(Original post by Sakura-Chan)
Totally agree with the falafel, salad and mint yoghurt in pitta bread!
There are loads and loads of different beans that are surprisingly nice! Recently I've been really liking borlotti beans, I cook them in a 'stew' type thing, with lots of fresh tomatoes, red pepper, some onion, a tiny bit of garlic and lots of chilli powder and smoked paprika. Then throw some corriander in at the end and eat it with wholemeal pitta bread, salad and sour cream and chive dip. It doesn't sound very exciting but it's amazing.
There are loads
of possibilities for different curries, with lentils or chickpeas, different vegetables etc. Just whatever you fancy really.
If you like butternut squash, this is really nice - http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/3...h-goats-cheese
There are literally loads of different types of risotto, stir fries, pasta dishes, soups and stews that you could make!
Lentil salad with grilled haloumi is really nice. In fact, anything with puy lentils
You can get them in little pouches that you microwave for a minute, I sometimes just eat them with a little bit of lemon juice and olive oil. They must be seasoned already because they're a lot more tasty than when I try to cook them properly
Also, I sometimes buy these meals from M&S in the 'Lovely Vegetables' range which are really gorgeous
I'm not 100% sure if they are vegetarian, but you could definitely make your own version! They do one which is pasta and tomato sauce with tons of other things in it, like black olives, grilled red and yellow pepper, grilled artichoke, spinach and a little bit of feta cheese. They do another with all sorts of different lentils, with broccoli, butternut squash and all sorts of other nice things. Omnomnom!