This Roasted Vegetable Winter Salad is a salad for people that think salads aren’t filling or they think they are boring. It’s the salad for people that think they don’t like salads! Warm and hearty – perfect for a cold winter day.
Vegetarian food has come a long way in recent years! These vegetarian recipes will show how easy it is to cut down or cut out meat from your diet! From Mushroom Stroganoff to Chickpea Stew to our incredible Spring Green Noodles and many more, find the perfect vegetarian recipe! Start putting some adventure back into your meals with our awesome vegetarian recipes!
Mushroom and Spinach Risotto is hearty comfort food at its best. An easy weeknight meal, but special enough for date night too.
Roasted vegetables are the best way to eat them and when it comes to parsnips, it totally changes the texture and makes them nice and crispy. Add a little drizzle of honey and a spoonful of mustard and you have a delicious side dish that will be the star of any roast dinner.
We could all do with finding ways to get more vegetables in to our diet and these little cheesy baked broccoli bites are the best way. Crispy, cheesy and comforting, but packed with broccoli too.
A creamy and comforting soup with just a hint of sweetness. This Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Soup takes just 30 minutes to make in a VonShef Soup maker, so you have a healthy and filling meal in a flash. This is an easy take to work lunch, that you can just heat up and add some croutons.
Soup is perfect for this time of year. It’s an easy way to increase your vegetable intake, it’s cheap to make and it’s warming for those cold autumn/winter days. The creaminess of this Creamy Broccoli Soup will make it feel much more indulgent than it actually is.
If you think you hate Brussels sprouts, please give them one final try. Roasting them in balsamic vinegar totally changes the flavour and even the biggest sprout haters can be converted. Trust me! These sweet and crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts make a tasty side dish any time of the year, or a delicious snack.
Spaghetti Bolognese is always a family favourite, but this version uses just mushrooms instead of beef to make a vegetarian (it can even be vegan) version of a classic Italian dish. Swapping meaty dishes for vegetarian versions a few times a week can have a huge impact on your health (and environment) and because mushrooms have a real meaty texture, you won’t notice the difference.