16 January 2017

Meat Free Mondays - 7 Recipes for the Week Ahead (16 January 2017)



Happy Monday everyone. I hope your week has started well.

Mine hasn't! I'm totally fed up. I have been mostly bed bound for 11 days now with a damaged knee. I'm really over it now and just want to get back to normal. I'm up and about for a little while each day now, but my knee soon protests if I do too much. You may have noticed my blog has been rather quiet. Sigh!

Anyway enough of all that, it's Monday and that means I have a selection of new and utterly delicious vegetarian recipes to share with you.









MONDAY


Everyday Healthy Recipes







TUESDAY


A Hedgehog in the Kitchen







WEDNESDAY


VNutirtion






THURSDAY


Foodie Quine







FRIDAY


Only Crumbs Remain







SATURDAY


The Veg Space







SUNDAY


Easy Peasy Foodie





BONUS RECIPES

photo: Lisa's Kitchen




Kale Spinach Saag Panner (with how-to guide for making paneer) - Fix me a Little Lunch
Saag Aloo (spinach and potato side) - Tinned Tomatoes
Spinach and Coconut Dal - Tinned Tomatoes
Chana Palak (Spicy Chickpeas and Spinach) - Lisa's Kitchen
Moroccan Squash and Pea Stew - Roast Chicken and a Country Walk
Orange Baked Tofu - Green Gourmet Giraffe






I hope you leave inspired. 

I have one more thing for you to check out before you go. 

Regular Meat Free Monday contributor Kate from The Veg Space has just published a cook book that's perfect for Veganuary or if you just want some fast meal inspiration. 

It's called Vegan in 15 and is available from Amazon. 




Thanks to everyone who created a recipe for us this week.

Tune in next Monday for another 7 awesome veggie recipes.



15 comments:

  1. Yum - a lovely looking round up. Those burritos and tacos look amazing :)

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  2. Thank you so much for featuring my roasted pepper pasta! I've just linked up my latest meat free recipe and also shared the linky wherever I could:)

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  3. lovely dishes - I love the inspiration from Meat Free Mondays - good luck with getting up and about with your knee - must be frustrating!

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    1. Yes some fab recipes and thanks, it is driving me nuts, I just want to get back to normal.

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  4. I completely sympathise Jacqueline, I damaged my knee back in the summer after falling during a walk off the beaten track! It sounds like things are going the right way, hope you're 100% fighting fit soon :-) Thank you for including my soup in your fab round up,
    Angela x

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    1. It's hellish isn't it Angela? I am just over twisting my other knee. Fed up of it all now! Thanks for joining in.

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  5. What a lovely collection of recipes. Sorry to hear about your knee - hope you are back to normal soon x

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    1. Thanks me too lol! Fed up now, but yes a fab collection of recipes.

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  6. Thanks so much for mentioning the book Jac, that's really kind. Hope you're on your way to recovery - sounds painful. We don't realise how much we use our knees until one is out of action - ouch! x

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    1. That's ok, I am looking forward to seeing it myself. Yes I am getting there slowly.

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  7. I'm so sorry about your knee, that must be totally frustrating! Sending healing vibes to you!

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  8. I hope you're perkier now Jac - I'm a knee sufferer so you have ALL the sympathy. This is a particularly inspiring round up this week, I'm off to Pin so I can make a few :)

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I love reading comments, so thank you for taking the time to leave one. Unfortunately, I'm bombarded with spam, so I've turned on comment moderation. I'll publish your comments as soon as I can and respond to them. Don't panic, they will disappear when you hit publish. Jac x