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This risotto is chock-a-block with green veg, including broccoli, mange-tout, courgette and green beans. This can easily be made vegetarian or vegan by using vegetable stock and leaving out the cheese.

Recipe by: Louiselombard

2 reviews

This is a hearty vegetable soup to see you through the winter months. Make double and freeze for later.

Recipe by: strike_n_miss

1 review

FOG stands for Full of Goodness and it uses all the 5 vegetables that you need for your daily allowance. I made up this soup after I found a few odd veggies in the fridge. It's great for lunch with a bit of bread. This recipe is for one, but can easily be doubled, tripled, etc. for more!

Recipe by: moirasparkles

2 reviews

This slow cooker vegetable soup is healthy, hearty, warming and cheap! You can use different vegetables but you do need the tomatoes and butternut squash and/or sweet potato to get the lovely flavour.

Recipe by: catmeow666

1 review

A delicious stir fried vegetable dish with oyster and soy sauce, finished with some chopped coriander. Enjoy on its own, with some rice.

Recipe by: ChrisTolman

3 reviews

This salad couldn't be simpler, but is a delicious accompaniment to barbecued meats, kebabs or fish.

Recipe by: Dmarcks

5 reviews

This is a forgiving recipe and a great way to get your greens! I eat it as a main, but this could easily be fit for four to six sides. Use bagged kale if you're in a hurry, and feel free to substitute different kinds of greens depending on what's available.

Recipe by: Diana

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You've heard the slogan "Five a day", haven't you? With this velvety soup, you'll find that even the children are eager to eat their veg.

Recipe by: Aeroz

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I call this dish ratatouille plus, because I am adding potatoes and top it with an egg to make it more filling. For a really substantial meal, add rice.

Recipe by: D. Tomlinson

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Ratatouille - a classic vegetable dish from the south of France that can be enjoyed both cold and warm. You can serve this on its own with crusty bread, for a savoury crepe filling, or with creamy polenta.

Recipe by: Christine

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