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Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration

Vegan Spring Recipes for Earth Day Celebration

Vegan Spring Recipes are here for you to celebrate. The buds sprout, and the trees bloom!  Is it not wonderful when we, together with nature, wake up from winter sleep?   With the chirping of the birds and sunshine, spring announces itself. In the kitchen, spring greets us with young vegetables, first wild garlic, and other fresh herbs. Finally, there are strawberries, rhubarb, and other spring items in the garden and on the markets.

April 22nd has been the focus of environmental protection since 1970. Today, the so-called Earth Day is celebrated in more than 150 countries around the world. The goal is to encourage people to think about their ecology and sustainability.

Who created Earth Day?

Both the name and concept of Earth Day were first proposed in 1969 by US American John McConnel at a UNESCO conference in San Francisco. In the context of his proposal, McConnel described March 21, 1970, the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere, as the possible date for this day, which was later proclaimed by the then UN Secretary-General, U Thant, as a worldwide day of environmental protection.

From US Earth Day to the International Day of Mother Earth

Since 1990, Earth Day has always been celebrated on 22 April as a global campaign with many actions and events. The first international edition of Earth Day was aimed at raising public awareness of the environmental problems presented at the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. Read more about Earth Day here >

We spice up Earth Day with our Vegan Spring Recipes prepared with herbs, vegetables, and other fresh ingredients.  We can create delicious dishes with which you can start in the spring. Use our Vegan Spring Recipes to gather ideas for soups, salads, and pasta, which you can then enjoy with the whole family, not only on World Earth Day.

Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration

Snap Pea Salad With Basil-Mint Dressing

Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration

This gorgeous salad from The Silver Platter” is refreshing, clean, and simple. As an almost all-green salad with very few ingredients, the unique cut on the sweet snap peas exposing the tiny green treasures hidden within makes it so elegant to present. Recipe here

Asparagus salad with radish


Farfalle in wild garlic pesto with green asparagus

Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration
500 g of farfalle (or other noodles)
1 kg of green asparagus
4 tablespoons olive oil
Garlic granules (fine)
For the wild garlic pesto:

150 ml of olive oil
100 g fresh wild garlic
75 g walnuts
75 g of cashew kernels
2 tbsp yeast flakes
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1-2 For the Cashew Walnut Parmesan:
30 g walnuts
20 g of cashew kernels
5 tablespoons of yeast flakes

The Spring is here: green asparagus and wild garlic are not to be missed!  In this dish, we combine both in a super simple pasta dish and with a delicious, vegan Parmesan alternative: For the wild garlic pesto, wash the fresh wild garlic, dab it dry, and add it together with the walnuts and cashew nuts. Add olive oil and lemon juice and season with the yeast flakes and salt. Now blend everything in a Vitamix at the highest level to a fine pesto. When the pesto is ready, place it aside.

Wash the asparagus, cut off the woody ends, and peel. Preheat the oven to 180 ° C. Place the asparagus on a baking tray covered with baking paper and brush with the olive oil. Then sprinkle with garlic granules and salt. In the preheated oven, cook the asparagus for about 15-20 minutes. In the meantime, cook the farfalle in salt water. While the asparagus bakes in the oven and the noodles boil, the cashew walnut parmesan can be prepared. To do this, simply blend the walnuts, cashew nuts, and yeast flakes together.

Drain the pasta water and mix the noodles with the pesto, and then spread over the plates. Take the asparagus out of the oven and put it over the noodles. Add the cashew walnut parmesan.

Arugula Strawberry Salad

The perfect balance of bitter and sweet, this Strawberry Arugula Salad is made with fresh arugula and sliced berries, dressed with maple balsamic vinaigrette, and garnished with candied pecans.

Dilled Chickpea Burger With Spicy Yogurt Sauce

Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration

No one will ever know these burgers are made of chickpeas unless you tell them. Shallots, chickpeas, tahini, and spices are combined and sautéed to crisp perfection for one of the most satisfying veggie burgers we’ve tasted. Recipe here

Vegan Grilled Garden Vegetable Lasagna With Puttanesca Sauce

Vegan Spring Recipes Not Only For The Earth Day Celebration

Zucchini can be watery and lacking in flavor or texture, so when Scot proposed putting a vegetable lasagna that featured zucchini on the menu, I was skeptical. But the flavors he builds into this lasagna are extraordinary. It’s an Italian flag on a plate — green pesto, white almond ricotta and rich red puttanesca sauce. The grilled eggplant, roasted red bell pepper, and zucchini that intermingle with the pasta layers cut down on carbs and calories and add nutrition. Recipe here

Vegan Pea soup

Vegan soup recipes don’t get any easier than this Vegan Pea Soup. It’s simple, fast, and high in protein and fiber, and you probably already have everything you need to make it.

Chickpea Pizza  And Spinach

Chickpea + Spinach Masala Pizza – a homemade pizza dough with a creamy skillet-baked Indian Masala marinara sauce, and finally topped with spinach, Indian spiced chickpeas, onions, and vegan mozzarella. If you love Indian food, you’ve gotta try this Indian Style Pizza asap!