Are you looking for vegan soul food recipes? Then this is the right place for you! We’ve got 11 delicious and comforting Southern recipes for you that are perfect for a nice family dinner. All 100 percent vegan!
Are you wondering what the term soul food means? It’s an ethic cuisine that was traditionally prepared by African-Americans in the American Southern states.
The expression “soul food” dates back to the 1960s, when “soul” was a word that was often used to describe African-American culture.
Common soul food recipes include beans, greens, cornmeal, and pork. All recipes in this roundup will of course be completely vegan.
We’ve got some delicious bean stews, corn bread, baked mac and cheese, and hush puppies for you! And when you’re full of all the delicious mains you could end the feast with a delicious Southern banana pudding.
So let’s get started!
This vegan jambalaya with beans and vegetables is the ultimate comfort food from the South! It’s super easy to make, so delicious, and packed with nutrients!
When you’re looking for an all- American, southern-style main course then try these vegan fried chicken drumsticks by Cadry from Cadry’s Kitchen. They’re super delicious and the satisfying. The preparation takes a little bit over an hour, but it’s so worth it!
You will love this vegan cornbread! It’s super easy to make, soft, moist, and buttery completely without dairy products or eggs! It’s great with chili or just on its own with vegan butter or maple syrup.
This black eyed pea soup by Jenn from Veggie Inspired is super comforting and perfect for colder days. It’s hearty, smokey, and easy to make!
This vegan gumbo with okra is the ultimate comfort food from the South! It’s hearty, filling, and so delicious! Serve it over rice for a healthy and delicious vegan dinner!
Of course we also need hush puppies for this roundup! Check out these air fryer hush puppies by Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine. They’re super crispy and fluffy on the inside. Plus, they’re entirely vegan and gluten-free.
If you love the aromatic flavors of traditional jambalaya then this cajun jambalaya pasta recipe is for you! It’s the perfect comfort food and it comes together super quickly.
Here’s another comfort recipes: a vegan Southern potato salad by Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine. It’s super creamy, simple, and perfect for potlucks!
And what would a roundup of soul food recipe be without collard greens? Collard greens are full if iron and vitamins like Vitamin C. Try this vegan version by Alisa from Go Dairy Free.
Are you looking for a Southern dessert after all these delicious recipes? Then try this Southern vegan banana pudding by Rebecca from Strength and Sunshine. It’s a no-bake recipe with layers of vanilla pudding, banana slices, and vanilla wafers.
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