Vegan Meal Plan: August 20


This week's meal plan is for all of our simple home cooks who are passionate about seasonal flavors. After all, it was Julia Childs who said that "cooking well does not mean cooking fancy."

The dishes we're making this week may look fancy, but they are easy to make and packed with fresh flavors.

We hope you make these recipes at home! Tag #feedfeed and @thefeedfeed on social for a chance to be featured.
MONDAY Fruity Caprese Dinner Salad
By @theroguebrusselsprout

Trust us when we say this is the salad of our dreams. It's packed with summertime produce like apricots, figs, avocado, fresh herbs and edible flowers. The flavors in this salad are unmatched – sweet, tart, and refreshing. It's perfect for a weekday lunch, a weeknight dinner, or side dish when entertaining guests. Not to mention, it's vegan & gluten-free, so everyone can enjoy it regardless of dietary restrictions. 


TUESDAY Portobello Mushroom Steaks with Cucumber Radish Salad
By @lindseyeatsla

These juicy portobello mushroom "steaks" are marinated in coconut milk, soy sauce, hot sauce, and seasonings before they are pan-seared. The mushrooms are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Paired with a simple cucumber & radish salad, this delicious dinner comes is as flavorful as it is simple. Not to mention, you can make it in less than 20 minutes.


WEDNESDAY Garlic Spinach Pasta
By @starinfinitefood

The secret to this creamy vegan pasta sauce is a combination of coconut milk & potatoes. Once boiled, the ingredients for the sauce are tossed in the blender, resulting in a luscious sauce you won't believe is plant-based. After you prep the sauce, return it to a pan with the cooked pasta and a big handful of fresh spinach before serving. 


THURSDAY BBQ Jackfruit Sandwich
By @plantbasedblonde

Tender jackfruit is seasoned with a blend of spices, then simmered in tangy barbecue sauce. Serve it on a toasted bun with crunchy broccoli slaw tossed in a creamy vegan mayo dressing, then top it off with crisp lettuce, zesty pickles, and optional hot sauce for an irresistible plant-based meal. 


WEEKEND BONUS Tomato Sauce Pressure Canning
By @chezlarae

If you love canning summer tomatoes, but hate the hassle of a water bath, this recipe is for you! Pressure canning cuts the tomato processing time in half and you don’t have a boiling cauldron going for hours.