These four dishes are my vegan contribution to our first ever extended family vegetarian Passover seder tomorrow (to be held at my home)!
As I said, I made four dishes (like the four sons and the four corners of matzah). Wanted something with matzot, an eggplant lasagna. Something that tastes like meat for carnivores: vegan faux chicken liver, something filling with kosher-for-Passover grain, quinoa with cabbage, brussel sprouts and other veggies, and something sweet, of course, the Sephardic version of the Charoset!
Charoset with lots of dates raisins and nuts!
This super awesome blog by Nava Atlas was my inspiration! Please go to that link for the recipes. My only change was that I couldn’t find vegan kosher-for-passover cheese replacement and so I didn’t add it to the lasagna. I guess this is more of a mafrum but without the soy meat because that one is not kosher for Passover here either. Also I added spices such as cumin and curcumin (turmeric) because it felt bland to me without them!
Quinoa with brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots and mushrooms
I also replaced broccoli in the quinoa with brussel sprouts because they are in season now and I am enamored with that vegetable!
Matzah cheese-less lasagna
These dishes are really fun to make and are not too difficult. Hope you will try them!
Faux liver from onions, mushrooms and cashew!
Again for recipes, go to this blog by Nava Atlas (favorited forever).