The Year's Most-Loved Vegetarian Recipes

The Year's Most-Loved Vegetarian Recipes

Meals worth skipping meat for.

There are many reasons to go veggie from time to time—or permanently—and this comes with no loss in richness or taste. Actually, it is quite the opposite—so we have compiled our most-loved vegetarian recipes of the year which are full of flavor and will leave you completely satisfied.

Scallion pancakes

Scallion pancakes

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Made from a handful of ingredients, these pancakes are a tasty starter or side dish.

Mixed salad with balsamic honey mustard dressing

Mixed salad with balsamic honey mustard dressing

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This dressing is a true classic and adds depth to any salad. Just throw together whatever salad base you have in the fridge and drizzle some dressing on top. Our advice: shaking up the dressing in a small, sealable jar is a great way of combining the emulsion properly.

Asparagus salad with lemon mustard dressing

Asparagus salad with lemon mustard dressing

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This asparagus salad is a light alternative to its rich cousin with Hollandaise sauce; it’s sweet and savory flavor is irresistible.

Blanched bok choy with shiitake mushrooms

Blanched bok choy with shiitake mushrooms

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The combination of oyster sauce, soy sauce, and garlic gives the bok choy a strong umami flavor that goes perfectly with the shiitake mushrooms.

Spicy chickpea burger

Spicy chickpea burger

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These vegan burgers have a subtle spiciness and stay extremely well together thanks to the delicious mix of chickpeas, walnuts, and rice.

Falafel

Falafel

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A true staple of vegetarian cuisine, these Middle Eastern balls can be prepared ahead easily. Perfect with salad, hummus, and as office snack.

Wild rice salad

Wild rice salad

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Easy to prepare and full of aroma—this salad only requires a few ingredients and is a light and nutritious meal.

Mixed salad with white balsamic honey mustard dressing

Mixed salad with white balsamic honey mustard dressing

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The acidity of the white balsamic vinegar goes very well with the sweetness of the corn and honey, creating a delicious combination of flavors.