Vegetarian cooking doesn’t have to be complicated! Just because a meal is meatless doesn't mean it takes forever to make, involves a long list of ingredients or tastes bland. Take a look at these seven vegetarian dinners.
From scrambled tofu on those nights where you just don’t have time, to lentil shepherd's pie for the nights you have more time, we’ve got your next meatless Monday (or every day) meal.
Organic tofu is an excellent food from a nutritional and health perspective. Abundant with amino acids, iron and calcium, it’s the most popular source of protein for vegans and vegetarians.
Try this vegetarian twist on an old family favorite. Substituting lentils for meat can be a cheaper option, include more vitamins and minerals, and also have fewer calories.
We love creating variations of Abundance Bowls. Flavor and combination options are endless but there are some things that remain consistent - they are packed with a rainbow of vegetables!
A salad so fresh and vibrant has quickly become one of our faves! We are always looking for more ways to use quinoa, and love the flavors of Thai so we knew this Thai-inspired salad would be a winner.
There's nothing we enjoy more than getting into the Food Matters Kitchen and recreating old favorites. As requested by one of our Food Matters Team Member's, we've taken the much loved Shepard's Pie and done our own spin on it to create a vegan version.
Mid-week dinners don't need to be plain, take hours to prepare or require every dish in the kitchen to put the meal together! We love keeping it simple, but super flavorsome and colorful with stir-fries like this Tamarind & Ginger one!
Weeknight dinner inspiration: Eggplant Bruschetta! Easy dinners don't have to be boring. This throw together one-pan wonder is perfect for those mid-week dinners when you need something quick and easy.