Doctors For Nutrition's recommended recipes for whole food plant-based success: easy, delicious and accessible for all, from the beginner to the seasoned cook
Getting started with whole food plant-based cooking can be a lot of fun if you find easy meals that taste great. The fantastic resources below will have you excited to get into the kitchen!
Note, a couple of these resources may include added 'SOS' (salt, oil and sugar) in some of their recipes, but don't panic: these ingredients are easily replaced. Our top tips are:
replace refined sugars with a few chopped dates or a small amount of maple syrup
use water for frying in place of oil, and bake with silicone sheets or baking parchment
favour low-sodium vegetable stocks and miso in place of salt (a small amount of iodised salt is beneficial)
And, of course, steer clear of processed products made with added 'SOS' as much as possible. These may be plant based but they're not whole foods!
For a quick guide to which ingredients to prioritise, and which to avoid, refer back to the DFN Healthy Food Guide.