Vegetarian recipes and info
I consider spinach a vegetarian staple. In addition to being a good source of vitamins A and C, calcium, phosphorus, and protein, spinach is versatile and equally delicious raw and cooked.
It’s easy to make a delicious vegan lasagna. All you need are noodles, good tomato sauce, and a tasty tofu mixture in place of the traditional ricotta cheese.
Provençal recipe featuring creamy spinach topped with bread crumbs.
Vegan version of classic spinach and artichoke dip. Serve warm with crackers, bread, or fresh vegetables.
Creamy, lemony red lentils enhanced with the slight chewiness of spinach.
Whether you’re on the run or just don’t feel like cooking something, a vegetarian sandwich is just the thing: quick, easy, and as healthy as you care to make it.
Spinach, soy milk, nutritional yeast, and herbs combine to make a creamy and delicious vegan pasta sauce. Don’t miss it!
Spinach dip is a classic at parties, but this vegan version is even better.
You can’t go wrong with creamy spinach dotted with cubes of savory baked tofu in place of the traditional paneer.
Spinach lasagna, sometimes called lasagne Florentine, is a classic vegetarian dish made with a creamy white sauce, cheese, and vegetables.
(Lasagna or lasagne? I never know how to spell it.) In any case, vegetable lasagne is easy and delicious. Here’s a variation on the classic red sauce version of vegetarian lasagne, with some extra vegetables.