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.
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.
This dish is not only healthy, it's also quick and easy to make. Baby corn, red pepper, bean sprouts and pak choi are stir-fried with fish sauce and oyster sauce. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
Lacy, thin pancakes rolled around a tasty filling make a delightful main course. The beauty of this dish is that the pancakes, filling and tomato sauce topping can all be made in advance, then assembled and baked later.
This mutter paneer recipe is my children's favourite Indian dish. Serve with rice or naan as a fabulous vegetarian main, or alongside your favourite curry.
This is a tasty lasagne that I developed to help use up the abundance of tomatoes and courgette from my garden. I didn't have any pasta sauce on hand, so I just added the herbs to the vegetable mixture. Even my daughter and her picky mates ate it!
A great way of packing vegetables into your diet. This hearty vegetable soup, combines an array of vegetables, beans and rice. It's not only low-fat, but also low in calories.
This is an easy to make and healthy vegetarian dish that is surprisingly flavourful considering it only calls for a handful of ingredients! Thinly sliced aubergine is layered with pasta sauce, feta cheese and basil, then topped with seasoned breadcrumbs.
A vegetarian lunchtime wrap that's easy to pack and delicious to eat! Use the roasted red peppers from a jar for ease. You can also make these wraps with pitta bread.
This quick main dish can be served hot or cool. The pasta is topped with feta cheese, which has a fresh, salty flavour that goes well with pancetta, the Italian bacon, chickpeas and tomato in the sauce. For best results, use a tubular or thick pasta shape that will complement the chunky sauce.