Vegan Dinners

The Planet Organic range of vegan dinner ideas, dishes and ingredients is packed full of great vegan dinner healthy choices for you and your family to enjoy.  Whether you are looking for pre-prepared vegan dinner meals or inspiration to create your own vegan dinner dishes, we are here to help. Our carefully selected vegan dinner options form part of our wider vegan range. They mean you can live free of animal-derived products and cruelty-free without having to miss out on taste and quality. 

Whatsmore, Planet Organic has made sharing a vegan dinner quick and easy.  You can have any vegan dinner dishes or ingredients that take your fancy delivered straight to your home ready for friends and family. 

Vegan Dinner Recipes

Peanut Curry with Natural Coconut Yog
Luna & Fennel Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Pesto and Asparagus

Luna & Fennel Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Pesto and Asparagus

Luna & Fennel's cauli pizzas are vegan, wheat free and utterly delicious. This recipe offers a little seasonal inspiration for toppin...
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Cashew, Sweet Potato and Tamarind Curry

Cashew, Sweet Potato and Tamarind Curry

Our friends at Rude Health have teamed up with ultimate vegetarian foodie and author of The Modern Cook's Year, Anna Jones, for this comf...
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Protein-Packed Vegan Burrito Bowl

Protein-Packed Vegan Burrito Bowl

Profusion’s Protein Mince is made from just two ingredients (fava bean protein and pea protein) and provides over 50g of protein per 100g...
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Teriyaki Tempeh Poke Bowl Recipe

Teriyaki Tempeh Poke Bowl Recipe

This vegan poke bowl by Gold & Green uses their Pulled Oats for plant-based protein, marinated in teriyaki for flavour. Perfect for ...
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Green Goddess Noodle Salad from Biona

Green Goddess Noodle Salad from Biona

Whether you’re working or not, taking a proper break away from laptops and phones to refuel with nourishing food is essential. Try this...
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Ultimate Winter Bliss Bowl from RAW Vibrant Living

Ultimate Winter Bliss Bowl from RAW Vibrant Living

Try RAW Health's ultimate winter bliss bowl for the perfect mid-week dinner.
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Hazelnut and Basil Mac and Cheese

Hazelnut and Basil Mac and Cheese

Five ingredients. Five steps. This is a great way to load your mac and cheese with greens. This dish, from Rude Health & Anna Jones, ...
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Whether you are just starting on a vegan diet or committed to the lifestyle, we have created this vegan dinner guide to help you create meals you and your family and friend will enjoy togethor. With a huge range of vegan products available in our store, we have plenty of advice and tips to pass on.

What can vegans eat for dinner?

Removing animal-products from your diet means you still have a range of exciting plant-based ingredients to choose from. These include obvious choices such as fruits and vegetables. legumes including peas, beans, and lentils, nuts and seeds, breads, rice, and pasta and dairy alternatives such as soymilk, coconut milk and almond milk. Today, the range of specialist meat-alternative and innovative ingredients continues to grow. There has never been more choice when it comes to dinner.

What should I make for a vegan dinner?

Vegan curry, pasta dishes, noodles, chilli and salads are perhaps predictable. However, there is no reason not to embrace more ambitious fare such as fajitas, ramens and dhals and many other choices from a variety of cuisines. Don’t forget comfort food such as vegan pizzas and mac & cheese alternatives too. The world is truly your oyster when it comes to vegan food today.

What is a typical vegan dinner?

There is no rule book to consider when preparing a vegan dinner. The only thing to consider is avoiding animal products and using 100% plant-based ingredients. It is worth noting all the products in Planet Organic’s vegan range have been carefully selected from trusted suppliers. We do all the checking, so you don’t have to.

How to plan a vegan dinner

The main task in preparing vegan meals is carefully checking ingredients. Some products aren’t clearly identified as deriving from animals, such as flavouring or colouring, so it always pays to do your research.