Quick-Fix Vegan will be available for purchase in October according to Amazon. Chapters are: Starters and Snacks, Stovetop Suppers, Pasta Express, In Short Order, Speedy Salads, Snappy Sandwiches, Easy Make-Ahead Bakes, Sauces and Condiments, and (Almost) Effortless Desserts. There is a quick intro on how to set up a vegan pantry. The recipe collection includes some basics like Cream of Mushroom Soup with more unusual offerings like Seitan Forestiere.
Here are the Nicoise Salad Wraps. Sauteed tofu seasoned with soy sauce and balsamic vinegar is mixed with vegan mayonnaise, basil, roasted red peppers, shredded lettuce mixed with balsamic vinegar, oil, and sugar, and olive tapenade. Because I didn't have olive tapenade, I used her recipe to make my own. I liked these but because I also made the tapenade I thought they were a bit time-consuming for the finished result.
The Black Bean Sunburgers were very easy; actually they were possibly the easiest veggie burgers I've ever made (other than slices of tofu or marinated whole portobellos). I thought they were tasty and I liked that the sunflowers in them gave them a bit of a crunch.
Here is the Zucchini Frittata served with a tomato/olive/basil topping. It was absolutely delicious so I was disappointed it never set up. I cooked it longer both on the stovetop and under the broiler but it still had the consistency of scrambled eggs. The leftovers were excellent spooned on whole wheat toast.
I believe all the recipes I made were finished in under 30 minutes but they did involve some vegetable chopping and sauteing and a normal amount of dirty dishes to wash. If you are really in a hurry and only have 10-15 minutes to make dinner, check out Nava Atlas' The Vegetarian 5-Ingredient Gourmet. I'd estimate the recipes in that book are about 90% vegan.