21 May 2007

It's National Vegetarian Week!


21 - 27 May 2007 is National Vegetarian Week here in the UK. So why not celebrate by trying out some veggie recipes, even if you're not a vegetarian.

Here are some great vegetarian recipes for you to try!

Starter:

Lemon and Piri- Piri Kebabs from Adventures of a Veggie Lady.
Portobellos with Fava Bean Puree from Albion Cooks.
Vegetable Patty Melts from Elizabeth's Vegetarian Kitchen.
Roasted Asparagus with Argula from Family Style Food.

Main Course:

Vegetable Couscous from Bad Home Cooking.
Arugula Salad Recipe with Hearts of Palm, Kalamata Olives, and Gorgonzola from Kalyn's Kitchen
Pappardelle with Tomatoes from Cumin and Coriander.
Potato and Cauliflower Curry from Magpie Eats.

Side Dishes:

Simple Dill Rice from Lisa's Kitchen.
Daikon and Potato Cakes from The Great Big Vegeatable Challenge.
Spicy Grapefuit Coleslaw from FatFree Vegan Kitchen.

Dessert:

Strawberry Shortcake Trifles from Confessions of a Foodie Bride.
Tiramisu from Talk of Tomatoes.

For a spot of Afternoon Tea:

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies from Besides Pizza.
Choc Chip Cookies from Green Gourmet Giraffe.
Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls from Scottish Vegan.

And if you are just looking for a Snack:

Funky Tacos from Eat'n Veg'n.
Tzatziki and Pita Chips from Food on the Food.
Baked Tofu Fries from The Flying Vegan.

So as you can see there are some great veggie recipes out there and not all on vegetarian blogs. I hope you find something to sample this week! If you need some wine ideas for you dishes, then head over to Deb's Key West Wine.

I would love to hear comments about the recipes I have listed and I am sure the authors would love to hear your comments too!

19 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link to my tiramisu:)

    I love the name of your blog:).

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  3. Happy national vegetarian week! What a great idea to link to lots of recipes as a way of marking the week - I think the salad looks particularly attractive! and thanks for linking to my cookies :-)

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  4. Thanks for the link :) The rolls I made were chocolate and hazelnut, but almond and cinnamon sound equally yummy and I’m sure you could substitute them! I will need to go and have a wee look at all the links you have posted now!

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  5. Forgot to say...I like your new look!

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  6. What a great post and thanks for the link! I checked out all the recipes and discovered some fantastic blogs. You're lucky to have a veg week. I think here we only get a day!

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  7. Hi there. Fun finding your blog and finding out about National Vegetarian Week too. Thanks for including my arugula salad. I'm not a vegetarian, but maybe I should be because I have more recipes for salad and vegetables than all the other categories combined.

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  8. Great roundup. I'm looking forward to getting some vitamins this week.

    Thanks for including me!

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  9. thanks for the link! all these recipes sound great.

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  10. Thanks for visiting Janelle.
    The tiramisu looks great!

    Hi Johanna,Happy Vegetarian Week right back at you! And yeah, that salad does look good! I have added your yummy cookies to my recipe book!

    Hi ScottishVegan, I posted my blog late at night and was too busy looking at the lovely step-by-step photos to pay proper attention! I have changed the link from Almond and Cinnamon Rolls to Chocolate and Hazelnut Rolls. Sorry, sorry!

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  11. atxvegn thanks for visiting and I am glad you have found some new blogs. I hoped that might happen, it seems greedy to keep all these great blogs to myself!

    Hi Kalyn, thanks for stopping by and saying hello! I hope you come back and visit me again soon! Your salad looked great! I keep saying it, but I am going to take the plunge and try those Kalamata olives!

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  12. Hi Tammy, thanks for visiting! I am going to be trying your Tzatziki Dip with Pita chips next time it is movie night and maybe some of Flying Vegan's Baked Tofu Fries. It will certainly be a step up from a bag of crisps! I spend ages cooking meals, but never think to prepare snacks, it's just off to the shop for those!

    Hi Stephanie, thanks for visiting. I love your new banner over at Cumin and Coriander!

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  13. What a great-looking bunch of recipes! Happy Vegetarian Week to you, and thanks for including my coleslaw!

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  14. Vegetarian week? How great! I wish we had that! This round up of recipes looks great!

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  15. You go girl !!! I love the new heading of your blog. Too fun!

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  16. Hi Susan, I was glad to add your coleslaw, a nice tangy side dish, but I'll have to leave the walnuts out for Graham.

    SimpleVeggie it is a pity that you don't have vegetarian week, maybe there could be a blog veggie day set up?

    Deb, hello there! Glad you like the new banner, I spelled out the letters in tomato juice especially!

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  17. Thanks for the link!

    Great post, nice way of bringing lots of veggie blogs together and highlighting the week.

    Like the new look :-)

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  18. Thanks Laura hope you have found some new blogs to enjoy!

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  19. Holler,

    Thanks for the link! Looks like a spectacular menu!

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