These vegetarian one-pan meals are weeknight saviours, helping you cut back on time, effort, and, most importantly, washing up. From a fresh, flavourful baked aubergine escalivada to a slow-cooked paneer curry, these deliciously easy recipes will transform your midweek evenings.
This simple one-pan twist on the classic Catalan dish combines roasted aubergines, tomatoes and peppers, for a fresh and vibrant dinner that is packed with nutritious veggies.
A soothing and hearty dish of butterbeans, mushrooms, and herbs, this is the ultimate winter one-pot - and it just so happens to be completely vegan. Serve it with rice, mashed potato, or fresh crusty bread.
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Rachel Ama's plant-based take on this classic West African stew combines sweet potato with creamy peanut butter and the fiery kick of scotch bonnet chilli. It's delicious eaten as it is, or served with fried plantain for a crowd-pleasing dinner party dish.
A delicious veggie traybake made with red wine and baked feta. Bursting with Mediterranean flavours, this is best served with chunk of crusty sourdough bread, or a wholesome grain like cous cous or wild rice.
Here to relieve your weeknight dinner panic, this light and easy linguine recipe is not only quick to make, it's also full of the fresh and vibrant flavours of lemon, garlic and tarragon.
A fuss-free one-pan vegan chilli from Rachel Ama's Vegan Eats. This makes for an ideal dinner party dish when paired with brown rice, fresh coriander, and sliced avocado.
A delicious recipe from the Hemsley sisters packed with satisfying veggies and topped with fragrant herbs. The recipe can be made with bone broth, but for a vegetarian version you can use water or vegetable stock instead.
Rachel Khoo's stunning one-pan egg and spinach dish is a classic taste of Sweden, brightened up with fresh chives and dill as well as a little kick of chilli for good measure. This delicous recipe would work equally well for breakfast or brunch, but it makes a lovely light weeknight supper.
For a taste of Spain, try Melissa Hemsley's gorgeous chicpkea and almond stew, an easy vegetarian dinner that will leave you feeling warm and nourished.
Sweet potato and paneer are both brilliant meat alternatives and taste delicious when paired together, along the with leafy spinach that brightens up this dish. Made in a slow-cooker for maximum ease, this is a great weekend dish that can be left to cook away while you go about your afternoon.
Bulgur Wheat with Roasted Red Peppers, Tomatoes, Feta & Pine Nuts from The Roasting Tin by Rukmini Iyer
Satisfying, nutritious, and bursting with flavour, this is one of those failsafe recipes that you'll come back to again and again. With a variety of textures, flavours and colours, it's the ideal stress-free dish to whip up after work.
If homemade pies make you think of a long afternoon spent in the kitchen, think again. This delicious vegetable pie is ready to eat in just half an hour, and prepared in a single pan for extra ease. It's a lighter twist on a more traditional savoury pie, yet still ticks the comfort food box.