With these 10 easy vegetarian recipes, you can eat on budget and eat a satisfying meal.
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Here are 10 easy vegetarian recipes on a budget (that you must try once!).
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1. Easy Vegan Quinoa Bowl
This is a super easy quinoa bowl to make and is incredibly filling and satisying.
2. Stir Fry Meal Prep With Cauliflower Fried Rice And Tofu
Cauliflower rice can taste very bland – but with this recipe, you won’t be sacrificing any taste at all. This stir fry meal prep is filling and healthy.
3. Mushroom Asparagus Pasta
I’m a fan of any type of pasta. The creamier, the better. This recipe is so delicious!
4. Stuffed Pepper Meal Prep
Stuffed bell peppers are fun to make. They’re even more fun to eat!
5. Vegetarian Sausage Rolls
These sausage rolls will even fool the meat- lover.
6. Hummus Avocado Toast
Hummus and Avocado. My 2 favorite things. Put them together… and bam! Hummus Avocado Toast. So filling and amazing.
7. Hash Brown Casserole
Who doesn’t love hash browns? Turn it into a casserole and make it 100x better.
8. Corn Chowder With Sweet Potato
Corn chowder is incredible. Add a sweet potato for a sweeter kick!
9. Grilled Tandoori Tofu Skewers
I grew up in a Korean household where tofu was cooked correctly. Tofu is amazing. Give it a try for the first time with this recipe!
10. Vegetarian Enchiladas
So cheesy. So yummy.
11. Classic Vegan Potato Salad
Who doesn’t love potato salad? I love how creamy and filling this potato salad is.
12. Lentil Sloppy Joes
Lentil sloppy joes? So filling and delicious! Even the kids will love it.
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I also recommend checking out the book Plant-Based On A Budget. It’s one of my favorite recipe books for cooking plant-based recipes. Plant-Based On A Budgetteaches you how to cook healthy, satisfying meals for under $30 a week.
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