Best Vegetarian Recipes
Find the best vegetarian recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. These healthy, easy and nutrient-packed meatless meal ideas range from main dishes to cook in…
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Vegetarian Lunch Ideas
Antoni Porowski’s Cauliflower Steaks with Turmeric and Crunchy Almonds
Who has impeccable taste in graphic tees, a penchant for guacamole, a soul-piercing gaze and, as of today, a shiny new cookbook? Queer Eye’s resident food expert Antoni Porowski is who. Antoni in the Kitchen reads a lot like his memoir: Think healthy, approachable meals with a sprinkling of Polish-Canadian heritage and a dose of comfort food for good measure. Of course, we’re partial to the cauliflower steaks with turmeric and crunchy almonds. (C’mon, it’s cauliflower.)
Roasted Squash Salad with White Beans, Bread Crumbs and Preserved Lemon
When the temperatures drop and a chill settles into the air, we like to trade our usual dainty green salads for something heartier. Aran Goyoaga’s roasted squash salad with white beans, bread crumbs and preserved lemon will do the trick.
Pizza with Butternut Squash Sauce
Tomato sauce. Mozzarella. Pepperoni. Repeat. If your pizza routine is getting tired, switch it up with this recipe. We swap traditional tomato sauce for one made with butternut squash, then load up the pie with two kinds of cheese. See? Your next pizza night is already more exciting.
Roasted Pumpkin and Brussels Sprouts with Poached Eggs
Winging it and throwing a bunch of veggies in the oven can be fun, but dangerous. Sometimes the results are surprisingly delicious, and sometimes we need to call in reinforcements (aka pizza). But Athena Calderone has your back with her gorgeous new cookbook, Cook Beautiful. Her recipe for roasted pumpkin and Brussels sprouts with poached eggs is the perfect combination of fall flavors.
Cauliflower Steaks with Lemon-Herb Sauce
In this recipe we cut the head into thick slices, coat them with olive oil and smoked paprika, and then sear the “steaks” on the stove top. Drizzle them with a fresh lemon-herb sauce (that can totally be made ahead) and serve with a side of steamed wild rice.