Find delicious and quick vegetarian meals, whether you're going meat-free on Mondays or are a lifelong vegetarian. We have tasty recipes for quick vegetarian suppers or elegant mains for a vegetarian dinner party.
You can't fit any more vegetables into this delectable bake. Aubergine, potatoes, green pepper, onion, courgette, green beans, mushrooms and garlic are tossed with fresh herbs, passata and olive oil to make a fab vegetarian main. This feeds a large crowd, but is quite forgiving if you want to decrease the recipe for 4 or 8 people.
Low-fat baked pasta shells stuffed with a mixture of tofu and spinach, covered in your favourite tomato pasta sauce. A vegetarian and vegan dream!
There is always something appealing about individual pies. These are filled with vegetables in a parsley sauce and topped with a light shortcrust pastry flavoured with tasty Cheddar and fresh chives.
This is a short and sweet, simple recipe. It's foolproof. But don't let that fool you – it's delicious; tasty and satisfying. You have my word. I found the recipe for the beetroot on abakersdoesnt.com and was inspired to put it with some gorgeous quinoa.
A vibrant vegetarian dish made from stuffing an assortment of coloured peppers, with garlic, tomatoes and basil. The secret to the flavour in this dish, comes from the herbed vinegar, try rosemary-infused.
This is a great summertime - or anytime - vegetarian side dish. Feel free to add other veg in addition to the red pepper, or some fried tofu to make it a meal.
This popular Thai curry is most commonly made with beef, but is wonderfully flavourful as a vegetarian dish as well. Try making your own paste instead of using the store bought varieties.
This broccoli quiche is perfect for dinner, and super easy to prepare. The cheese you use is up to you - Gruyere, Cheddar, feta, Emmental all work a treat. Serve this quiche with a green salad.
Here is a versatile pasta salad with a twist, using red pepper and broccoli. Perfect for lunch or a picnic. You can easily increase the recipe to feed a larger crowd.
Give an Indian-style twist to ready-to-eat salad leaves from the supermarket with veggies, chickpeas and mint dressing! This salad is best served with warm naan bread.