I'm going to cut right to the chase — there was a very clear theme amongst all the meat-free recipes you were saving during January. When it came to vegetarian recipes, wholesome food reigned supreme, with a delicious mix of veggie-packed meals, plenty of soups to warm you up, and some comfort food favorites for those extra-chilly nights. These were the 10 most-saved vegetarian recipes from January 2018.
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This family-friendly soup brings together two of our favorite soups in the same pot. Bonus: It's quick-cooking and totally weeknight-friendly.
I've cooked this soup more than any other this month. It's thick, warming, totally nourishing, and at its best when topped with a dollop of Greek yogurt, squeeze of lemon juice, and some fresh cilantro.
Dal really is one of the most wonderful comfort foods. It comes together with mostly pantry ingredients and spices and delivers a ton of flavor.
Try this upgrade for roasted broccoli, and I can tell you from experience that you will never look back. Don't have a head of fresh broccoli? The frozen stuff works just fine.
This is one to save and come back to again and again during weekend meal prep. I've taken to making these family-friendly rolls in advance and stashing them in the freezer for lunches and dinner on busy nights.
If you're as much in favor of eggs for dinner as I am, you're going to want to keep these breakfast-for-dinner tacos in constant rotation.
This satisfying soup is everything I want on cold winter nights. A mix of roasted and dried mushrooms pack in a ton of flavor and meaty texture, and it's totally comforting and a touch indulgent without going overboard.
This recipe is simply brilliant. It's a soup that has the hearty richness you crave during winter, with a generous dose of sunny citrus that keeps it light, bright, and refreshing.
I'm convinced that all winter meal plans need a comforting, cheesy casserole on standby at all times. Filled with tender sweet potatoes and a slew of pantry basics, this is the one I always turn to.
Since we first published this slow cooker soup it has been getting rave reviews from our whole team, so it's no surprise that it is also a top save amongst readers.