After a long day at work, it can be difficult to come home and cook a healthful vegetarian meal that's both quick and tasty. Next time, avoid an extra trip for groceries by making one of these delicious meatless meals that uses common ingredients found in your kitchen!
Prefer your mac with a little extra oomph? Yeah, us too. This recipe for a simple Sriracha Mac n Cheese combines all the cheesy goodness of classic mac with the zest of Sriracha. It's what we call a no-lose recipe.
While the blogger at Green Kitchen Stories provides a detailed recipe for this no-recipe curry, he points out the vast opportunity for improvisation. Using fresh, seasonal vegetables and rotating spices will make this vegetable curry a new delight each time it's served!
Combine sweet, savory and tangy in this flavor-packed Roasted Vegetable Bowl from Blissful Basil. Use veggies you've got on hand, a few basic seasonings and a barbecue dipping sauce to make this recipe a quick favorite!
Using a mix of chickpeas, seasonal veggies, leafy greens and a buttery pastry crust, Oh My Veggies concocted this Meatless Monday masterpiece: chickpea pot pie. She seasoned her dish with paprika, but we encourage you to raid the spice cabinet.
These oven-roasted sweet potatoes and veggies from Eating Bird Food serve as a quick, delicious salad when you're in the mood for a light dinner.
Going meatless on Burger Night? Well, whip up one of these easy, four-ingredient lentil burgers from Green Lunch Diaries. All you'll need are eggs, rolled oats, wheat bread and a can of lentils — just don't forget the special sauce, lettuce, cheese, onions, pickles ... on a sesame seed bun!
Shakshuka is a scrumptious Israeli dish that consist of poached eggs, tomato-based sauce, vegetables and seasonings like cumin and paprika. After it's out of the oven, shakshuka is served with toasted dipping bread. We have one word for this dish: yum.
Perfect for cookouts and Monday night dinners alike, these tasty Barbecue Vegetable Skewers are a true crowd-pleaser. Choose all your favorite foods to skewer — zucchini, bell peppers, cauliflower, potatoes, tomatoes, you name it! — and throw it on a baking sheet and cook in the oven. Easy-peasy.
Even the most stubborn eaters are hard-pressed to find fault with Queso-Stuffed Poblanos. With cheese, rice and chopped veggies seasoned to perfection inside a flavorful poblano pepper, we're sure you'll win over the toughest of dinner crowds.
A healthy way to reinvent a classic meat dish, this gluten-free, vegan, low-carb alternative to spaghetti and meatballs uses zucchini threads to replace pasta and a combination of nuts, rice, flour and seasoning to make vegan meatballs. In a household of picky eaters, this dish is a happy medium between veggie-centric and comforting classic.