Vegetarian

You're starting to see more and more people replace their regular meals with healthy vegetarian meals. With the trend of healthy eating, vegetarian recipes are becoming more and more popular. There are a lot of vegetarian lunch and healthy vegetarian dinner recipes out there. Check out a few of our favorites below…

Black Bean and Quinoa Salad

Looking for a healthy salad that will leave you satisfied while tasting great? Look no further than this Black Bean and Quinoa Salad. This salad is packed with complete proteins and is also vegan. When you think about easy recipes, this should be top of mind as it can be prepared the evening before an event or for work the next day. This recipe takes only about 30 minutes, so if you have the ingredients on hand, you'll be able to make it in no time!

Creamy Indian Vegetable Korma

When you think about classic comfort foods, mashed potatoes, stew and meatloaf immediately come to mind. In this vegetable korma, we're taking an Indian spin on those classic ingredients. This recipe is loaded with vegetables guaranteed to leave you satisfied. Indian food can look intimidating due to their unusual spices and long ingredient lists but don't worry; this falls into the category of easy recipes! If you love this recipe, you can make it in batches and freeze it to enjoy later. It looks intimidating, but it takes less than an hour to make. One note, the sauce goes great with fresh naan bread. So, make sure you have enough on hand to enjoy!

Butternut Squash Chipotle Mexican Chili with Avocado

Is there ever a wrong time for chili? Not only is it delicious, but there are also plenty of easy recipes to differentiate this batch from the last. For this specific recipe, once you have all of your fresh vegetables chopped, the work is mostly done! This recipe brings out the sweet flavor of butternut squash with a kick of Mexican chili powder and Chipotle Pepper for some spice.

Pho

A staple of Asian cuisine is Pho, a noodle-based soup. We've all bought Pho from our favorite local Asian restaurant, but have you ever tried to make it at home? It's easier than it looks! It's one of the easier vegetarian recipes, even though it may take a little bit longer than more traditional ones.

Don't let the extensive ingredient list fool you; this is an easy vegetarian recipe that is cooked in 2 steps. First, you have to make the broth which includes adding all the broth ingredients above into boiling water. Let simmer for an hour and strain the solids out of the broth.

Secondly, you have to make the Pho which includes cooking the rice noodles to order. Once they're cooked, add them to the broth and top with the rest of the Pho ingredients, and you're ready to enjoy!

Italian Parmesan Cheese Tomatoes

Looking for a quick and healthy appetizer or side dish for a meal? These Italian Parmesan Cheese Tomatoes are the perfect recipe. These can be easily made for a dinner for 2 or the next dinner party you're hosting.

Vegetarian Cabbage Rolls

Utilizing different types of grains, are a great way to make hearty vegetarian recipes. This recipe is no exception as it incorporates a different type of grain called Bulgur. Interestingly enough, Bulgur doesn't need to be cooked, but in this case, we will.

Vegetarian Stir-Fry

There's nothing like a good stir-fry. It can be created as a side dish or served with rice as a main course. Regardless of when it's served, it's bound to please. This stir-fry recipe combines six different vegetables and is one of the easier vegetarian recipes.

This recipe is as easy as putting the vegetables into a skillet with oil and cooking them until they're ready. While the vegetables are cooking, whisk together the cornstarch, water and soy sauce. Once the vegetables are prepared, add the soy sauce mixture to the skillet and coat the veggies. Easy!

Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai

Want a tasty vegetarian "pasta" dish without the grains? This Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai is the perfect recipe. You'll create noodles out of the spaghetti squash and add in some Tofu for protein. Ready in just under an hour, it's a great weeknight dinner dish and is great to bring as leftovers to the office the next day. This Pad Thai has all the flavor you'll desire with its hint of peanuts & spice. There are two main ingredient groups for the Pad Thai Sauce & Spicy Peanut Tofu and the core Pad Thai.

The spaghetti squash halves take about a half hour to bake in the oven, so while they are baking, you can prepare the spicy peanut tofu sauce. Once the spaghetti squash is finished in the oven, use a fork to scrape the spaghetti squash into "noodles." You'll want to fry the tofu until it's golden brown, then add the spaghetti squash to warm for a few minutes. Combine & serve!

Vegetarian Black Bean Tacos

Is there anything better than good tacos? Tacos that only take 10 minutes to make! That's exactly what you'll get with these Vegetarian Black Bean Tacos.

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