These delicious vegetarian one-pot meals to enjoy are highly loved by all. . To make a filling meal, we packed these recipes with vegetables like tomatoes, butternut squash, and beans. Plus, with just one pan to scrub, cleaning is a breeze. Hearty, delicious recipes like our Tofu & Vegetable Scramble and Mexican Skillet Quinoa are ideal for tonight's dinner. Note: Parmesan cheese, which includes animal rennet, is used in some of these pasta dishes. To keep the dish fully vegetarian, omit it or replace it with your favourite cheese.
A basic, cheap, and easy weeknight dinner is this one-pot pasta with tangy tomato-basil sauce. All of your ingredients go into one pot, and with a little stirring and about 25 minutes of cooking time, you'll have a nutritious meal that the whole family will enjoy.
Don't throw out those nearly-expired vegetables and new herbs. For a fast vegetarian meal, toss them into this skillet egg scramble. In this simple skillet recipe, nearly any vegetable will work, so choose your favourites or use what you have on hand.
This one-pan vegetarian meal has a substantial and hearty feel thanks to spice-laced quinoa, beans, and sweet potato. Prepare a crisp side salad or simply chop up some avocado while the dish is simmering for a fast and simple 30-minute meal.
We've combined tofu and plenty of veggies with a flavorful sauce made with red curry paste, lime juice, and coconut milk for this simple Thai curry recipe. To add even more vegetables to your weeknight meal, serve the curry over lightly warmed zucchini noodles. Plus, since everything is cooked in one skillet, you just have to clean one pan after dinner.
White bean soup
This one-pot, high-fibre vegetarian chilli is incredibly flavorful for a quick-cooking soup—so much so that tasters couldn't believe it wasn't meat! To thicken the chilli and give it a hearty texture, we add a little flour and cook it with the lid off.
Feel free to mix and match your favourite vegetables and spices in this fast tofu and vegetable scramble. Using vegetables like peppers, green beans, and sugar snap peas that will cook at the same time.
Since this gnocchi are cooked in hot oil, they are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They also leave a little fond (crispy brown bits) in the pan, which gives the tomato and leek sauce, which is cooked in the same pan, a toasty taste. This simple gnocchi recipe takes just 20 minutes from start to finish since it uses store-bought shelf-stable gnocchi. When compared to white gnocchi, whole-wheat gnocchi provides 2 more grammes of fibre per serving.