5 delicious recipes for National Vegetarian Week

National Vegetarian Week is 10th to 16th May 2021 which is a national campaign that encourages people to go vegetarian for a week and discover new, delicious and exciting food. 

From health considerations to animal welfare and environmental advocacy, there’s plenty of great reasons to go vegetarian.

This week, get stuck in and try going vegetarian with five delicious recipes to help you go meat-free.

British Asparagus Spring Pasta

A super quick and easy dish for those days when you find yourself short on time. Find the recipe here

Sweetcorn, shallot and chilli fritters with tomato and shallot chutney

Perfect for a light supper, lazy breakfast or weekend brunch these tasty versatile fritters are sure to hit the right note any time of the day. And if you feel the need for something more substantial simply top with a poached egg. What a treat! Find the recipe here 

Love the Crunch noodle Kilner jar salad

In need of some inspiration for a packed lunch, and don’t fancy sandwiches again?

This tasty Asian inspired salad packs a real crunch thanks to the celery, radishes, spring onions and Chinese leaf lettuce. Make it up the night before for a quick, easy and delicious lunch on the go. Find the recipe here

Parmesan polenta bowl with buttered asparagus

Don’t be put off if you haven’t used polenta before. It’s quicker and easier than mash and this bowl of comforting goodness topped with buttery asparagus is on the table in 20 minutes. Find the recipe here

Asparagus, sweet potato and tomato shakshouka

Shake up your weekend brunch with this delicious and healthy shakshouka recipe with asparagus, sweet potato and tomato.


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