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Weeknight Cooking

5 Weeknight Dinners That Happen to Be Vegan

As chosen by someone who eats meat.
October 30, 2023
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Photo by Linda Xiao

Let’s get this out of the way: I’m not vegan. I never have been, and I probably never will be. But as I started sifting through recipes to make this week, I noticed quite a few dairy- and meat-free options in the mix. I’m not entirely sure what’s gotten into me (I rarely eat a meal that doesn’t include seafood, dairy, or eggs), but I decided to lean into it and pick five all-vegan recipes for this round of weeknight dinners. Here’s what I’ll be making.

1. Braised Shiitake Mushrooms

Last week, I wrote about Lucas Sin’s technique for cooking mushrooms by boiling them in water. It goes against every rule I thought I knew about working with mushrooms, and I’m completely intrigued.

2. Pasta With Silkiest Eggplant Sauce From Francis Lam

Though nothing can replace a creamy, dairy-rich pasta dish, I’m curious to try other ways of achieving a similarly silky texture. I love eggplant, so this recipe is a no-brainer.

3. Rich & Creamy Beans From Rachel Roddy

Yes, these beans take a while for a weeknight, but there are only five ingredients (including olive oil and salt) and it’s as hands-off as a recipe can get. I’ll likely wilt some greens into the beans at the last minute, then serve alongside a hunk of crusty bread.

4. Purnima Garg's Eggplant and Tomato Curry

I realize that this is the second eggplant dish of the week, but as I said earlier, I love this occasionally polarizing vegetable. Eggplant + tomato is a particularly magical combination, especially when combined with garam masala, coriander, and other spices.

5. Creamy Artichoke & Green Chile Soup

It’s the end of October, which means I’m legally obligated to include a soup on this list. Here, cashew cream and a Russet potato give the soup body and richness that would typically come from dairy. But it’s the topping—crispy, roasted artichoke hearts—that I’m truly drawn to.

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What are you cooking this week? Tell us in the comments!
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Written by: Anabelle Doliner

Staff Editor


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