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Vegan Menu Ideas for Your Upcoming Wedding


Now that you’ve finally found the perfect wedding gown, it’s time to start planning your wedding reception. In particular, you have plenty of vegan family members and friends, so you need to make sure you have tasty menu options and ideas for these lovely people in your life.

Or better yet, maybe you’re going vegan for your entire wedding reception! If that’s the case, you’ll need some amazing culinary delights to wow and impress your guests. So coming up with the most delicious vegan menu possible is certainly your goal and it may seem like a tall order, but you’d be surprised at all the delicious meals you’ll discover that are meat and dairy free.

With that said, let’s take a look at some scrumptious vegan menu ideas that your guests will fall head over heels in love with.

Vegan Hors D’oeuvres for Your Wedding


To start off your wedding reception, you’ll want to mesmerise your guests with some great tasting and familiar yet totally vegan hors d’oeuvres. It’s more than possible to serve up many delectable options that your guests will find mouthwatering, tantalising, and very satisfying.

Some Mediterranean-style hors d’oeuvres include stuffed grape leaves, tomato bruschetta brushed with olive oil, puff pastry filled with vegan cheese and caramelized onions, grilled veggies with bean dips, falafel with tahini sauce, baba ganoush with pita bread, and tomato risotto cakes. You should have no trouble finding recipes on the web for all of these excellent options.

American hors d’oeuvre ideas include twice baked potatoes, potato croquettes, fruit skewers, tortilla chips and guacamole, stuffed mushrooms, mini spinach quiches, stir-fried shiitake mushrooms and sugar snap peas, leek and mushroom empanadas, and artichokes filled with tomatoes and fennel.

A few Asian style hors d’oeuvres include avocado tempura with tomato dipping sauce, seitan fingers with tamarind dipping sauce, spring rolls, cucumber and avocado sushi, and vegetable samosas to name just a few excellent choices.

Vegan Salad Options for Weddings


This should be easy peasy for any bride and groom to figure out, but if you’re looking for some wonderful tasting salad options for your vegan wedding, you’re in luck because we have a number of great choices to share with you today. You’ll certainly appreciate these excellent choices.

Our favorite vegan salad recommendations include green salad with avocado lime vinaigrette, cucumber tomato salad, romaine lettuce with candied almonds, vinaigrette, and mandarin oranges; three bean salad, tabouli salad, couscous, sun-dried fruit and chickpea salad, walnuts and spiced green beans with Dijon vinaigrette, field greens with sliced pears, Caesar salads, and red beet tartare salads.

Vegan Soup Options for Weddings


You’re in luck if you’re looking for a great tasting vegan soup for your wedding. We have a number of fine choices we’d like to share with you today.

The best soups to serve at a vegan wedding include potato leek soup, barley split pea soup, minestrone soup, tomato dill soup, gazpacho, fresh fruit soup simmered in white and red wine, and miso soup with sliced portobello mushrooms.

Vegan Entrées for Weddings


Vegan entrées at weddings are always a big hit. Some of our all-time favorites are made in the Mediterranean-style and they include couscous stuffed portobello mushrooms, tofu squash ravioli in cashew cream sauce, spicy ratatouille served over rice and pasta primavera with seasonal vegetables, sautéed onions and marinara sauce.

Our favorite American entrées include refried black beans and tomato rice with guacamole, stuffed butternut squash, peppers stuffed with rice and vegetables, mushroom ragout with pasta, and seitan meatloaf with mushroom gravy.

Finally, some great tasting Asian style entrées include vegetable Thai curry with steamed quinoa, chickpea curry, pistachio crusted tofu over horseradish potatoes and wilted spinach, and angel hair pasta with vegetables and ginger soy sauce.

Conclusion


As you can see, coming up with great tasting menu ideas for your vegan wedding might be easier than you think. Use these suggestions and you’ll have no trouble putting together an amazing tasting menu in no time.

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