With just a can of chopped tomatoes, a fillet of cod and some final flourishes, you can whip up this simple fish supper in a matter of minutes. Need a speedy, DIY family meal? Try these mackerel pancakes. Using sweet ingredients with stronger-flavoured fish such as mackerel helps tempt children to try them.
Make these family-friendly chicken wraps with lemon, garlic and cinnamon marinade on a barbecue if the sun is shining. Serve in flatbreads with yoghurt. An omega-3 rich, family friendly simple salmon supper. Let the kids choose how much heat they like by serving hot sauce on the table alongside.
Enjoy this veggie pesto pasta salad with cucumber, peas, cherry tomatoes and basil for an easy family meal. It's great for a packed lunch or summery picnic Save yourself time and washing-up on Christmas Day by cooking carrots, leeks and Brussels sprouts together along with butter and sage for a perfect side dish. These tacos are ideal for sharing. Stuff yours with crunchy mustard slaw and chipotle-seasoned cod for a speedy midweek meal for two. Just four supermarket ingredients stand between you and this super quick, low-calorie supper. Meatballs in a teriyaki sauce with fresh and crunchy pak choi.
This low-fat, low-calorie version of your favourite stir-fried takeaway will be ready in 20 minutes and is packed with prawns and plenty of flavour. Enjoy this Mexican-inspired vegetarian brunch of egg, tomato, avocado, kidney beans and cheese, on top of tortilla. It's spicy, filling and full of flavour This speedy tortilla supper counts as 3 of your 5 a day and needs just four ingredients.
It doesn't get much easier than this veggie storecupboard meal Use up leftovers with this easy mint, pea and pasta frittata, which takes just 20 minutes. It keeps really well — pack into lunchboxes for the next day Ready in no time, this simple budget sundae will satisfy any midweek sweet cravings. If you're looking for a pudding you can whip up in a flash, this is it Soft, creamy goat's cheese or a deliciously strong blue cheese both work well in this easy veggie supper that's on the table in just 20 minutes Make these tasty soy, honey and butter salmon parcels on a barbecue for the taste of summer.
Serve with a refreshing cucumber and sesame salad on the side.
A hearty stew to feed a family with just four ingredients. Spicy chorizo and fresh pesto provide tons of flavour and it's on the table in just 20 minutes If I could give it six stars I most certainly would. Thank you for this and all of your wonderful recipes! Tasty, well balanced nutritionally and texture-wise, appealing to the eye esp. Guess which one was almost totally gone and got the most requests for the recipe? Yours of course! I found your recipe on Friday, made it on Sunday, and am eating it right now and for lunch allll week long.
It is sweet, spicy, and hearty. Honestly made me wonder why I even ate cheese quesadillas in the first place! This was number one on my list. I made it last night and everyone loved it!!! My teenagers were a bit reluctant to try it, but after they finally took a bite they were pleasantly surprised.
In fact, those were the exact words my said used… Pleasantly surprised. Fantastic recipe! Thank you for sharing! For the salad, we did kale, carrots, sliced bell peppers, golden raisins, and pistachios. It was delish! Super excited we still have more dressing left over so we can make it again! One of the best sauces that I have had. Would never have thought to put capers and the brine in it but I think is really what made the taste.
Thank you Kate for your great recipes! Great for lunches and dinners, super easy to make. Tried other baked falafel recipes before but had not that were this good!
Awesome recipe! Thanks for sharing! It made plenty to freeze too so it really makes a great meal for a large family or for people looking to stretch their meals out over a couple days. Thanks, Kate! Your recipes are always just what I am looking for, and this one is perfect. Good job! I made it with a Mexican inspired quinoa salad over spinach as a side.
Thanks for a new favorite recipe, Kate! No exaggeration — it was so, so good! The manfriend enjoyed it as well! I only used half a cabbage and there are so many leftovers — looking forward to taking them to the office for lunch tomorrow!
Thanks for the recipe — this one is definitely a keeper! The carrot ginger dressing is so delicious! A great vegetarian dish. Even my die hard carnivore husband loves it for dinner. It definitely rivals the curry at our favorite local Thai restaurant.
This is going to become a regular dinner at my house! Thanks again for another great recipe. Served over a baked potato! Thank you for this incredible recipe! More resources you might appreciate: 23 healthy make-ahead breakfast recipes , 16 recipes that pack well for lunch and 20 simple weeknight dinners. You might also like my monthly seasonal produce guides and healthy kitchen essentials.
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It's all free. Your comments make my day. If you made the recipe, please choose a star rating, too. You will not be subscribed to our email newsletter. Love the butternut squash sage pasta, that looks so delicious :. Wow, look at all those eye popping veggies! But those carrot and snap peas, those look good! Maybe you can have your cake and eat it too. I mean veggies. And your pesto?! Thanks, Alexa!
As past president of Calgary Vegetarian Society I would like to complement you on your fantastic effort to provide everyone with the information you publish on line.
Don't sweat it if you slightly overcook the salmon. If there was ever going to be a time to bring out the big guns cough, your slow cooker , this would be it. Cook 3 minutes; remove from heat. Try our Italian veggie cottage pie recipe for a super satisfying spoonful with sundried tomatoes, spinach and cheesy, fluffy potatoes. Use no-boil lasagna noodles to speed up prep, if you're making this last minute!
We have regular meetups, eat outs and potlucks to encourage vegetarian lifestyle. Is it possible to obtain permission to print some of your material and distribute it to our members. We have a number of members that have not accepted computer technology.
Thank you. This is such a great, visually appealing bunch of recipes. Oh the pictures, and the recipes! They really inspire me to make every meal as tasty and beautiful as I can. And thank you for all the work that went into the index. It is appreciated. I try not to read your posts before meals, because they make me hungry!
I love these roundups! That roasted cauliflower and freekah sounds amazing, not sure how I missed that one earlier! What a great assortment of recipes, I needed something good to make for dinner tonight and it was difficult to decide. I fixed 13 as I had all the ingredients on hand well, barley was the grain as I have never seen the one listed and all of us would have liked bigger servings, it was so good.
There is always next week to try again. I think 10 or 16 will be next. Barley sounds like a great substitute! Glad you all loved it, hope you enjoy the others just as much! Such a great collection of recipes! I have been eyeing that West African Peanut Soup for quite some time now and I think it is about time that I finally make it! These look and sound amazing, yum!
I am going to attempt a vegetarian diet for a month and these are definitely going to help, thanks! Yay yay yay! I love these round up posts with the user comments — so bright, delicious and perfect for sifting through on hot summer nights when I just want something fresh and healthy like, uh, all the time right now!
What a wonderful line up of meals — they really look stunning — so healthy and so delicious — this makes meal planning SO much easier — thank you! My sister and I are both huge fans of your site.
Make smaller portions of a recipe? Thanks so much! Hey Anna! So glad to hear you both enjoy my blog. I have a fridge overflowing with leftovers right now. Sometimes I play with leftovers by turning, say, a bean salad into burrito or quesadilla filling, put it on some greens, etc. I really need to start having the foresight to halve recipes, too—that would solve a lot of problems! Hope these ideas help. I just discovered your blog and all these recipes look absolutely amazing! Only problem is, where I live Greece most of those ingredients which are crucial to vegan cooking are really expensive, not to mention hard to find.
Quinoa has just recently been appearing in local supermarket stores but is still at 6 times the price of rice. Same goes for coconut milk, sweet potatoes, even avocados are quite expensive here. Flaxseed, chia seeds etc are only sold in bio product stores, in pretty high prices too. Thanks for saying hello! You can do it! Great recipe overview, there are definately a couple I want to try although I am not per se vegan, I just simply love vegetables a lot! Thanks for the great list of veggie recipes. They look so delicious! Just discovered your site…will make something from your list today!
I am salivating already. Just discovered your site and made the curried cauliflower soup. He rarely shares my vegan recipes with her, so that is a real endorsement. Still flavorful. Thank you for saying hello, Carol! Glad you found my site and delighted to hear that you all enjoyed the soup! Another great list!
Thank You for sharing your recipes. I am a personal chef and am always looking for new delicious reipes!