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World Vegetarian Day Recipes
World Vegetarian Day Recipes
Let’s Go Meatless for World Vegetarian Day!
September 19, 2022
How Do you Do Vegetarian?
World vegetarian day is a great time to get better acquainted with the benefits of a meatless diet, or even just cutting back on the amount of meat you do eat. The benefits of going veg extend well beyond your personal health, but the great thing about it is that it’s not an all-or-nothing prospect. Adding meatless meals to your lineup each week is a great way to focus on getting more fruits and vegetables in your diet, and it can also cut down your food costs, especially if you have a seasonal garden.
5 Fabulous Vegetarian Recipes (You’ll never miss the meat!)
At Stahlbush, we use a variety of food bloggers who have different focuses when it comes to food, making many of our recipes easy ways to eat vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free–and you might not even realize it! Here are five great options for your meatless Mondays or to enjoy every night of the week.
Greek Orzo Chickpea Skillet – I love this recipe because it’s super healthy, fast, comes together in less than 30 minutes, and you can make it in just one pot! This recipe features garlic, chickpeas, spinach and orzo cooked in vegetable broth and white wine, so it’s loaded with flavor. It also makes great leftovers. What more could you ask for?
Mexican Rice Casserole – This recipe is meat to be made with tofu and vegan cheese, but you can easily leave out the meat and use conventional cheese if eating vegan isn’t important. What is important about this recipe is using a great salsa with lots of flavor! It bakes up in less than an hour and also has Instant Pot instructions for even faster cooking, which is great on a busy weeknight. This is another recipe that also makes great leftovers. Throw some in a pita or flour tortilla for lunch the next day and you’ve got another meal.
Korean Corn Cheese – I’ve mostly focused on main dishes here, but how about this for an appetizer? Korean Corn Cheese can be made as spicy or mild as you want, and you can eat it with a fork, crackers, or corn chips for some extra crunch. It’s a great Sunday night option when you don’t feel like making another whole meal.
Spinach Stuffed Flatbread – So this recipe is more complicated than the others, but it’s worth it because you’ll learn just how easy it is to make your own flatbread! How amazing is that? It’s still a quick recipe though, and worth learning just because of all the ways you can change it up and make it your own. It’s also great for kids because you can hold them with one hand and dip them in any sauce you’d like, and kids love to dip their food!
One-pot Spinach Artichoke Pasta – An all-time favorite. Really! This recipe hits all my high points. One pot? Check. Healthy? Check. Ready in less than 30 minutes? Check. Customizable so my family doesn’t know I’m making it every week? Check. There are so many ways to make this dish your own. Add cherry tomatoes, capers, olives, none of them, or all of them. Add a different one each time–it’s up to you! With all the flavors in this dish, I guarantee no one will ask where the meat is.
What’s your favorite way to go meatless with Stahlbush veggies? Let us know!
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This one-pot Spinach Artichoke Pasta is vegetarian, one-pot, and cooks up in less than 30 minutes!
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Bill and Karla Chambers started Stahlbush Island Farms with two crops, a piece of land and a passion for good food. Today the couple still lives in the same house on the farm and manages the business every day. Some may call that old-fashioned; we call it a family farm.