Vegetarians are often forgotten during the Christmas. In the midst of all the traditional trappings of ham, chicken and turkey, there isn’t much left for them to eat. But don’t you think you must appreciate their gesture? After all, going meat-free is the kindest and most compassionate thing you can do this Christmas.
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So today, we have compiled a comprehensive list of vegetarian recipes that you can prepare for your vegetarian friends.
Scrumptious and decadent, Vegetarian Christmas deserves to be the show stopper of your main course.
If you have guests to cater for vegetarians this Christmas, then this pithivier is sure to please them. Filled with thyme, mushrooms, and chestnuts, even the carnivorous friends will feed on it.
This Christmas, ditch the ham or chicken tart, and make leek and hazelnut tart instead.
Here are cheesy enchiladas stuffed with spinach, black beans, corn and of course cheese. But the sauce is the real star of this recipe.
This excellent starter takes just 20 minutes and looks oh-so-pretty.
Pot pie is another favorite food of kids during Christmas. It will keep the little ones warm even on the coldest of days.
Certain foods that are not fancy or elaborate. They are plain comfort food, and tamale pie is one of them.
Side dishes like noodles are always appreciated in holiday menu. So here’s the recipe for a perfect noodle recipe. The ginger will provide plenty of warmth in the winter while lemon will give it a tangy flavor.
Ready in a few hours, this delicious soup is filled with healthy ingredients like carrots, butternut squash, jalapenos, and apple. Top the soup with coconut cream for a punch of flavor.
Here’s a terrific side dish for your party. Add your additional vegetables, herbs, and even nuts to create your own version.
This simple and easy dish will make eating vegetables simply irresistible. It will make a perfect side dish for pot pie.
This quick and easy to put together recipe will be a savior in the busy Christmas nights.
These quick and easy rice balls will make an enjoyable starter. You can serve these rice balls with camembert cut into cubes.
This perfectly roasted potato wedges will possibly be the best potato that you have ever made.
These homemade bread sticks can be made crispy or soft, depending on your preference. These bread sticks will pair great with a variety of dips.
There’s nothing better than a pot of sauce and meatballs to feed the family. And it’s one of the traditional Christmas meals too! But this time, skip the meat and cook these vegan balls instead. It’s equally yummy. No one would even guess that these are not made of meat.
These cheesy, bite-sized mac and cheese muffins made with black beans, tomatoes and quinoa will make a great addition to your menu.
Roasted red pepper hummus is an excellent alternative to regular chickpeas hummus. You can make this dip in minutes by using common kitchen ingredients.
This fabulous spinach and squash pie will make a great starter at the party.
This tart is a riot of bright pink beets. It is filled with thyme, fresh mint, some walnuts, onions and honey, and has a crispy and buttery crust. If you want, you can even use packaged short crust pastry.
These creamy and incredibly flavorful mushroom tarts are great for Christmas brunch. Or you can serve them as starters for dinner.
Festive Butternut Roast looks difficult to prepare, but is very easy. And it tastes heavenly. You must try it this Christmas.
Quick, easy and delicious, will make a speedy starter. But it would work equally well for a simple lunch too.
This delicious and healthy salad is a great meal-in-one. It will make an ideal vegetarian option on the Christmas table.
These cauliflower fritters will make excellent pre-Christmas dinner bite. And they taste scrumptious when paired with the spicy yogurt and mint chutney.
All you need for making this dish is a roasting tin and some 10 minutes. You can prepare everything beforehand and pop in the oven on the day of Christmas.
This one is a contemporary take on the leek and potato soup. You can swap potato for cauliflower to reduce the carb content. And add some lemon juice to give a tangy touch.
This decadent pasta dish is a timeless treat. And it requires just a handful of ingredients.
Kale and tempeh stuffed acorn squash will make a perfect centerpiece for Christmas. It’s not just vegetarian. It’s gluten free as well.
Loaded with lentils, paprika, and nuts, this stuffed butternut squash will make the centerpiece of your Christmas table. And it has some strong flavors too!
This post-meal treat will totally impress your guests. And you know what the best part is? You can store it in the refrigerator for up to five days.
Made with just five ingredients, this French toast is deliciously crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. You can make it in just 30 minutes.
Honey roasted shallots would make a hearty accompaniment to any main course.
Corns, black beans, and quinoa add up to a hearty filling for stuffed peppers. It’s the main dish, but will make an amazing accompaniment too!
This easy veggie chili recipe will make a perfect Christmas lunch recipe. You can adjust the seasoning as per your choice.
Being a vegetarian doesn’t mean you have to compromise on flavor, and that’s exactly what this recipe proves. Your guests will be tucking in this crunchy and flavorful nut roast.
Children will be digging in these crackers. See how cute they look?
Here’s a simple, yet impressive pasta dish that even your kids will help you cook. Even people who are not great at cooking can make this recipe easily.
So there’s still some work left in the house, but you have to cater to the guests as well? Then this recipe will be perfect for you. It will take 2 to 3 hours to prepare this dish.
This tart is delicious, easy to make and comes packed with some super nutritious ingredients. So we can safely say that it’s one of those tarts that you can feel good having on the Christmas day.
We hope these recipes inspire you to do something different this year. Your vegetarian guests will be euphoric being served this wonderful meat free dishes.