Whether you’re a vegetarian or just someone who prefers to lean on veggie-heavy meals, it can be hard coming up with ideas to keep things exciting in the…
This quick and easy vegetarian rendition perfectly captures the spirit of the beloved pizza, sans chicken or crust, thanks to two cans of white beans, some barbecue sauce, and a duo of shredded cheeses. Think of it as main-dish version of baked beans; you’ll still have glaze-y beans, but they’ll be draped in singed mozzarella and smoked Gouda.
All vegetables taste better when transformed into crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside fritters, and these broccoli ones are no exception. They come together effortlessly with just two ingredients — broccoli and chickpea flour — which means they’re naturally free of gluten, dairy, and eggs, and are protein-rich.
One of the easiest ways to take Brussels sprouts to the next level is to borrow two simple ingredients from the breakfast table: maple syrup and bacon. The combination is sweet, salty, smoky, and earthy, and preparation is really no more difficult than roasting the Brussels sprouts on their own.
The magical combination of butter and garlic never gets old, and it’s just the ticket when you want an easy mushroom side dish that goes with steak, chicken, or even fish. Meaty whole mushrooms mingle with gently browning butter, and some garlic and fresh thyme get tossed into the skillet at the end to deliciously perfume the browned beauties.
If you're looking for a hearty vegetarian main, this mixed mushroom risotto is for you! This recipe contains all the ingredients found in traditional risotto — aromatics, short-grain rice, white wine, broth, Parmesan cheese, and butter — plus lots of meaty mushrooms scented with fresh thyme.
In this Mexican-inspired take on the classic Korean dish, squash blossoms, vines, and leaves are fermented with a seasoning paste that gets its flavor from a trio of Mexican chiles. #mexicanchiles #squashvine #kimchi #kimchirecipe #mexicancooking #koreandish #mexicancuisine #koreancuisine
Eggplant is the star of caponata, a stewed eggplant and tomato dish that hails from Sicily. Being such a classic dish, the internet is full of varieties and spins, but this recipe highlights how simple it can be to create a perfect. #siciliancooking #sicilianeggplantcaponata #eggplantcaponata #eggplantcaponatarecipe
How to cook with it, though? You have so many options! It can be grilled or roasted simply as a side dish, transformed into a silky pasta sauce, and, of course, be fried and layered into a cheesy, luxe eggplant Parm. Here are 30 of our favorite eggplant recipes to make with this hearty vegetable. #eggplant #eggplants #eggplantrecipes #cookingegglants
Thanksgiving is one of the few times a year green beans take the main stage, particularly in the form of a casserole. Who’s to say it can’t be vegan? This fall classic gets a dairy-free makeover and a grown-up upgrade with homemade crispy shallots. #greenbean #greenbeancasserole #vegandish #vegangreenbeancasserole #vegangreenbeancasserolerecipe
Roasted Brussels sprouts seem to get all the attention, but the quick and easy weeknight side you really need on your radar is shaved Brussels sprouts. Sautéed in a hot skillet until the leaves are just tender and vibrant with a hint caramelized char around the edges and tossed with a duo of lemon at the last minute for a pop of freshness, it’s a 10-minute side dish that’s easy to serve alongside absolutely anything. #lemonshaved #lbrusselssproutsrecipes #brusselssprouts #brusselssprout
According to Chinese medicine, eggplant cools the body from the inside. It’s fitting, then, that this vegetable peaks in late summer, when many of us could use all the help we can get to cool off. This dish also happens to come together in mere minutes, which means less time cooking over the stove. #eggplant #eggplantrecipes #eggplantstirfry #stirfry #stirfryrecipes
This quick and easy version of eggplant curry happens to be vegan, but the toothsome eggplant and creamy sauce would satisfy even the most carnivorous meat-eaters. The curry powder adds a pleasant pungency and a toasty depth to the dish that offsets the vegetable’s natural bitterness. #creamycoconuteggplantcurry #eggplantcurry #cocunuteggplantcurry #curry #curryrecipe #eggplantcurryrecipe #curryrecipes
This protein-packed meatless loaf will quickly become a dinnertime favorite. It’s firm, not mushy or dry, and bursts with umami flavor — and we didn’t even use any mock meats. The vegan loaf is equally terrific topped with a shiny layer of ketchup glaze or smothered in gravy. Plus, leftovers make fantastic sandwiches. #veganmushroommeatloaf #vegandish #vegancooking #veaganmeals #mushroommeatloaf #meatloafrecipe #mushroommeatloafrecipe
The zucchini is sliced (more on that later) and caramelized in a very generous amount of extra-virgin olive oil until deep, nutty, and sweet. Then, the cooked zucchini is tossed with spaghetti, grated Pecorino Romano, and freshly cracked black pepper. The latter two ingredients are key — the sharpness of the cheese and black pepper heat both provide foils for the inherent sweetness of the squash. #zucchini #zucchinipasta #zucchinirecipes #pastarecipe #pastalovers