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.
Onions and peppers are sautéed and simmered with quinoa and tomatoes to make a delicious wholesome vegetarian dish.
This flat omelette makes a delicious vegetarian main course, and can be eaten hot or at room temperature. It is a very versatile recipe, as almost anything can be added to it – a handy way of using up leftovers. Serve with toasted wholemeal bread and sliced tomatoes and/or a mixed green salad for a quick supper.
This is my own adaptation of an Indian recipe. It is simple, but surprisingly yummy. Serve this for a healthy vegan dinner over basmati rice.
Brown rice, lentils, breadcrumbs, onions and tomatoes are combined with eggs and herbs and then baked. Sprinkle with grated cheese and bake an additional 5 minutes, if desired.
A steaming-hot baked potato makes perfect comfort food, and doesn't need lashings of butter and cheese to be delicious. This tasty vegetarian filling combines marinated mushrooms and courgettes, and there are 2 more satisfying fillings to choose from – tuna and sweetcorn, and roasted garlic and tomato.
This easy, one-pot dish of root vegetables and pinto beans makes a nourishing winter main course, and needs no accompaniments. It's particularly enjoyable with a glass of dry cider or apple juice.
This flavourful Mediterranean salad is easy to put together for a filling lunch or a light dinner.
These stuffed peppers, filled with thin noodles in a savoury custard, make an ideal first course to serve 4, or a light vegetarian lunch for 2 served with an assortment of salads and plenty of warm bread. Any colour of pepper suggested can be used, but avoid green peppers which are not as sweet.
This is a simple and easy recipe using potatoes and cauliflower. Serve this dish with Indian breads such as thin rotis or naan - even pitta bread will do! Garnish with coriander if you'd like.
Quinoa, a nutritious grain from South America, has a texture rather like split lentils when cooked. It makes a great alternative to rice. Here it is combined with griddled aubergines, peppers, cherry tomatoes and onions, and then baked with tangy goat's cheese on the top. Serve with a mixed leaf salad.