Today – Cheap vegetarian recipes
Make healthy, tasty vegetarian meals that are cheap and easy. Exotic sounding vegetables and high priced ingredients are not necessary because cooking excellent, nutritious meals for your table are possible to make with regular items you find in almost any grocery store in a matter of minutes. Whether you are a vegetarian or just looking for a way to cut some meat out of your diet, start your cheap and easy vegetarian adventure with these tasty dishes.
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Cheap Vegetarian Recipes – Breakfast:
Chop half of a small red onion, half of the green pepper, and one small tomato. Saute the onion and green pepper until onion is translucent. Mix the extra firm tofu with one-half teaspoon turmeric or curry and one-half cup salsa. Add the tofu mixture into the onions and green peppers and cook on medium to low heat for five to ten minutes. Serve with peanut-buttered toast.
Peanut butter oatmeal
Peanut butter covered toast forms the base for this delicious breakfast. Place the toast in a bowl and top it with a serving of old-fashioned oatmeal. Cover the oatmeal with two large spoonfuls of unsweetened applesauce. Then add chopped walnuts and chopped fruit or berries. Pour a half cup of almond milk on the side, and it is ready to eat.
French Toast with Tofu or peanut butter
Blend eight ounces of tofu, one ripe banana, one teaspoon of maple syrup, and one-half cup of water. Pour the mixture into a bowl. Heat your skillet until water bounces off of the pan. Dip whole wheat bread in the mixture and fry it until the toast is browned. Add margarine and applesauce or syrup to the top. The second option is – blend peanut butter with water and dip the bread into it to cook. Then follow the rest of the recipe.
Serve a smoothie with your breakfast choice. Add a three-fourths cup of almond milk per person to a blender. Add a teaspoon of vanilla, one-half of a banana, four strawberries, and one-half cup each mango and blueberries. For extra fiber, add flax. Blend until smooth.
Cheap Vegetarian Recipes – Lunch or dinner:
Drain the beans from four different kinds of beans (black, pinto, black-eyed peas, and kidney) and rinse them. Add one cup frozen or fresh corn, and one ten-ounce package lima beans: dice one large red bell pepper and half of the red onion. Add one-half cup of low-fat salad dressing and mix all of the ingredients. Serve with a fresh garden salad.
In a medium-sized pan, add one-half of a package of frozen diced potatoes, one cup frozen bell peppers, one-half cup of frozen onions, and enough almond milk to cover the frozen foods. Add salt and pepper to taste. Heat the potato soup until it is hot. Serve with whole-wheat toast topped with peanut butter.
Cut large spaghetti squash in half. Scrape out the seeds and pulp. Place both halves upside down on a baking sheet—Bake at 350 degrees for about forty-five minutes. Ten minutes before the squash is done, heat the contents of a jar of your favorite spaghetti sauce. Scrape the spaghetti strings out of the squash into a bowl. Add the spaghetti squash. Serve with garlic bread and salad.
Black bean roll-ups
Drain and wash one can of black beans. Add one cup of salsa and one-half teaspoon of ground cumin and blend until the mixture is smooth. Spread the mixture on two pieces of flatbread or wheat tortillas. Mash one avocado and spread it over the beans. Grate a carrot and cover the top. Add spinach leaves. Roll the bread or tortilla tightly. Hold it shut with toothpicks. Cut it into slices.
Veggie wrap – wraps ake speedy and delicious delcious Cheap Vegetarian Recipes
Cover whole wheat tortillas with low-fat hummus. Sprinkle on grated carrots, alfalfa sprouts, cucumber slices, diced bell peppers, and spinach leaves over the hummus. Hold it shut with toothpicks and cut it into even pieces.
Cut up your favorite squash, one apple, and four potatoes into chunks. Sprinkle it with mesquite seasoning. Add a little water to your pan and cook the mixture until everything is soft.
Once you realize how cheap and easy it is to make cheap vegetarian recipes, you’ll want to make more or all of your meals meat-free. Your budget, your schedule, and your health will be glad you did.
I do hope these Cheap Vegetarian Recipes have inspired you to make more of you rown. Whether you are a veggie already or a meat eater – there is no denying how tasty veggies can be!
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