Our 10 Most-Saved Meatless Recipes
Whether or not you’re a vegetarian, it doesn’t hurt to get more vegetables in your diet. Maybe you’re a devout fan of Meatless Monday or you’re simply trying to trim down the meat wherever you can — it’s clear you’re all on the hunt for meatless recipes, as you’ve saved a whole bunch of them so far this year. These are your 10 favorite, and we couldn’t agree more.
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This comforting risotto skips the stirring on the stovetop for a much easier approach — everything is assembled in the pot and goes right into the oven to bake instead.
There’s just something about a warm salad that feels a bit more substantial and satisfying. This one is filled with roasted sweet potatoes, mushrooms, and shallots, and finished with creamy goat cheese and crunchy pumpkin seeds.
The broccoli florets are cooked right in the boiling water the pasta is cooking in, which not only saves time, but also keeps you from washing another pot or pan.
This extra-colorful one-pot pasta is more veggies than noodles, so it’s sure to be a dinner you can feel good about serving to your whole family.
What really makes this minestrone special is the finishing touch of basil pistou. The French pesto is swirled on top of each bowl to add a kick of freshness that slow-cooked dishes often lack.
The beauty of this recipe is almost all of the components can be prepped ahead of time so you can assemble this one-bowl meal at a moment’s notice for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
This twist on a classic Spanish dish swaps out a cast iron pan for a casserole dish so the recipe can feed a hungry crowd.
Sautéing the onion, garlic, turmeric, and coriander first before adding them to the slow cooker allows them to release every bit of their flavor, which results in an even more delicious bowl of soup.
As the orzo cooks, it releases its starch right into the pot of simmering milk, which results in a creamy, risotto-like dish that’ll satisfy you any night of the week.
A pizza dough that you doesn’t need to rest for hours to rise? Yes, please! This super-fast dough is a bit crispy and a bit chewy and there for you when you need your pizza fix.