Find savoury and delicious Vegetarian stuffing recipes, perfect for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner. We have vegetarian mushroom stuffing, sage and onion and more!
Sage and onion stuffing that's vegetarian and delicious! Meat eaters are sure to enjoy this vegetarian stuffing, too.
A festive vegetarian stuffing for your Christmas table. This is a versatile recipe, too - you can use the suggested additions, or add your own touch by using walnuts, currants, pears and more.
A vegetarian stuffing to make for Christmas or anytime. Use a mixture of mushrooms for a fabulous result. You could also use mushroom stock for even more mushroom flavour.
I read up on chestnuts and made sure I picked the edible ones! These are the sweet ones which are encased in a prickly green covering. Stand on the prickly ball which is somewhere between a golf ball and tennis ball size - this sort of splits at a seam and lets you dig out the chestnuts. When split open you get up to three chestnuts but mostly two decent sized ones and a 'sliver' of a third which you probably will discard.
This is a super-healthy, wholesome vegetarian stuffing. Pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, celery, carrot, spices, herbs, wholegrain bread, grape-nuts cereal and cranberries are moistened with chicken stock, then baked. Serve at Christmas or for Sunday lunch.
I invented this recipe because I found it impossible to fit anything more in the oven when cooking a big family feast, therefore this stuffing is made on the hob and tastes just as delicious. Great served alongside Christmas turkey, roasties and all the other yummy side dishes.
Here is a simple inexpensive recipe for baked marrow from your garden filled with kidney beans and rice.
Enjoyed by vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, this tasty stuffing benefits from the addition of mashed potatoes to achieve a delightfully creamy and substantial result which can be used to stuff your Christmas turkey, or it can be cooked in it's own dish.
We love our turkey to have a fruity element to it, and using this stuffing is ideal as it gives the meat a lovely subtle taste when used to stuff a 5.5kg to 6kg bird. The stuffing is vegetarian as is, so it can be cooked separately to satisfy the herbivores around your table.
An unconventional stuffing that's gluten free and packed with nutrients thanks to the quinoa. This can be used to stuff a turkey or just made as is and served as a vegetarian side dish.