18 Vegan Japanese Dishes

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Okonomiyaki, The Savory Japanese Pancake – a meal in a pancake. Love it. So will the kids. Get the recipe
http://www.saralynnpaige.com/food/recipes/okonomiyaki-the-savory-japanese-pancake/

Easy Vegan Sushi – sushi is just as good without raw fish. Get the recipe
http://www.colourfulpalate.com/2011/04/28/vegan-sushi/

Vegan Gyoza (Japanese Potstickers / Dumplings) – delightful morsels of pan friend and steamed goodness. I challenge you to

stop at one. Get the recipe
http://norecipes.com/vegan-gyoza-recipe/

Miso Udon Noodle Soup – miso soup gets a punchy makeover. Get the recipe
http://blog.seasonwithspice.com/2013/10/miso-udon-noodle-soup-recipe.html

Deconstructed Sushi Salad – why roll when you can throw it all in a bowl? Get the recipe
http://eat-spin-run-repeat.com/2013/09/25/healthy-deconstructed-sushi-salad/

Sweet Potato and Avocado Onigiri (Rice Balls) – great meal on the go. That’s why they sell these in convenience stores in

Japan instead of sandwiches. Get the recipe
http://jenessasdinners.blogspot.com.au/2013/12/sweet-potato-and-avocado-yaki-onigiri.html#.U1B7laW3LwI

Cucumbers with Sesame Seeds – go nutty over these cucumbers. You’ll love it. Get the recipe
http://www.foodjimoto.com/2011/05/japanese-style-cucumbers.html

Sesame Ginger Cucumber Soba Noodles – soba soba soba, can’t get enough of this versatile noodle. Get the recipe
http://cookieandkate.com/2013/sesame-ginger-and-cucumber-soba-noodles/

Spicy Soba Noodles – spiced up soba. Get the recipe
http://jenessasdinners.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/spicy-soba-noodles.html#.U1B7paW3LwI

Wakame (Seaweed Salad) – find out why you should be getting more seaweed in your diet here:

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2006/apr/15/healthandwellbeing.features)
http://www.feastingonart.com/2011/01/utagawa-kuniyoshi-wakame-seaweed-salad.html

Vegan Japanese Curry – milder than Indian curries, just as tasty (if not tastier…). Get the recipe
http://veganmiam.com/recipes/curry-japones-de-verduras-vegano-vegan-japanese-curry

Daigaku Imo (candied potatoes) – you won’t be able to stop eating these. They are sublime. Get the recipe
http://www.inomthings.com/?p=2394

Kale, Mushroom and Garlic Soba Noodles – the trendy Kale gets a Japanese makeover. Get the recipe
http://appetiteforchina.com/recipes/black-garlic-soba-noodles/

Cold Tofu – served simple, this is a classic Japanese side dish, perfect for hot summer days. Omit the bonito flakes (it’s

fish). Get the recipe
http://www.anncoojournal.com/2013/10/hiyayakko-japanese-cold-tofu.html

Cold Somen Noodles with Vegan Dipping Sauce – classic traditional Japanese noodles made vegan. Get the recipe
http://www.justveggingout.com/2010/04/cold-somen-noodles-with-vegan-dipping.html

Tempura – Japans answer to battered fish and chips, made vegan. Get the recipe
http://veganyumyum.com/2009/02/vegetable-tempura/

Miso & Shiitake Ramen with Hoisin Glazed Tofu – the traditional hearty noodle soup gets a vegan spin. Get the recipe.
http://www.blueapron.com/recipes/miso-shiitake-ramen-with-hoisin-glazed-tofu

Mochi – very traditional stick rice Japanese sweet with chocolate truffle centre. Divine. Get the recipe
http://blog.wagashi-net.de/2012/01/mochi-pralines/

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Comments

Sudarshan Mandlecha says:

I am visiting japan in month of April 2018 ,i am vegetarian if you habe more dishes other than this please mention here

KawaiiLumpette says:

Yum it all looks delicious 😊

Nia Garcia says:

Wow! You are an amazing cook! Everything looks delicious! I love Far Eastern cuisine mostly from Japan, Korea and China! It can be hard to find vegan Japanese and sometimes Korean food, because fish and meat broths are so popular in restaurant dishes. I have learned to make some things myself! It's easy to add seaweed or shiitake broth to replace the animal based broths! I am very careful now when I go to Asian restaurants, because many times they just don't get the concept of "vegan", i. e. the server usually reassures me the dish is vegan, yet I find bits of bone or chicken flesh at the bottom of my bowl… or the product has a very distinctive fish taste when I taste it. I made my own Tteokbokki last night, Onigiri the night before and Ma Po Tofu the night before that – all vegan! It's so much fun 🙂

パクジフン says:

its vegan just okay of u dont mind the added fish dashi in some or every meals

ademir neissius soares says:

eugosto mt das coisas do jspao aq no brszil ms não sei sevou gosts do japao qlugar so boa noite bjos guida

Froy Bakhuis says:

Good healthy looking dishes

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