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My Favourite Vegetarian Recipes

These vegetarian recipes are so tasty, the meat eaters in your house will be scraping their plates too!

my-top-ten

My Favourite Vegetarian Recipes

These vegetarian recipes are so tasty, the meat eaters in your house will be scraping their plates too!

My Favourite Vegetarian Recipes | DonalSkehan.com, These vegetarian recipes are so tasty, the meat eaters in your house will be scraping their plates too!
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
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While I’m not a vegetarian I do find myself eating veg based dishes more often than not for a few reasons…They are cheap, vibrant, and exciting as well as outrageously delicious! A meat-free dish doesn’t have to mean a boring dish so embrace veg and lets get cooking! Here are a few of my favourites…Which will you try? 

While I’m not a vegetarian I do find myself eating veg based dishes more often than not for a few reasons…They are cheap, vibrant, and exciting as well as outrageously delicious! A meat-free dish doesn’t have to mean a boring dish so embrace veg and lets get cooking! Here are a few of my favourites…Which will you try? 

1. Turmeric &Winter Veg Stew

 

This recipe is ideal for fridge clearouts, beyond the ingredients listed here, any root vegetables or brassicas are welcome additions. A happy hybrid between a soup and stew filled with nourishing, delicious ingredients.

Recipe here.

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1. Turmeric &Winter Veg Stew

 

This recipe is ideal for fridge clearouts, beyond the ingredients listed here, any root vegetables or brassicas are welcome additions. A happy hybrid between a soup and stew filled with nourishing, delicious ingredients.

Recipe here.

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2. Thai Sweet Potato Stew

This stew is also delicious with chicken thighs but sweet potato provides substance and flavour in it’s place.  The flavours capture that essential flavour profile of Thai food, the contrast between the saltiness of fish sauce, acidity of lime and sweetness from sugar.

Recipe here.

 

2. Thai Sweet Potato Stew

This stew is also delicious with chicken thighs but sweet potato provides substance and flavour in it’s place.  The flavours capture that essential flavour profile of Thai food, the contrast between the saltiness of fish sauce, acidity of lime and sweetness from sugar.

Recipe here.

 

3. Cauliflower Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini chickpea falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Recipe here.

 

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3. Cauliflower Falafel Bowl

Rice bowls, salad bowls, and indeed falafel bowls are common on the brunch and lunch menu’s of Los Angles’s restaurants. A bowl filled with fresh vegetables and plenty of good things can’t be wrong, right? This falafel bowl features spiced mini chickpea falafels, roast cauliflower, spiced yoghurt and a crunchy salad.

Recipe here.

 

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4. Mozzarella & Basil Pizza

If you have never made your own pizza there is literally no comparison to the ones you get from a takeaway or even from a box! By making your own dough and tomato sauce you are guaranteed a far superior pizza only to be topped if you get a real Italian to make it for you!

Recipe here.

 

4. Mozzarella & Basil Pizza

If you have never made your own pizza there is literally no comparison to the ones you get from a takeaway or even from a box! By making your own dough and tomato sauce you are guaranteed a far superior pizza only to be topped if you get a real Italian to make it for you!

Recipe here.

 

5. Vegetarian Chilli with Corn Salsa

Making a vegetarian chilli con carne is surprisingly simple; replacing beef or pork with grains like lentils and quinoa makes for a deliciously light, yet rich and filling meal. You might be thinking it’s not going to fool you or the meat eater in your life, but I promise when you serve it up with a spicy smoky corn salsa and all the other accompaniments, nobody will have any complaints!

Recipe here.

 

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5. Vegetarian Chilli with Corn Salsa

Making a vegetarian chilli con carne is surprisingly simple; replacing beef or pork with grains like lentils and quinoa makes for a deliciously light, yet rich and filling meal. You might be thinking it’s not going to fool you or the meat eater in your life, but I promise when you serve it up with a spicy smoky corn salsa and all the other accompaniments, nobody will have any complaints!

Recipe here.