10 Easy Recipes to Enjoy This National Vegetarian Week
Feast your eyes on these delicious offerings and enjoy all week long!
It’s finally here! The week the nation celebrates plant-based living and all the wonderful aspects of being a vegetarian has arrived. Naturally, the Veggie team has an array of spectacular surprises planned for this special occasion, so be sure to keep an eye on our social feeds for your chance to win some amazing veggie prizes, an array of great recipes to try, plus advice from our veggie expert panel!
Whether you’re a newbie, flexitarian or long-term veggie veteran, you can get on board and enjoy delicious meat-free meals for the week. We’ve got some seriously tempting ideas to try – scroll down to see them, or browse our full website for a wealth of inspiration. Don’t forget to use #VeggieReaderRecipe on social media to show us the fruits of your labour!
The combination of flavours in this stunning burger is incredible, and bound to impress even the most reluctant meat-free Monday participant!
The Mushroom Bureau
This quick and easy midweek meal is ideal for busy evenings, and is filled with goodness.
This indulgent savoury dish works well as both a weeknight delicious family meal, or as a meal-prep lunch for the working week. It freezes well, too, so is a convenient option for both lunch and dinner.
This creamy take on the classic is beautifully gooey and makes a yummy dinner treat.
This speedy meal is light and packed full of goodness.
The Mushroom Bureau
A delicious lunch idea; this is super-easy to make, and budget-friendly.
Miguel Barclay's One Pound Vegan Meals
Bursting with goodness and ready in just 20 minutes, this is a life-saver after a hectic day!
Bound to be a crowd-pleaser, this unique spin on a classic chilli will quickly cement its place in your meal rotation!
Indulge in the cheesy favourite in this flavour-packed salad.
The gorgeous combo of beetroot and goat’s cheese is irresistible in this tasty tart! Save the leftovers for lunch the next day.
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