Summertime is the best time to enjoy some freshly grilled veggies and perfectly barbecued proteins. It’s also the perfect time to try out some new recipes. Barbecued foods are delicious but it often limited to meat products. Surprise your guests with some of these VEGAN alternatives that will ensure satisfaction. No one will want to leave without grabbing the recipe first!
In some places, jackfruit is an everyday food. Jackfruit is a species of tree that is in the fig family. The fruit that grows from it is starchy and used in various foods like curry or turned into chips and noodles. In this recipe, Jackfruit will serve as the star of the dish becoming a tasty BBQ sandwich. This recipe for BBQ Jackfruit sandwich by @minimalistbaker is also topped with a delicious avocado slaw.
As a vegetarian, there is no need to eat salads exclusively at barbecues. This vegan recipe for Barbecue Ribs by @bakedin will complete your checklist for summer eats. Even your meat-eating friends will be happy to see this tasty alternative at the party.
Who doesn’t love a layered dip? This one is by @namelymarly, dips are easy to make and no two bites are the same! Creating a layered dip gives you the chance to create multiple blends of a flavor all at once. They are also perfect to share in a party setting. Whether you eat this dip with chips or on its own, this vegan dish is a great addition to any spread.
This chimichurri recipe is one you’ll want to hold on to. Chimichurri is a nice sauce that is good on almost anything. Many people use it before grilling meat but it is amazing on tofu as well. This recipe walks you through grilling tofu making a fresh and light alternative to meat. You can also use this recipe on a salad or on avocado. It is a truly versatile sauce that you’ll want to have in your cooking toolbox. Give this recipe by @bonappetitmag a try!
Everyone looks forward to a burger when they are on their way to a barbecue. Whether it’s beef, black bean, or portabella, there is nothing like taking a mouth-watering bite out of a burger. This one is by @olivemagazine made with black beans, rice, and a blend of seasonings. Tell those meat eaters to save some room on the grill, they’ll be envious when they smell the flavors that you’ve got cooking!