8 Best Vegan Korean Recipes 

Are you craving the bold flavors of Korean cuisine but prefer to stick to a plant-based diet? Look no further!  

We've curated a list of 8 mouthwatering vegan Korean recipes that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you satisfied. 

From spicy stews to savory pancakes, these dishes showcase the diversity and deliciousness of Korean food without any animal products.  

This hearty stew features fermented kimchi, tofu, and an array of vegetables simmered in a flavorful broth. It's spicy, comforting, and perfect for chilly nights. 

Vegan Kimchi Jjigae

Swap out the traditional meat topping for marinated tofu cubes in this classic Korean rice bowl dish. Top it with an assortment of colorful vegetables, spicy gochujang sauce, and a sprinkle of sesame seeds for a satisfying meal. 

Tofu Bibimbap:  

Thinly sliced mushrooms or tofu are marinated in a sweet and savory sauce made with soy sauce, garlic, and sesame oil. Grill or stir-fry until caramelized and serve with rice or wrapped in lettuce leaves for a deliciously satisfying meal. 

Vegan Bulgogi

These crispy Korean pancakes are loaded with shredded vegetables like carrots, zucchini, and green onions. Dip them in a tangy soy dipping sauce for a delightful appetizer or snack. 

Vegetable Pancakes (Yachaejeon)

Stir-fried glass noodles tossed with colorful vegetables and a savory soy sauce-based marinade make this dish a crowd-pleaser. It's packed with flavor and perfect for serving as a side dish or main course. 

Vegan Japchae:  

Chewy rice cakes simmered in a fiery red sauce made with gochujang, garlic, and soy sauce will satisfy your cravings for a spicy kick. 

Spicy Vegan Tteokbokki:  

Jackfruit makes a fantastic plant-based alternative to meat in these flavorful tacos. Marinate the jackfruit in a smoky BBQ sauce, then grill or sauté until tender. 

Korean BBQ Jackfruit Tacos:  

These seaweed rice rolls are filled with colorful vegetables like cucumber, carrot, and pickled radish, making them a nutritious and satisfying snack or lunch option. Serve with soy sauce or spicy gochujang for dipping. 

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