Tuesday, 13 November 2012

Winter vegetarian meal planner

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I thought it was about time I blogged another seasonal vegetarian meal plan and this time I decided to combine some of my own warming winter recipes with a round-up of dishes from some of my favourite vegetarian blogs. Most of these meals are cheap and simple to make, using readily-available ingredients.

Do you like my cute magnetic meal planning board by the way? I bought it from Poundland, but unfortunately the magnets are so weak, it drops off the fridge every time I open the door!


Week 1
Tomato soup with basil gnocchi dumplings (Veg Hot Pot)
Veggie sausages (ready-made), baked beans and mashed potatoes
Penne Puttanesca (Meatless Mediterranean)
Cauliflower and broccoli cheese bake (plus 2.4)
Reggae Reggae chickpeas with rice
Turkish vegetable casserole with cous cous
Cheese and lentil loaf with roast potatoes, gravy and seasonal vegetables (Life is Delicious)

Week 2
Minestrone soup with home made bread (The Full Fridge)
Aloo Gobi (potato and cauliflower curry) with chapatis (Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen)
Vegetarian meatballs (ready-made) with tomato sauce and pasta
Mushroom and spinach risotto (Tinned Tomatoes)
Roasted vegetable lasagne
Butternut squash and chickpea stew with rice (The Vegetarian Experience)
Veggie roast dinner with seasonal vegetables and Yorkshire pudding
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6 comments:

  1. That sounds like a fantastic two weeks worth of food! Will check out some of these recipes. x

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    1. Thanks Jen. I hope you find something you like!

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  2. Yey veggie blog!

    http://golddustk.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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    1. Hi Katie, thanks for your comment. I'll check out your blog later.

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  3. I've not done any meal planning for this month and it's been difficult now that I'm working full time - you've inspired me to get organised again! Also nice to get some new ideas for meals, going to give the Reggae Reggae chickpeas a try :-)

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  4. I know the feeling Louise...I try and get the family together at the weekend and let them all have an input to the next week's meal plan. That way they're more likely to eat what I cook!

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