This is a simple vegetarian noodle dish that can be served hot or cold; it can be eaten as a main or as a side dish.
This is a Korean fried tofu that is covered with a homemade chilli, soy and sesame sauce. Eat alone or with vegetables to make a meal.
This is an ideal stir fried noodle dish for when friends come over, this makes a great side dish or vegetarian main thus keeping everyone happy.
If you are looking for a different way to cook eggplants this is a nice variation, I love the heat of it but you can tweak the chilli bean paste and fresh green chillies to your taste.
Although I got this recipe from a vegetarian friend it has become a popular side dish in my house. Adjust the dried chillies and Szechuan peppercorns to your tastes.
A great way to cook vegetables; stir fried with a bit of ginger. This recipe uses broccoli, sugar snap peas, carrot and green beans but you can use whatever is around.
This quick and easy falafel gyro uses prepared falafel balls, wrapped in a pita with hummus, avocado and tomato. This makes a great lunch or a quick and easy snack.
This meatloaf style vegetarian dish has nutmeat, muesli, onion, Marmite and tomato all rolled up and baked to perfection. You can also roll into meatballs.
This vegan meat substitute can be used anywhere, from meat pies to rissoles to whatever you like. Make this then use in it place of meat in almost any recipe to make it vegan.
Probably the easiest vegetarian and vegan dinner ever. Stew up some lentils, add some onion, pour on a tin of tomatoes then bake in the oven until done.
This vegan alternative to meat recipe is just a base. You will need to dress it up and season as you please. By steaming you will have a moist loaf.
This is a mild, creamy vegetarian curry that the whole family will love and so easy and cheap to make!
A tasty tomato based vegan peanut stew with green capsicums, garlic and red onion. Simmered until vegetables are tender then served hot over rice.