Feeling Veggie? How to make vegetarian food: National vegetarian week | Plate Up + Images of vegetables
Veggie curry pies | Recipe also available now on our ios and desktop app Spicy hummus with flatbread | Recipe also available now on our ios and desktop app Vegetable kidney bean and casserole | Recipe also available now on our ios and desktop app

How to make vegetarian food: National vegetarian week

For national vegetarian week we are shining a light on our favourite vegetarian dishes. Choosing the veggie option is a great way to get a healthy meal while also eating something that’s delicious. Both vegan and vegetarianism has been growing in popularity over the years and this trend is only going to continue.

We have plenty of recipes on our app, perfect for those looking to cut down on meat consumption, either for better health or for ethical reasons. With the wide selection of vegetarian dishes available, there is sure to be something for everyone, regardless of their dietary restrictions.

If you want to make these recipes yourself, feel free to browse our recipes on our new totally free desktop app

So Vegan’s Veggie Curry Pies - Veganuary

Cuisine: British | Vegan

Diet: Cholesterol | Free Low Sugars

They honestly look and taste exactly the same! The pies are loaded with veggies including butternut squash, peas, and spinach. Who would have thought of making a nutritious pie? It makes use of gluten-free puff pastry and coconut oil, both of which are excellent substitutes. The veggies are topped with a delicious tomato sauce, which gives the pie a terrific flavour. You'll want to make a lot of these, especially if you have little pie pans; this is a must-bake!

Grind’s Spicy Vegetable Hummus with Flatbread - Grind

Cuisine: Mediterranean

Diet: Healthy | Source Of Fibre | Low Cholesterol | Low Carb | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars

Hummus is easy to make than you think! With only two ingredients, you'll be well on your way to becoming a master of the most delectable Middle Eastern dip. Add some spicy vegetables and you've got yourself a speedy, vegan friendly lunch or hearty snack that's ideal for all you busy people. Enjoy with some warm flatbread. 

One Pot Veggie Spiced Rice - Plate Up

Cuisine: Indian, World-cuisine

Diet: Low Saturated Fat | Low Fat | Low Cholesterol | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars

This flavorful spiced rice is simple to batch cook and store for those days when you don't feel like cooking from scratch. It's delicious on its own or as a colourful accompaniment to fish or poultry. Replace your basic white rice with this Indian-inspired rice packed with spices like turmeric, cumin, and paprika for a vibrant dish.

Warming Vegetable and Kidney Bean Casserole - Lee Holmes

Cuisine: French

Diet: Low Energy | Healthy | Low Saturated Fat | High Protein | Low Fat | Low Cholesterol | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars

This recipe is great for using up what you already have in the kitchen! Just use any vegetables you have in the fridge or lying around, add lemon, tamari and some stock for flavour, and some mixed herbs which will supercharge your taste buds. If you like it hot, add chili, cayenne or paprika.

Veggie Juice Pulp Burger in a Portobello Mushroom Bun - Kimberly Parsons

Cuisine: Healthy | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Cholesterol Free | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars

Diet: American

There’s nothing more satisfying than a burger... especially when it is a juice pulp burger! Whatever your everyday life throws at you these beetroot burgers are designed to restore your depleted energy levels. Traditional burgers can often be dry or greasy, especially when it comes to fast food takeaways. Making your own burger is loads better, not only that but this one is nutritious too.

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