21 Vegetarian Recipes That Won't Leave You Craving Meat

Here's your midweek dinner inspiration

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If you're a vegetarian trying a new place to eat...it's a risky game. The chances are they won't have anything you like, which is annoying and then it will be followed by eye rolls and tutting from your mates...who JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND! 

It's for this reason that the very best vegetarian meals are often cooked at home. So with that in mind, we thought we'd share some of the very best recipes from bloggers around the world to get you inspired. 

These recipes are so good that they suit hardcore meat-lovers too. Trust us, give them a whirl and you won't feel like you're missing out at all...

1. Mixed vegetable cutlet recipe

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2. Veggie chilli with skillet cornbread

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3. Italian pressed sandwich

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4. Veggie sweet potato skins 

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5. Vegetarian lasagna

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6. Butternut squash and apple bruschetta

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7. Baked vegetarian flautas

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8. Smoky black bean tacos

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9. Shahi matar panner

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10. Veggie pho with zucchini noodles 

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11. Cauliflower and sweet potatoes in roasted red pepper mole

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12. Rice Krispie treat recipe

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13. Pasta with squash carrot 'pesto' and garlic breadcrumbs

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14. Quinoa vegan meatballs

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15. Red lentil hummus and sweet potato pizza

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16. Black bean chilaquiles

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17. Roasted carrots and lemony millet with black garlic and herbed yogurt

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18. Spicy bean burger

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19. Salsa verde lentil tacos with mango-pomegranate pico

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20. Tomato tart 

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21. Thai peanut pasta

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Written By

Niall Harbison

Niall founded our sister site Lovin' Dublin with a few simple aims: discover new places to eat in Dublin and share simple recipes cooked up in his kitchen.

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