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    Stir fry, so easy and quick.
    Another quick one is roasted red peppers stuffed with herby/flavoured cous cous/baby tomatoes and garlic.
    My friend makes vegeburgers by cooking loads of vegetables, mixing them together, adding an egg and some flour then frying them. Beans and peas and carrots and anything can go in.
    Ratatouille I also agree with.
    Vegetable risotto - buy some risotto rice and some vegetables and what it says on the back of the rice packet (off the top of my head, white wine, onion, butter, veg stock). A lot of stirring but lovely, especially if made with good quality rice.
    Butternut squash soup is yum.
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    Falafel!!!!
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    My Favourite Mushroom-Dopiaza

    http://www.indianrelish.com/main/rec...hroom-dopiaza/
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    (Original post by bigman_ben)
    Ohhhh no, not unless you find the toilet seat comfortable!
    It won't give me the *****, I've got a high fibre diet anyway.
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    Sag paneer.

    But you really out to try and eat more fish as well if your objective is better health.
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    (Original post by pendragon)
    Sag paneer.

    But you really out to try and eat more fish as well if your objective is better health.
    :rolleyes:
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    Veg Chilli

    Fry diced celery, pepper, onion and garlic in a teaspoon of olive oil until softened (but don't burn the garlic!).
    Add half a tin of chopped tomatoes (or more if you want), some thinly sliced courgette and kidney/flageolet beans, then season to taste with oregano, dried chilli, cumin and salt.
    Serve with rice, a bit of yoghurt/sour cream and tortilla chips (:

    Or lentils, which I'm completely addicted to at the moment - cook some diced celery and carrot in oilive oil till softened. Turn down the heat, add lentils and water and simmer for at least 20 minutes, until the lentils are soft.
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    risotto and rataouille (can't spell). or lasagne.
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    " There is a vegetarian option. You can **** off!"
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    vegetable pasta cooked properley full of flavour tastes delish.
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    Portobello mushrooms stuffed with goats' cheese with a basil and parmesan crust. delicious.
    :coma:

    Make me some and i'll marry you :flutter:
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    (Original post by paperclip)
    :coma:

    Make me some and i'll marry you :flutter:
    oh Clippy i thought you'd never ask! i'll serve it with a fantastic G&T too :hubba:
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    vegetable hot pot :yum:
    various soups - French onion and sweetcorn & red pepper are probably my favourite
    mushrooms stuffed with goats cheese and a bit of garlic
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    (Original post by lodzinski)
    oh Clippy i thought you'd never ask! i'll serve it with a fantastic G&T too :hubba:
    Now you're just trying to get me drunk and have your way with me :hmmm:

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    Not that i have a problem with that :p:


    To make an addition to this thread, i'd have to say i love quorn lasagne.
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    I'm not a vegetarian but my best friend is and she loves falafel, lasagne made with quorn and things like that. I love my mums spinach lasagne, spinach and feta cheese pie and spinach and feta quiche (we eat alot of spinach since it is the only vegetable my brother will eat
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    (Original post by paperclip)
    Now you're just trying to get me drunk and have your way with me :hmmm:

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    Not that i have a problem with that :p:


    To make an addition to this thread, i'd have to say i love quorn lasagne.
    i'd even bring out the scented candles
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    pasta with vegetables and fried halloumi in a tomato sauce is usually a crowd pleaser :yes:

    but my absolute cannot-live-without-it meal is Melazane Alla Parmegiano : slices of fried aubergine baked with mozzarella, tomato sauce and basil leaves and topped with Parmesan.

    Yummmmm. I need it now! :woo:
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    Linguine with fresh pesto, green beans & pine nuts.
    Grilled field mushrooms stuffed with peppers, onions & toms with melted cheese.
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    mutter paneer !!!!!
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    Basil pesto with pasta, ooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhh yeah
 
 
 
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