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Our 10 most popular vegetarian recipes

Our 10 most popular vegetarian recipes

We’ve taken a look through the archives to see which vegetarian recipes you guys have been loving this year, and these are the 10 most popular recipes so far:

This moreish Mediterranean-style vegetable stew is perfect for a super-healthy midweek supper. Serve with crusty bread for mopping up all the sauce.

Once you see how simple and tasty this pizza recipe is, that takeaway menu will stay firmly in the drawer! This is a classic Margherita, but you can add whatever toppings you’d like – olives, roasted veggies and little bombs of pesto are all great ways to switch it up.

This veggie chilli is a hearty, delicious alternative to traditional chilli con carne, packed with good stuff. It’s delicious topped with soured cream and guacamole, with rice or tortilla chips.

This is a cheap and easy dish. You could add chopped cauliflower, red pepper or aubergine before the sweet potato; or serve in a flatbread with grated carrot, coriander and shredded lettuce.

This is an oldie but a goodie from Jamie’s Italy. This classic northern Italian recipe is a great way to serve aubergines. By layering them with Parmesan and tomatoes and then baking them you get an absolutely scrumptious vegetable dish. Also great served with fish or roasted meats, if you’re not vegetarian.

There’s nothing more comforting than an oozy risotto. This simple vegetarian recipe is delicious as it is, or as a foundation for loads of delicious flavours: grilled mushrooms, fresh artichokes, roasted tomatoes and even humble frozen peas are all great additions.

Hearty and nutritious, minestrone soup is a tasty crowd-pleaser and is super-easy to tweak according to whatever vegetables you have in the house.

This beautiful baked pasta dish is one of the greatest vegetarian recipes. It’s surprisingly simple to put together, but does take a bit of time so is a good weekend project.

This is a great introduction to pasta for kids – loads of fun to eat, and a brilliant base for all kinds of other flavours. Once you’ve made this a few times you can try adding other simple ingredients, such as baby spinach, chopped rocket leaves, or fresh or frozen peas to your basic tomato sauce to totally transform it.

This super-speedy weeknight winner comes together in just 15 minutes. To make it fully vegetarian, swap Parmesan for vegetarian hard cheese instead.

Looking for more inspo? Order your copy of Veg, Jamie’s new book, which is all about celebrating really good, tasty food that just happens to be meat-free. You can also find out more about the wonderful world of veg at the Vegepedia!


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