Colorful, healthy and super tasty: Our vegetarian recipes show you how diverse the veggie cuisine is. Who needs meat there?
The fact that a vegetarian diet is boring and unbalanced or that vegetarians lack important nutrients has long since been refuted. Most of the time, the opposite is the case.
Because although fish and meat provide essential micro- and macronutrients, such as iron and animal protein, vegetarian cuisine is usually much lower in fat and still provides everything your body needs. Vegetables contain many vitamins, minerals and trace elements and thus offer an optimal basis for a healthy diet.
How do vegetarians get enough nutrients?
That is absolutely no problem. Eggs, cheese and legumes, such as lentils or chickpeas, are the main sources of sufficient protein in vegetarian recipes. With nuts and seeds, you also add a few proteins and healthy fats.
Your body is already optimally cared for, even without fish or meat. By the way: There are also the so-called pescetarians who avoid meat but continue to eat fish. Also a possible solution.
Which vegetarian recipes are healthy and delicious?
Boredom does not arise in the vegetarian kitchen, the endless range of vegetables, from which you can conjure up delicious, meat-free dishes, takes care of that. Those who prefer seasonal and regional varieties also ensure variety on the plate.
Vegetables can also be used to quickly and easily conjure up hearty soups, which you can top with seeds or seeds. Vegetable broth can be easily substituted for meat broth in many soup or stew recipes. Salad doesn’t always have to be the classic “fitness plate” with turkey or tuna. Try roasted chickpeas, warm goat or feta cheese or fried mushrooms on top. The icing on the cake is the icing on the cake for the salad.
How good are vegetarian meat substitutes?
The meat-free kitchen has now become a real hit. The demand for vegetarian and vegan products is increasing and increasing. You can now find numerous meat substitute products, such as schnitzel, cold cuts, burger patties or veggie sausages, even in discount stores.
Right now in vogue: Veggie hack, which is next to the normal hack in the freezer and looks very similar to the original. It’s easy to use because you can use it – just like beef or minced pork – for meatballs, Bolognese or a quick meat pan and you will hardly taste any difference in taste.
Curious? You don’t have to mutate into a full-time vegetarian right away, but it makes perfect sense to have several veggie days a week and eat “flexitarian”. If you need more inspiration, it’s best to download our mini cookbook right away: 25 recipes to print out and save .