plenty of chiu chow chilli oil to really make it sing.
This recipe for broccoli and peanut soba noodles is really easy to make and ready in 20 minutes or less. The fresh greens are a great combination with the noodles while the roasted peanuts adds a crunchy texture to the dish.
Perfectly suited to those who want a light 5:2-friendly meal, this healthy low-cal vegan lentil dish is high in protein but low in fat.
This Tenderstem®, new potato and radish salad is vegan, easy to make and ready in just 20 minutes – ideal for a midweek meal.
This Chinese-style purple sprouting broccoli with tofu recipe is easy, vegan and under 500 calories.
This recipe for roast broccoli with lentils and preserved lemon makes for a really easy midweek meal for one. It’s vegetarian, ready in under and hour and around 300 calories, but still delivers big, punchy flavours. You’re welcome.
This recipe for cauliflower rice with aubergine ragoût is great for a light meal. By blitzing cauliflower in a food processor and quickly cooking, you get the consistency and texture of rice but without the carbs and with fewer calories. It still fills you up, and it’s quicker to cook, too.