Vegetarian recipes are no longer on the fringe: Some estimates have the nation's population of vegetarians at more than seven million, but even carnivores have embraced ideas like "meatless Mondays" to curb their meat consumption and promote healthy eating. Here's a secret about eating vegetarian - the food isn't just healthier, it actually tastes good. (We promise!) Even tofu, which is fairly bland, can be jazzed up with marinades and creative cooking methods (try it broiled!). Try making some of your favorite dishes without the meat - you might be surprised at how much flavor remains ( spaghetti with homemade sauce is still great without the meatballs, Asian stir-fries are delicious with just veggies, tofu and a handful of peanuts). You can even make vegetarian crock pot recipes! So if you're in a meat-eating rut, try making a vegetarian recipe once in awhile - you might be surprised at how much you enjoy it.See Popular Vegetarian Recipes
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Beans and vegetables stand in for the ground beef in this vegetarian version of sloppy joes that's full of tasty Italian flavors.
We've officially entered one of the coziest times of the year! Warm up with a plate of produce-packed vegetarian lasagna--an ideal make-ahead dinner.
Spring is here, and that means it's the perfect time for vegetarian lasagna. Why? Well, whereas the cold winter months fairly called out for a hearty, meatier dish, there's something about the fresh green burst of spring that puts us in the mood for something just a bit lighter and which heralds the summer garden season.
Eggplant Parmesan is a favorite cold weather casserole that's sure to please the whole family. What's not to love about cheese, tender eggplant, and sauce?
These vegetarian recipes have all the protein and other nutrients your body needs. Click to find out what meatless mains we've been whipping up lately.
This recipe is reminiscent of a really good, classic mac & cheese--but the squash adds a load of vitamins and fiber to up your nutritional game.
You know who you are: Vegetarians, those guests who announce just before everyone sits down for grilled cheeseburgers, with thick-cut bacon, that they -- um --don't eat meat. (Just kidding, you would never do that.) But who are you really?
Erase that vision of a bland block of tofu! Whether you're trying to reduce the amount of meat in your diet or just want to shake up your nightly dinner routine, vegetarian dishes can be a delicious option. Eliminating meat isn't as difficult as you might think--some of your favorite dishes already have layers upon layers of flavor even before you add the chicken or beef.
Bring the flavors of your favorite Mexican restaurant home by stuffing a vegetarian taco salad inside a crispy baked tortilla shell.
Delicious, satisfying and meat-free? These yummy recipes make it easy to be a vegetarian in winter, too!
It's April, which means Earth Day is coming up. To celebrate, we're bringing you some of our top Meatless Monday recipes all month here at Dinner for $10. What's going meatless on Monday have to do with Earth Day?
Kick of your tailgating party with these 10 appetizers, side dishes, entrees and desserts that will satisfy meat eaters and vegetarians alike.
A Mediterranean wrap and a Santa Fe wrap. Sounds like something we'd like. In fact, these two new sandwiches, just introduced by McDonald's in Canada, sound like they might be filled with sausage and red sauce or something spicy and Mexican chicken, like a burrito.
Earth Day's gotten a bit tattered over the years (although, of course, not has tattered as the actual Earth). Instead of building a compost bin or picking up litter at the playground, why don't we celebrate April 22 by doing something that will really help the planet? Like eating a vegetarian meal?
Ever had the urge to order a Big Mac, hold the beef? Head to India. The world's largest fast-food chain is catering to popular demand in the world's second most-populated country and opening its first all-vegetarian restaurants next year, reports the Wall Street Journal.
I like fashion almost as much as I like food. Every year, I'm glued to my computer come fall and spring, looking at pictures of the latest designer collections. Don't get me wrong; I certainly don't have the means to actually buy any of these clothes, but it's sure fun to look.