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  • brazil nut roast

    Brazil nut roast

    A Brazil nut roast may seem like the routine vegetarian main alternative, but this recipe is not one to be missed. With the fresh flavours of parsley, thyme and lemon, and the heat of chilli, this Brazil nut roast is a guaranteed crowd pleaser - even for non vegetarians. Brazil nuts are the best source in the world of selenium, which is crucial for stabilising our moods and fighting inflammation. They are also a good source of protein and healthy fats which are an important part of a vegetarian diet. This roast can be served with gravy as a vegetarian main, alongside roast meat as an alternative to stuffing, and leftovers are great in a sandwich.

    • 3
    (23 ratings)
  • Grilled cauliflower soup

    Grilled cauliflower soup

    This simple, tasty grilled cauliflower soup will become a family favourite and the cheesy crust makes it a bit different - plus it's low-fat which is great if you're looking for a guilt-free option! Make a batch and freeze it or store it in the fridge. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 55 mins to prepare and cook. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 days and can be frozen too if you've made a little bit too much. This cauliflower soup certainly has a delicious cheesy twist which you'll want to try. Serve with crusty bread and watch is disappear in minutes.

    • 3
    (50 ratings)
  • Smokey veggie chilli tacos

    Smokey veggie chilli tacos

    This mouth-watering smokey veggie chilli tacos recipe is so easy to make and tastes delicious too. Triple tested: Lose the 'carne' from your chilli by using Quorn instead of beef mince and save pounds and cals! We guarantee you'll love it. Brought to you by Essentials magazine. This recipe serves 4 people and takes around 40 mins to prepare and make. It's a great way to serve your chilli if you're bored of the same old rice or salad. This recipe uses Quorn mince which means its suitable for vegetarians. The smoky flavour works wonders with the Quorn mince. Don't forget to serve with soured cream, guacamole and salsa.

    • 4
    (15 ratings)
  •  Vegetarian quesadillas

    Vegetarian quesadillas

    Turn a simple pack of wraps into gorgeous quick vegetarian quesadillas in just a few minutes. They make a perfect snack, quick lunch, or part of a Mexican feast. Stuffed with sweetcorn, peppers, onions, tomatoes and melting cheese, these crispy treats are incredibly easy to make but look really impressive. You can add in anything else you like (mushrooms, courgettes, spinach, different kinds of cheese, different spices) to make your perfect vegetarian quesadillas. This recipe makes 2-4 quesadillas, if you're feeding more people double the quantities in the ingredients list - they won't go to waste! You can have these veggie classics on the table in just 25 mins.

    • 3
    (303 ratings)
  • Mac 'n' veg bake

    Mac 'n' veg bake

    Family friendly mac 'n' veg bake only takes 30 mins to rustle up making it the ideal midweek meal when you're in a hurry. This creamy, cheesy pasta bake is packed with courgette, cauliflower and kale, making it that little bit healthier than your average mac 'n' cheese.

    • 4
    (5 ratings)
  • Quinoa and halloumi

    Quinoa with halloumi

    Quinoa is a healthy, wheat-free grain that's perfect in salads. Just add some delicious grilled Halloumi cheese, mint, yogurt and pitta bread for a quick dinner

    • 3
    (25 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's risotto al verde

    Mary Berry's risotto al verde

    Mary Berry's latest rice recipe is a Risotto Al Verde - or green risotto - from Italy is a three-in-one recipe that allows you to choose which flavour risotto you want for your meal depending on your mood and who you are cooking for. Add pesto as a quick mid-week meal with the kids, blue cheese and pine nuts for an indulgent night in on the sofa or mushroom and asparagus for a dinner party with friends. It's up to you but Mary Berry has provided all the tips and tricks on how to make each! Risotto is not a difficult dish to cook, it just takes some time and patience to wait for the rice to absorb the liquid and they are the perfect recipes to use up leftover veggies or cheese that is a little dried out and past its' best.

    • 3
    (30 ratings)
  • Broccoli, red pepper and cheese frittata

    Broccoli, red pepper and cheese frittata

    Eggs may be the most versatile ingredient ever. They fit perfectly into breakfast, lunch, dinner and even dessert. This broccoli, red pepper and cheese frittata recipe is a great way of using up a box of eggs and even better for making use of those little odd ends of ingredients we always seem to have lurking in the back of the fridge. Ideal as a hot breakfast but a leftover cold slice is wonderful for lunch too. When chilled, it holds it shape so well that it's ideal for taking to a picnic as an alternate to sandwiches.

    • 3
    (14 ratings)
  • Stuffed red peppers with cherry tomatoes and Cheddar

    Stuffed red peppers with cherry tomatoes and Cheddar

    These brilliant red peppers are great to cook either in an oven or in the summer, over medium coals on a barbecue (with the lid down). They’re so easy to make and would be the perfect option for vegetarians or as a light lunch that can be wrapped up and taken to work fuss free! The couscous and cherry tomatoes work really well together to make a delicious filling that is refreshing and full of flavor. Topped with Cheddar for a crisp finish, these stuffed peppers are so moreish.

    • 4
    (16 ratings)
  • Squash and cheese tart

    Squash and greens tart

    This delicious, soft squash and greens tart is a great way to get the best flavour out of your veg. The tender butternut squash adds a delicious, moreish flavour to this dish with a creamy texture that works well with the buttery tart pastry. This recipe could be served as a starter and cut into slices for everyone to help themselves. You could also try making mini versions of this recipe too preparing your pastry base using cutters. Make sure you grease your baking tin before cooking this tart otherwise it will get stuck to the bottom. You could line your baking tray with greaseproof paper to make sure this doesn’t happen.

    • 4
    (2 ratings)
  • Woman's Weekly Courgette and lemon pasta

    Quick courgette and lemon pasta

    Pappardelle pasta with a sauce of ricotta cheese, grated courgette, garlic and lemon stirred in. A very quick pasta dish to make for 2 people.

    • 3
    (7 ratings)
  • Farmhouse fry-up

    Quick farmhouse fry-up

    This simple fry-up recipe is quick, easy and ready in half hour. Make it all in one-pot which means you can spend less time washing up and more time enjoying this tasty breakfast recipe. Soft mushrooms, egg and spinach makes this fry-up a favourite.

    • 4
    (8 ratings)

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