Vegetarian

We have an amazing variety of fantastic flavours and plenty of options to choose from. If you're just trying to cut back on the amount of meat you eat, a good place to start is with meatless versions of old favourites.


Almogrote Gomero – Canarian Cheese and Tomato Paste

Almogrote is a type of paste that is traditional to La Gomera and which is prepared to use up over-ripe cheese. It is spread on toasted bizcocho bread and is a wonderful appetizer to accompany a glass of wine. This is one of the tapas that has crossed the island borders and is now known and served across the entire Archipelago.

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Aloo Posto – Bengali Potatoes with Poppy Seeds

Potatoes sauteed in a thick coating of poppy seeds is a signature dish from Bengali cuisine.

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Asparagus and Sweet Corn Salad

Try this quick and easy vibrantly coloured salad with grilled chicken at your next barbecue or family get-together.

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Baked Carrot Sticks

Looking for something healthier than fries or a good way to get the kids to eat their carrots ? Try these low-fat, crispy baked carrots with fresh tarragon.

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Batata Vada – Spicy Potato Fritters

Batata Vada is a popular Indian vegetarian fast food in Maharashtra, India. It literally means potato fritters. The name “Batata” means potato in English. It consists of a potato mash patty coated with chickpea flour, then deep-fried and served hot with savoury chutney condiments.

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BBQ’d Capsicum with Goat Cheese and Sautéed Corn

Roasting capsicum on the grill is easy and you get great results. Grill, steam, and peel the capsicums ahead if you like then arrange in baking dish and gently reheat before serving. Choose large, blocky capsicums to get the best results from this recipe.

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Beetroot and Kohlrabi Fritters with Spicy Cream Dressing

A combination of colourful root vegetables are grated and bound together to create these wonderful latkes. Served with dollops of harissa flavoured sour cream they make a wonderful vegetarian meal or flashy side dish.

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Broccoli Salad with Spicy Vinaigrette

This salad is made from uncooked broccoli tossed with a garlic, sesame, chilli and cumin seed vinaigrette mixed with extra-virgin olive oil and red wine vinegar. The acid cooks the florets a little as ceviche does with fish. After an hour, the broccoli softens as if blanched, turning bright emerald green and soaking up the intense flavours of the dressing.

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Broccoli Slaw

Broccoli slaw is a variation of traditional coleslaw with shredded raw broccoli stalks substituted for cabbage. It may also contain mayonnaise, carrots, vinegar or lemon juice, sugar, salt and pepper. It is commonly served at potlucks or “covered dish” parties. It is also called broccoli cole slaw or broccoli slaw salad.

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Brussels Sprouts in Beer

This is the perfect recipe to make for the people who insist they don’t like Brussels Sprouts – Its a quick and simple recipe with a taste that leaves you wanting more.

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Bulgur and Lentil Salad

This Emirati Bulgur and Lentil Salad is a quick, easy, and healthy side dish to make any time of the year.

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Cabbage and Avocado Salad

This is a great side dish as an alternative to coleslaw to compliment any meal.

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Cauliflower Cheese

Cauliflower cheese consists of pieces of cauliflower lightly boiled and covered with a milk-based cheese sauce.

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Cauliflower Fried Rice

All the trimmings and flavours of fried rice – without the rice. This low-carb side dish is a healthy alternative to your favourite takeaway-style fried rice.

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Ceviche de Verduras – Vegetarian Ceviche Salad

The exciting flavours of a ceviche marinade work just as well for vegetables as they do for seafood, and it would be a shame for those who don’t like seafood to miss out on them! Fresh mozzarella cheese replaces the raw fish in this healthy salad, which also has the traditional marinated onions, hot chilli peppers, corn, and other colourful vegetables.

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