10 Easy, Tasty Vegetarian Meals You’ll Make Again and Again


Misconceptions about tofu, the taste of vegan anything and a serving of Quorn nuggets are just a few of the reasons a lot of people aren’t eager to go veg. I’ll admit, I had my doubts the first time a vegan friend offered me a spoonful of her tofu soup. But, all it took was one bite to discover that a delicious meal is all in the recipe. Here are some simple dishes to ease even the toughest skeptics into more eco-friendly eating habits. They’re so easy to make, and so yummy, you’ll find yourself making them again and again. At least I have!

Chickpea Curry

chickpea curry

Who doesn’t love chickpeas? This quintessential Indian recipe packs a zesty punch of flavor and is easy to prepare. As long as your spice rack is stocked, the ingredients in chickpea curry will cost you less than five bucks at the grocery store.

Tofu Scramble

scrambled tofu

Although this meal may sound like something you’d avoid ordering, tofu scramble puts your typical breakfast of eggs and buttered toast to shame. Plus, the recipe is quick and simple.

Vegetarian Chili


Some people think chili just isn’t chili without the meat, but they obviously haven’t tried this delicious vegetarian recipe. Even amateur cooks can handle this easy dish, so don’t be afraid to get creative. Experiment a little and toss in some black beans or chickpeas to make it your own.

Seitan Fajitas


You meat lovers must be wondering if tofu is the only vegetarian alternative, so try some seitan. This fabulous fajita recipe substitutes wheat meat for the real stuff, yielding a unique and tasty meal that won’t keep you in the kitchen all day long.

Spicy Sichuan Eggplant


If eggplant isn’t one of your diet staples, it’s time to consider mixing it up a bit. You can use this versatile vegetable an assortment of delectable dishes, my personal favorite being this amazing recipe for spicy Sichuan eggplant.

Nut Loaf

nut loaf

I grew up on meat loaf, so it was hard to imagine a vegan alternative that could live up to this traditionally delicious dinner. That is, until I made my first nut loaf. If cashews and almonds are among your favorite snacks, this recipe is for you.

Vegan Paella

vegetarian paella

Substitute cashews for seafood, and you’ve got a vegan version of this classic Spanish meal that is simply mouth-watering.

Mushroom Tofu Stew


You don’t need potatoes and meat to make a good stew. Considering I like to add mushrooms to pretty much any dish, I might be biased, but mushroom tofu stew reinvents this basic recipe with a vegetarian twist.

Avocado Grapefruit Salad

grapefruit avocado salad

Sick of eating the same old salads? This great recipe combines avocados and grapefruits, two flavors that deliciously complement each other to invigorate your bored taste buds.

Oatmeal Yogurt Pancakes


Ever since a friend made me oatmeal yogurt pancakes, I’ve replicated this scrumptious meal every Sunday morning for breakfast. I’ve always loved pancakes, but this recipe is truly in a league of its own.

Note: shown at top, the classic pizza margherita.

Images: sergeant killjoy, dichohecho, amy_b, arvindgrover, meganchromik, specialkrb, cookfood.net, ptc24, SMercury98, sunpath, Crystl

Sponsored Content:


9 thoughts on “10 Easy, Tasty Vegetarian Meals You’ll Make Again and Again

  1. Pingback: Knowing Your Organic Food Brands

  2. Pingback: Tweets that mention Simple, Easy Vegetarian Recipes for Vegetarian Meals Your Family Will Love | EcoSalon | Conscious Culture and Fashion -- Topsy.com

  3. Hi! I’m here from Mrs. Green’s site … so glad she linked to you and this post!

    Mmm! These recipes look great … I’m going to “save” this post for easy reference.

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Great post – these dishes look terrific! I have been saying for a long time now that I think I enjoy chili even more now than when I ate meat. And you can make so many variations. Am always looking for new recipes and new ways to use avocado as well – so the avocado/grapefruit salad looks delish!

  5. There’s absolutely no truth to the myth that a veggie or vegan diet leaves you with a lack of options. Besides, we are so lucky we have the Internet. Google is your best friend. Ideas, recipes and info is (almost overwhelmingly) everywhere.

  6. This is a wonderful collection of ideas. I’ve been veggie for 20 years and can testify that many of these are recipes I cook over and over again as well. Really good selection, thanks!

    I would add stir fry to the mix, as it’s really quick and healthy and a rich, warming soup and my all time favourite – lentil dahl; eaten hot or cold!

  7. All I can say is YUM. I’m eager to become a veggie yet worried about the options. Can you move in and cook?


Submit a comment:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>