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Here in the UK, 15-21 May 2017 marks National Vegetarian Week. Whether you’re omnivorous, carnivorous, or somewhere in between, it’s easy to join in on this week of meat-free festivity. Who knows, you might even like to stick with your new-found vegetarianism.With half of the Khoollect team avid vegetarians, our crew are big believers in eating our greens. You can sign up on the National Vegetarian Week website and go veggie for the week, and if you’d like to consider reducing your intake of meat on a weekly basis, we’ve got you covered (with no trace of ‘rabbit food’ in sight).

Here are our top recipe suggestions for making your Mondays meat-free meal days:

  • Sweet potato gnocchi: Vanessa Fletcher’s sweet potato gnocchi recipe is a hearty dish, perfect for those who have not yet made friends with salad.
  • Quick noodle bowl: if you’re in need of a speedy thrown-together meal, Georgina Hayden’s quick noodle bowl is a health-giving feed you can bring together in ten.
  • Roast cauliflower cheese soup: from our clever Food Editor Frankie comes this warming recipe that’s perfect for a nourishing Monday night in.
  • Smoky butternut squash stew: Ruby Tandoh’s delicious stew is a feast for the senses and a great start to any week.
  • Spicy noodle soup with tofu: those who enjoy a bit of spice in their lives will get a kick out of Wendy Rowe’s slurpy tofu dish.
  • Carrot fritters: Food Editor Frankie’s carrot fritters make wonderful next-day lunch leftovers and a tasty Monday night meal.
  • Scrambled tofu: this dish is great at any time of day, but especially good when you’re recovering from the weekend that was.
  • Mexican veggie chilli: a plentiful source of protein and a delicious burst of umami, this recipe will soon become your go-to mid-week meal.
  • Late spring stew: get all your greens in one go with this life-affirming mixture of delicious vegetables.
  • Blood orange and caramelised fennel salad: need something a little lighter? Allow Amaranth Journal to swoop in and save the day with this citrus-centred dish.
  • Pumpkin and rainbow chard filo tart: a firm favourite from the depths of the Khoollect recipe archives, this one’s a crowd pleaser, best served with a light side salad like this one.

What are your go-to meat-free dishes? Let us know in the comments below…

Are you a travelling vegetarian?

Check out our favourite veggie eateries in Paris...

Here in the UK, 15-21 May 2017 marks National Vegetarian Week. Whether you’re omnivorous, carnivorous, or somewhere in between, it’s easy to join in on this week of meat-free festivity. Who knows, you might even like to stick with your new-found vegetarianism.With half of the Khoollect team avid vegetarians, our crew are big believers in eating our greens. You can sign up on the National Vegetarian Week website and go veggie for the week, and if you’d like to consider reducing your intake of meat on a weekly basis, we’ve got you covered (with no trace of ‘rabbit food’ in sight).

Here are our top recipe suggestions for making your Mondays meat-free meal days:

  • Sweet potato gnocchi: Vanessa Fletcher’s sweet potato gnocchi recipe is a hearty dish, perfect for those who have not yet made friends with salad.
  • Quick noodle bowl: if you’re in need of a speedy thrown-together meal, Georgina Hayden’s quick noodle bowl is a health-giving feed you can bring together in ten.
  • Roast cauliflower cheese soup: from our clever Food Editor Frankie comes this warming recipe that’s perfect for a nourishing Monday night in.
  • Smoky butternut squash stew: Ruby Tandoh’s delicious stew is a feast for the senses and a great start to any week.
  • Spicy noodle soup with tofu: those who enjoy a bit of spice in their lives will get a kick out of Wendy Rowe’s slurpy tofu dish.
  • Carrot fritters: Food Editor Frankie’s carrot fritters make wonderful next-day lunch leftovers and a tasty Monday night meal.
  • Scrambled tofu: this dish is great at any time of day, but especially good when you’re recovering from the weekend that was.
  • Mexican veggie chilli: a plentiful source of protein and a delicious burst of umami, this recipe will soon become your go-to mid-week meal.
  • Late spring stew: get all your greens in one go with this life-affirming mixture of delicious vegetables.
  • Blood orange and caramelised fennel salad: need something a little lighter? Allow Amaranth Journal to swoop in and save the day with this citrus-centred dish.
  • Pumpkin and rainbow chard filo tart: a firm favourite from the depths of the Khoollect recipe archives, this one’s a crowd pleaser, best served with a light side salad like this one.

What are your go-to meat-free dishes? Let us know in the comments below…

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