Veganuary isn’t just for vegans. Whatever your reasons for freshening up your diet as 2020 gets underway, we’re here to help you go meat-free, make the most of in-season vegetables, steer clear of dairy ingredients and enjoy colourful, satisfying winter warmers as you put delicious dishes on your plate. Here are some vegan dinner ideas to whet your appetite - including a trio of special recipe boxes from our Morrisons Eat Fresh ‘meal kit’ menu.

Recipe Boxes Packed With Vegan Inspiration

The Morrisons Eat Fresh recipe box subscription service is ideal if you want to cook from scratch and eat well using fresh ingredients in 2019. Simply tell us how many meals you'd like to receive a 'kit' for every week, and choose your recipes for two or four people. We'll then pack all the pre-portioned ingredients you need to cook a range of recipes - and deliver inspiring meal kits to your door as often as you ask us to. Look out for new vegetarian and vegan recipes added regularly - we'll be serving up more meat, dairy and egg free inspiration throughout the year. Find out how it works here.

Meet The Chef...

Luke Shorter, our dedicated Eat Fresh chef, talks about why Veganuary is a great time to get started with recipe box cooking.

What was the inspiration behind these new recipes?
We wanted to focus on post-Christmas food trends, using ingredients that are good for the body and soul to help kick out those winter blues. 

Why do you think January is the perfect time to join Eat Fresh?
It’s a new start and can provide a fresh approach to many areas of your life and how you fuel your body. This can make a huge impact and help you kick start a change for the better.

What are your thoughts on recipe boxes?
I really don’t understand why they haven’t been around long - the closest thing for a long time was Meals on Wheels. But now the ready-made-kit concept is appealing to a young market. Food is as popular as ever and food knowledge is becoming more important, the opportunity to learn professional techniques and make restaurant quality food at home is a big draw.

What are your favourite 3 ingredients to cook with and why?
Flavouring with citrus (lime, lemon etc) - love a sourness. Also, what I like to call the Holy Trinity - chilli, ginger and garlic make a great basis for any Asian style dish which is my passion.


Vegan Ready Meals 

If you need a meal that's ready to oven cook and enjoy, our new V Taste range is full of choice - and flavour. Whether you're vegan, vegetarian or simply want to try something new and eat a meat-free meal as part of a lifestyle change, take a look at our fresh and frozen vegan ready meals online. 

Vegan Curry

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V Taste Coconut Katsu Curry Melt

This spicy vegan dinner combines a blend of vegetables, rice and coconut with a katsu curry sauce, wrapped in golden crumbs. No artificial colours or flavours - and Vegetarian Society approved.

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Vegan Sausages

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V Taste Meat Free Sausages

Ideal for vegan Bangers 'n' Mash, this meat free main is full of flavour, with onion and With onion and herb seasoning. A source of fibre, high in protein with no artificial colours or flavours.

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Vegan Nut Cutlets

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V Taste Sweet Potato Nut Cutlet

A seasoned blend of sweet potato, peanuts, almonds and walnuts with carrots and spinach, this cutlet dinner idea is a source of fibre and protein, with no artificial colours or flavours - and is Vegetarian Society approved.

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Vegan Burgers

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V Taste 4 Indian Style Quarter Pounders

With a mild chilli rating (1), these quarter pounders are made with lentils and vegetables with an aromatic blend of spices, No artificial colours or flavours - and Vegetarian Society Approved.

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