The ultimate comfort food bursting with easy-to-find fresh ingredients and some kitchen cupboard favourites.
Terry Hope Romero
Toothsome, hearty beet and lentil “meatballs” plus oven-roasted home fries live it up atop leafy greens and juicy tomatoes.
Bursting with flavourand vegetable goodness, this delicious curry is a great introduction to cooking Indian food at home.
Fab for feeding a crowd, these colourful stuffed peppers are packed with protein and delicious served with crusty bread, wholewheat couscous or other cooked grains.
A warming Shepherd’s Pie loaded with protein-packed lentils and veggies, and topped with flavoursome creamy mash.
Meat Free Monday
A rich, hearty Veggie Bolognese which utilises red lentils for a protein boost – easy to knock up in a single pot!
Jonathan Petrides, allplants
A classic Cypriot recipe remixed to replace the lamb, milk and butter with nothing but delicious plants!
Hearty meat free sausages – proof that you don’t need to eat ‘lightly’ to eat healthfully!
Rose Glover Nutrition
Packed with protein, fibre, and numerous minerals, this salad is great served on its own for a light lunch or as part of a mezze.
Copy My Dinner
Perfect for Burns night or for Sunday lunch, this hearty meat free haggis is best served with ‘neepes and tatties’ (mashed swede and mashed potatoes) and a dram or two of whisky!
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