Cooking can become a drag if you have to do it every day. It is however an activity that calls for creativity and besides, who doesn’t enjoy eating something delicious? Breathe some new life to your old dishes with our list of five delicious vegetarian recipes!
Whether you are looking for a failsafe recipe to make for a dinner party, or just looking for some new cooking inspiration, this list will hit the spot.
This tasty salad is so easy to make, you’ll fall in love with it immediately. The combination of the roasted cherry tomatoes and asparagus paired with goat cheese is enough to get anyone salivating. The salad is perfect for dining at home or entertaining guests.
Another dish that is quick and easy to make (it only takes 20 minutes), this one will have everyone at the dinner table asking for more. It calls for fontal cheese, which makes it a rather rich meal. The mushrooms and polenta tone the richness down a bit and gives it a wholesome, earthy taste.
You don’t have to miss out on all the spicy goodness that is good old chili! This three-bean vegetarian chili is simple to prepare and just as delicious too. It packs a protein punch with pinto beans, black beans and cannellini beans, and did we mention that it’s nice and hot? Perfect for colder days.
Sticking with the hot stuff, here’s a curry you won’t be able to resist. With sweet potato, tomato and cauliflower. And, you’ll only need madras curry spice! It’s enough to keep you nice and warm when it’s cold out. If you like hot stuff, you can always add some chili or red pepper.
The food so nice, the named it twice! Save some time and hassle by whipping up this delicious meal that’s ready in less than 20 minutes. Crunchy carrots and broccoli with feta and raisins and ginger and curry powder brings the couscous to life.
Any of these dishes are perfect for dining at home or entertaining guests. We’ve tried them all and found them to be delicious! Keep in mind that you can always change the ingredients up a bit if you don’t have what the recipe calls for.
Which recipe do you think you’re going to start with?