Soyrizo (Soy chorizo) is a delicious and highly nutritious meal addition that is especially great for people who follow a vegan diet. It offers a meat-free alternative to chorizo, a Mexican/Spanish staple.
It is made primarily out of soy protein with spices to give it a flavor boost. It also has less fat than regular chorizo but is high in protein. You shouldn’t have difficulty finding soy protein in any grocery store around you if you look in the tofu section!
So, if you are ready to take your plant-based culinary reputation to iron chef levels, saddle in because I have some truly amazing Soyrizo recipes that you MUST try!
This potato Soyrizo skillet Nacho with chipotle cilantro sauce is the recipe to check all the boxes at your next party or family gathering. It is loaded with good stuff, veggies, vegan sausage, and black beans!
Not only is this recipe perfect for gatherings and family events, it is seriously so finger-licking good that people will be going for seconds, which is great because this recipe will feed a crowd conveniently.
So, if you love crispy chips, roasted potatoes, and good ole’ smoky chipotle sauce, you will love this recipe!
All Soyrizo lovers gather around because this fifteen minutes Soyrizo recipe is about to become your all-time favorite, no jokes.
I am talking about soy chorizo, Mexican shredded cheeses, and spices that smell like happiness in this quick-fix vegetarian quesadilla recipe. You can also make yours gluten-free by opting for corn tortillas instead of regular ones.
For this recipe, Trader Joe’s or any other brand of Soy chorizo works perfectly. So, don’t let anything hold you back from greatness, which you will have for dinner in fifteen minutes!
Here is a Soyrizo recipe that brings a whole new layer of flavor and wonderful texture to potato tacos, thanks to soy chorizo, AKA Soyrizo!
It is so good that even your meat-loving friends and family will not believe there is no meat in the dish.
This vegan and gluten-free Soyrizo potato taco is perfect for any occasion and any day of the week. I love how it is so effortless to make and yet very delicious too!
So, why not try this recipe for your Taco Tuesday for a change? You will surely love it!
Have you been looking for a way to load up on veggies and make your meals fresh and healthier? Look no further than this soy chorizo lettuce cups recipe!
This recipe is so colorful and loaded that each bite is a mouthful of flavors and savory delight. You can top your lettuce cups with fresh veggies, carrots, peppers, etc., and nuts like cashews and peanuts (I like to crush mine a little bit).
You can also add soy chorizo to meatless crumbs and a flavorful sauce to give your soy chorizo lettuce cups an amazing texture and a flavor combo that is out of this world!
This recipe proves that vegetarian dishes are just as delicious and flavorful as non-vegetarian dishes, if not more so.
Simple yet packed with flavors, these vegetarian burritos made with tofu and Soyrizo will satisfy your burrito craving minus the guilt of eating meat. You can pair it with roasted potatoes and any other classic burrito filling and enjoy!
You can also add tofu to your Soyrizo to make it spread further, and it blends in so well because of how flavorful Soyrizo is. You can try any brand of soy chorizo if TraderJoes’ has more spice than you can handle!
Here is one of the many ways to take advantage of squash season, a delicious and flavor-rich butternut squash and soy chorizo soup!
There is everything to love about this recipe, starting from the roasted butternut squash to the roasted garlic, and even the veggies are all blended to make a rich and velvety smooth soup, then topped with creamy feta(vegan), pumpkin seeds, and of course, Soyrizo bits!
Every ingredient and step in this recipe lends a special texture and flavor to the dish, especially the Mexican-inspired ingredients like chipotle chilis, etc., that pair perfectly with soy chorizo with the right amount of heat, sweetness, and saltiness!
If the name didn’t make it obvious enough that this is one recipe you will love, the different flavors it packs and how quick and easy it is to put together would do the trick!
I mean beans, jalapeno, garlic, bell pepper, corn, and veggies; it doesn’t get more flavorful than this. In thirty minutes, you should be able to recreate this one-pot recipe, which is a huge win for busy folks.
Another win for this recipe is that it is naturally gluten-free without making any substitution or adjustment to the recipe, so it is perfect for guests and everyone sitting at the table!
This recipe puts a very welcomed spin on Spanish tortillas, and I don’t think you will return to making your Spanish tortillas the same way again after trying it!
Traditional Spanish tortillas are cooked with potatoes, but the addition of Soyrizo in this recipe makes it heartier with a meatless flavor boost.
This dish is becoming a frequent lunch in your household, especially since it is easy to make and does not require much.
Also, you can skip eggs in this recipe if you don’t eat them since the Soyrizo, potatoes, and onions cooked together will make a hearty meal that you will thoroughly enjoy!
Here is a Soyrizo recipe that is hearty and can be enjoyed at any time of the day, not just for breakfast alone.
Although Soyrizo and fried eggs bowl sounds like the perfect breakfast (which it is), it also comes in handy when you are trying to shake off a hangover after an eventful night!
The best part of this recipe is how easy it is to make, and you already have most, if not all, of the ingredients in your fridge. However, if you don’t have any Soyrizo in the house, you can quickly run to your neighborhood Trader Joe’s and grab one to get started, and yes, they are vegan!
As much as we love to quickly run to our neighborhood grocery store to pick a few things, what happens when they no longer carry that particular item that has become a staple in your household and you cannot do without?
What if (in this case) your favorite brand of soy chorizo no longer fits your dietary need (maybe they are no longer vegan)? That is why this recipe is a need!
Yes, with this recipe, you can make your soy chorizo at home to suit your taste. All you need are a few items you can get at any grocery store, and create your soy chorizo for all your Spanish-inspired dishes!
Shake things up a little and spice up your breakfast tray with this vegan Soyrizo breakfast bowl recipe that is savory, delicious, and easy to assemble.
It is a loaded, hearty, healthy vegan breakfast of scrambled tofu and spicy meat-free soy chorizo. These are packed into bowls and then topped with your favorite condiments and toppings!
This breakfast recipe should take at most 30 minutes to make, and many ingredients can be prepped ahead of time for an easier recipe and faster cooking time.
So, try this vegan feast recipe for your breakfast, brunch, or early lunch!
While the rest of the world is arguing whether pineapple belongs on a pizza, here is one pizza recipe that needs no argument or convincing because it is that good.
Although the combo of the ingredients might sound strange, we guarantee that your vegan heart will love everything about this pizza; I mean, what’s not to love about smoky Soyrizo, crispy veggies, and delicious chipotle ranch?
What I love most about this pizza recipe is the little prep time involved (you can chop up your veggies while the dough rests). So, will you be trying it?
Imagine enjoying a very yummy burger without the guilt of eating something so decadent; that is why this Soyrizo Guacamole burger recipe is a win!
It is easy, vegan, light, and made with very easy ingredients to find and put together with a reasonably fair prep time.
So, let me get you started on a flavorful Soyrizo guac burger topped with spicy guacamole and grilled veggies that will tingle your foodie senses! Enjoy your burger or serve it with any drink to complete the experience.
If you haven’t had any Soyrizo dishes before, this pumpkin pasta with Soyrizo is a very good place to start, especially if pumpkin is in season!
This recipe is a slightly spicy take on one of Falls’ popular dishes, and it is made with minimal ingredients, ready to be eaten in just 30 minutes.
Suppose you love pumpkin-flavored food, smoothies, and all; in that case, you will be making this pumpkin pasta back to back, especially since it is vegan, savory, and requires mostly pantry ingredients!
One of the things I am most grateful for being vegan in 2023 is that there is always a vegan alternative that is just as delicious as the non-vegan option, especially when you suddenly start craving tacos! These tacos are packed with Adobe crème to satisfy that craving for munchies.
They are stuffed with homemade vegan chorizo (you can get them from your local grocery store) and quick pickled red cabbage for color, crunch, and zing, smothered with smoky and addictive adobo crème. Don’t like the red cabbage, feel free to stuff it with any other veggie you like.
If you love flavor-packed soups that are comforting and make you feel good, then you will absolutely enjoy this spicy vegan chorizo potato soup.
It is everything we love in a bowl of soup, rustic, hearty, comforting, spicy, and most importantly, vegan, with tofu chorizo, potatoes, kale, and chickpeas. Simply put, it is a full meal in a bowl, perfect for any day or season, chilly or not!
This soul-warming dish has almost everything to cure any craving, including spicy broth, spices, mushrooms, garlic, potatoes, and, most importantly, vegan chorizo.
So, would you be trying it?
Yet another hearty soy chorizo recipe makes for the perfect breakfast and can be prepared in advance.
Instead of bacon or sausage, this hash brown breakfast casserole is prepared with Soyrizo and is out of this world.
The flavor mirrors what you are already used to tasting without all that grease and oil. It is best served with an egg on top (a personal choice) or rolled up in a tortilla. You can also add cream of mushroom if you have any in your pantry for extra richness!
This recipe takes on marinara-based Bolognese with a vegetarian twist using soy chorizo, and you will fall head over heels in love with it!
As I said before, if you are following a no-meat diet, you can recreate your favorite dishes without using meat or losing the quality of the food. Thanks to Soyrizo, you can easily enjoy a hearty meal of Bolognese!
You will need mostly what you already have in your pantry and easy-to-find ingredients for this recipe. So, get cracking and recreate this vegetarian Bolognese that I am completely sure you will love!
When I say something is a game changer, this Hummus pasta bake with Soyrizo is exactly what I am talking about.
This 5-ingredient dish is hearty and delicious; even amateurs can make it. If there ever were such a thing as the perfect dish, this would be it, as it is vegan and gluten-free. This makes it perfect for a high-protein meal plan.
You can use any flavorful hummus you like for this recipe, including roasted garlic hummus, but it is always better to go for a higher-fat content hummus so that the pasta doesn’t get a little bit dry.
Here is one way to switch up your taco game and do something different with much less meat!
Kale Soyrizo Taco is basically your regular Taco but even better and without meat! It is easy to make with a few ingredients (you most likely already have) and even fewer steps. But if you don’t, you can make a short list of taco items, including soy chorizo, for this recipe!
Adding kale to this taco recipe adds texture to it, and yay for veggies, too, right?
So, if you are looking for what to eat for a meatless Monday, you are welcome!
Soyrizo-stuffed mushrooms are the exact thing your menu is missing; this recipe will prove it!
Prepare to be wowed by these towers of mushroom stuffings stacked high with amazing colors and flavors, including seasoned Soyrizo mixed with pinto beans for a tantalizing base, fresh spinach, creamy guac, and spicy ships!
This Soyrizo recipe is every bit impressive in taste, flavor, and prepping time, as it is so easy to make and appeals to both vegans and meat lovers as well. Also, if you have a soy allergy, you can recreate this recipe by making your own walnut chorizo!
With grilling season right around the corner, this is one burger recipe that is sure to be a hit at your next cookout.
This spicy Soyrizo southwest burger topped with guacamole is a recipe that will take your tastebuds on a road trip of taste, flavor, and texture.
The burger patty is a blend of beef and chorizo topped with a very generous serving of guacamole. Still, you can just as easily make the vegan version by swapping out the beef in this recipe with vegan “ground meat” and then replacing the chorizo with Soyrizo.
You can also use vegan sauce replacement, where the recipe calls for adding any sauce!
Because we are putting a meatless spin on our favorite dishes, this Soyrizo and quinoa paella is here to be counted, and it is so good.
This vegan take on the Spanish cuisine favorite is loaded with protein and filled with such delicious flavors that you will be so proud to share this dish with your family or even bring it to your next potluck!
Even if you haven’t made paella before, you will find this recipe easy to follow, and the ingredients are currently sitting pretty in your fridge and pantry, so get cooking!
Here is an idea, why not recreate this recipe and whip up a wicked Mexican sweet potato hash for Taco Tuesday?
This recipe is a Mexican twist on sweet potato hash. It has everything we love about breakfasts, including fresh and colorful veggies, egg (sunny side up), spicy soy chorizo, and the best part, it is made in 30 minutes max!
This recipe calls for soy chorizo, but you can replace it with the traditional pork chorizo or any other kind if you are not a fan of Soyrizo!
How do you make a Thanksgiving dinner even better? By making it omnivore-friendly, which is exactly what this vegan mac and cheese with soy chorizo is!
If you don’t think there is a way to improve mac and cheese, think again because this recipe will have you smacking your lips and going for seconds.
This recipe uses vegan cheese and all other things we love, including onions, potatoes, olive oil, soy chorizo, etc., to whip up a righteous vegan mac and cheese!
So, if you want to try something different next Thanksgiving that will be a hit, you must recreate this recipe!
Vegetarian Breakfast Shepard Pie
- Oven-safe Skillet
- 12 oz Soyrizo and remove the casing
- 4 cups of chopped raw kale
- 6 whisked eggs
- 1 minced garlic clove
- 4 cups of mashed potatoes
- Seasoning to taste
- First, preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
- Next, you need to heat your oven-safe skillet to about medium heat.
- Add Soyrizo and let them cook for about five minutes.
- Move the mixture to a side of your pan.
- Pour in whisked egg to the cleared side of the pan, then add garlic.
- Cook until eggs are just cooked through (4-5 minutes).
- Stir everything together and remove it from the heat.
- Cover the mixture with mashed potato to coat.
- Now season it to taste.
- Let it bake in a preheated oven for 30 minutes.
- Finally, let it sit and cool for 5 minutes, then serve!