These vegetarian and vegan recipes are packed with flavor and will satisfy everyone in the family. It's easy to feel inspired when thousands of tried and tested vegetarian and vegan recipes are at your fingertips. Try a new plant-based meal for dinner tonight!
This tropical medley is a fresh alternative to a vegetable side dish.
Thin rice vermicelli noodles are piled atop a saucy eggplant stir-fry so they retain their tender, fluffy texture and don’t get weighed down by the sauce. Serve this dish with lime wedges and your favorite hot sauce.
Chow fun is the Chinese name for rice noodles. We’ve called for fresh noodles here, but if you can’t find them, substitute dried rice stick noodles and prepare according to package directions. The noodles soak up the sauce quickly, so serve immediately.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping. Fresh rice-paper rolls are easy to make once you get the hang of softening the wrappers with warm water. Serve these rolls as an appetizer or as part of an Asian-themed meal. They make delicious take-along lunches, too!
A sweet-and-sour combination of cauliflower and apple is paired with melted Swiss cheese in a deli-style grilled sandwich. We’ve called for a panini or sandwich press, but you can also make it grilled-cheese-sandwich style in a skillet—just be careful when flipping it to make sure the filling doesn’t fall out.
Homemade yogurt, kimchi and other fermented foods are cheaper than store-bought—plus they're higher in active cultures and free of sugar and added ingredients. Plus, they're easy and fun. Here, we share a recipe for a simple, creamy vegan yogurt recipe you'll make again and again.
Making a grilled veggie burger from scratch used to produce a crumbly mess. But thanks to the smart use of chickpeas and other healthy binders like mushrooms and black beans, these veggie burgers bring a whole new level of delicious awesomeness.
When you've got the cold or flu, it's essential to load up on caffeine-free liquids to keep you hydrated. Herbal teas, like this one featuring chamomile, are soothing. Add a touch of honey to ease sore throats and suppress coughs.
This stunning, sexy dish is spicy, tart and crisp.
Roasting concentrates the flavor of tomatoes, meaning you can make this soup with less-than-stellar, out-of-season tomatoes, and it’s still fantastic. (But make it when local tomatoes are at their best, and you’ll knock your own socks off.)
Tempeh stands in for beef in this vegetarian, fiber-rich version of a Reuben.
The perfect Christmas dessert (or indulgent breakfast?), this looks beautiful and is so much fun to make. Store leftover chocolate hazelnut spread in sterilized jars. Or double-batch the spread as it will keep in the fridge for up to a month. Add a pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground cloves for extra festive flavor.
Mushrooms and walnuts stand in for meat in this cancer-fighting meal.
This elegant version of a sunken pear cake is true to its flavors and hides the perfect surprise on the inside, making it incredibly moist and fluffy. This bread gets a powerful infusion of fresh ginger, maple syrup and white wine to make it even more festive.
This beautiful vegan cheeseball is the ultimate festive appetizer. It is creamy, flavorful and perfect for any dairy-sensitive guests. You can easily make it a few days ahead of time and serve it with crackers or fresh vegetables just as your guests arrive.
Brussels sprouts seem like a holiday no-brainer, yet they can be easily overlooked. These roasted Brussels sprouts are an easy and flavorful recipe that highlight fall and winter’s freshest ingredients. They are a quintessential side dish to any holiday meal, with a subtle sweetness and exciting crunch!