Whether you're living a holistically meatless lifestyle or just understand that the body and planet need a break from meat consumption once in awhile, we could all do with incorporating more vegetarian meals into our weekly repertoire. When in season, the right vegetable can offer so much. Generous in flavour and nutrition, there is no need to complicate things. From simple pasta dishes to whole-vegetable meals. Below we cover off our favourite vegetarian recipes from earthy eggplant, warming kitchari, satisfying pasta dishes to hearty salads.
The highly digestible, gut loving lentil and rice stew infused with myriad of beneficial spices to keep you nourished and satisfied.
Once cauliflower is chopped or blitzed or ‘riced’ it can become many things, and in our vegetarian larb it takes the place of mince – enriching the dish with plants, low starch veggies and nutrition to boot.
With protein from butter beans, carbohydrates from low starch sources such as eggplant and greens and nourishing fats from walnuts, olive oil and sesame seeds, it’s time to balance your plate and dig in.
Having dedicated a good chunk of his life to grinding behind a kitchen, you can entrust Joel Bennetts with the wheel. Especially when the payoff is so damn delicious. Here he's offered up an easy iteration of our favourite kind of quick meal, the humble tart. Read on to find out exactly how to make it.
This riff on tofu is bright, vegan, dairy-free and did we mention quick to muster up? A welcome departure from last night's leftovers and a random assemblage of whatever you have in the fridge.
Rich in fibre from wholegrains and carrots, with the gentle flavours of miso to add beautiful fermented nutrition to support your digestive system, this salad is going to claim its place on the podium in your weekly meal rotation.
This is one of the easiest, most delicious ways to cook down a whole head of cabbage until it's falling-apart tender.
A basic, delicious dish that sees, among others, diced onions, concentrated tomato paste, and parmesan come together for a swift and comforting weeknight meal.
If you're cooking for people who are dairy-free and vegetarian - or perhaps you're a dairy-free vegetarian yourself - you'll adore this take on a modern classic.
With a number of viral recipes, namely #thestew, it’s no surprise that Alison Roman's #thestew2 is equally as delicious. Saucy beans with robust greens and crumbly cheese make just as good a packed lunch the following day as they do night-of.