As Thanksgiving approaches, you’re no doubt in search of some sides for your vegan thanksgiving spread. These vegan sides are filled to the brim with delicious flavours and will make your day complete!
Unbelievably, Thanksgiving is upon us again and it’s time to plan the magnificent vegan feast for your family and friends.
It is incredible how creative we can all be when it comes to creating vegan Thanksgiving alternatives. From vegan meatloaf to tempeh Shepherd’s pie to Native Wellingtons, I have no doubt it’s going to be amazing.
If you have the mains all sorted, you’ll need some vegan side salads to accompany them. At The Devil Wears Salad, we have a wonderful array of vegan recipes and you’ll no doubt find something in this compilation.
We’ve included nutty wild rice, crunchy persimmons and vegan classics such as coleslaw. Enough variety to please all your guests.
This is a truly useful collection of vegan salads and I hope you’ll knock their socks off! Happy Thanksgiving!
If you’re wondering what to do with persimmons because your tree is overflowing, try this sweet persimmon salad recipe topped with candied hazelnuts, coconut chips and dressing with a pomegranate molasses dressing.
No more boring lunches with this easy-to-make marinated mushroom recipe.
Lightly roasted mushrooms tossed with a tangy parsley vinaigrette to create a flavoursome quick pickled mushroom salad. Perfect for charcuterie boards, antipasto, steak side dishes or easy lunches.
Deliciously sweet roasted baby peppers, caramelised eggplant and tangy lemon mingled in with nutty tricolour quinoa and a zingy lemon garlic dressing.
A colourful vegan quinoa side dish that would shine at any Thanksgiving family dinner.
A delectable pairing of bitter and sweet flavours on one plate. This Ruby Grapefruit Salad is fuss-free to prepare, the colours are stunning and would definitely get guests talking around the table.
Nothing better than a light side salad to add to the rest of the vegan dishes on the Thanksgiving table!
Who would have thought an old-world grain and some grass could taste so magnificent?
We show you how to introduce a Vegan Wild Rice Salad to your Thanksgiving feast.
Amping up roasted spiced pumpkin salad with delicious sweet roasted red onions, pine nuts, coriander and a flavour-packed tahini miso dressing.
This pumpkin salad recipe is perfect for hot roast dinners, barbeque or festive entertaining.
Sweet juicy watermelon and zesty ruby grapefruit paired with warm olive oil toasted sourdough, this is our twist on the classic Panzanella salad that tastes fantastic at your next Thanksgiving gathering.
All the aromatic spices in this easy homemade peach chutney will transform this simple Cherry Tomato Salad into a centrepiece of colour and flavour!
One of the most flavoursome vegan sides for Thanksgiving.
This Salad of Snake Beans, grated coconut and quintessential fresh Thai herbs is a wonderful showcase of Asian ingredients.
Intertwined through the latticework of the snake beans is the ever so flavoursome turmeric and coconut milk dressing. A great alternative to the traditional green beans for Thanksgiving.
Simple, fresh ingredients combined for a quick and easy tomato artichoke salad with a homemade basil mint salad dressing that is full of punchy summer flavours.
This is a vegan and gluten free salad perfect for barbecues, picnics and potluck gatherings.
Jammed packed with wholesome grains, nuts and seeds and with added rainbow chard and herbs to balance the freshness, this is a delicious vegan salad ready to be devoured.
This will be a Thanksgiving to be remembered!
Who loves coleslaw with fruit? We do! This vegan coleslaw recipe with the sweetness from the pear and crunch from the carrot is perfectly finished off with an Asian vegan vinaigrette.
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