Line up seven super-tasty meals with our week-long veggie meal planner. Planning ahead means you can do one big weekly shop, and make enough dinner for packed lunches the next day – win-win!
With just a few clever ingredients you can transform humble vegetables into something truly special. Adding big, bold flavours to in-season veg is a simple way to put them centre stage at dinner time, and to celebrate National Vegetarian Week in the UK, we’ve put together a list of our five kitchen staples for next-level veggie cooking.
Are you cutting out meat and dairy this January? We’ve got masses of tasty, filling vegan recipes that are packed full of the good stuff and bursting with flavour.
Whether you’re a seasoned vegetarian looking for fresh inspiration, or you’re after some new ideas to feed veggie guests, we’ve got loads of lovely recipes to keep things exciting this Christmas. Here’s our pick of the crop…
Golden honey-roasted parsnips are such a treat. Christmas dinner is the perfect time to take your usual roast parsnips to the next level.
Vibrant, seasonal veggies are just as capable of holding their own on a screaming hot barbecue as any type of meat or fish, but they’re often overlooked.
Christmas is once again upon us, and while carnivores rejoice at the thought of turkey and all the trimmings, the vegetarians of the world prepare themselves for another festive season of mediocre nut roasts.
This Super Bowl Sunday, construct the perfect nachos – the beloved Mexican dish of tortilla chips topped by melted cheese, jalapeño peppers, and guacamole.
Cutting out meat removes a good source of protein, but there are lots of ways to make up for it. Jamie’s head nutritionist gives you three great protein sources for vegans