Cooked spaghetti with mushroom sauce and cherry tomatoes. Fork, spoon and white plate. White wooden background.
Everyone knows they ought to eat more veggies, but few of us do. Many complain that it is inconvenient. Well, below are 10 amazingly simple meatless meals to add to your weekly rotation.
Bean and cheese tacos: This recipe is super, duper easy and unbelievably delicious. Simply buy a can of refried beans, black or pinto work, a block of, or pre-shredded, Mexican cheese, some tortillas or wraps, and your favorite salsa. Smear the beans on the wrap, top with cheese and salsa, and nuke in the microwave for 30 seconds to a minute. Here are some more vegetarian taco recipes to inspire you. Mushroom Stroganoff: If you’re a fan of mushrooms check out this quick recipe for Easy Mushroom Stroganoff. Prep and cook time comes in at under 30 minutes! Most TV shows are longer than that.
Three bean chili: Another easy recipe that requires little more than a can opener. Purchase canned black, pinto, and red kidney beans. Add to that a can of crushed tomatoes, a cup or two of vegetable broth, fire roasted corn, and a packet of chili mix and you are in business. You can top it with shredded cheese and sour cream. This is also a great meal prep recipe as one batch makes many servings. Here is an easy to follow recipe for three bean chilli.
Stuffed peppers: Stuffed peppers are easy to make and you can add whatever you like inside. I recommend making a Mexican-inspired pepper by stuffing it with black beans, fire roasted corn, and Mexican rice. You can top it off with Mexican shredded cheese and sour cream. Check out this recipe to get a step by step recipe for Vegetarian Mexican Stuffed Peppers. Spaghetti: Simply boil the spaghetti and add a jar of your favorite tomato sauce. If you are used to having meatballs with your spaghetti, simply bake some baby portabella mushrooms and add them on top of your pasta.
Vegetarian fried rice: Who doesn’t love fried rice? The only way to make it even better is throwing in extra veggies to make it more yummy and filling. This recipe shows you can make a bomb fried rice dish in only 35 minutes.
Chickpea curry: Buy a can of chickpeas, drain and rinse. Grab a jar of your favorite curry sauce and heat the two up together. You can add a serving of basmati rice and a piece of naan to go with this tasty meal. If you have a bit more time on your hands to make the sauce yourself, try this chickpea curry recipe.
Stuffed Squash: If you’re tracking your protein intake check out this scrumptious Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe. One cup of quinoa has 8 grams of protein Although this recipe takes about an hour to make, most of that is the squash being oven roasted. Stuffed Potato: Loaded baked potatoes are an American comfort food. Give this Stuffed Sweet Potato recipe a try and see how you can make an American classic, a healthy meal for you and your family. Tofu Stir-fry: Grab a block of extra firm tofu and press as much water out of it by using paper towels and a heavy pot or books. Stir fry the tofu in an oiled pan and add a bag of mixed frozen vegetables and your favorite stir-fry sauce. An easy DIY recipe can be found here.
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