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Heart Warming Meatless Winter Recipes

HEART WARMING MEATLESS WINTER RECIPES

Written by Jenny Rose Edwards

Meatless dishes don’t have to be all about salads, and light foods. During the colder months, your body tends to yearn for meals that are more comforting and that have the power to warm you up on a winter’s evening! We’re going to show you that it is totally possible to keep up with your Reducetarian goals, whilst also satisfying those winter cravings. 

Miso and Soba Noodle Soup with Roasted Sriracha Tofu & Shiitake Mushrooms

Source: The Bojon Gourmet

Source: The Bojon Gourmet

“Fermented miso paste is full of good bacteria, brothy soups keep you sated longer, and, if you add whole grains, protein, and vegetables, it becomes a meal.”

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Butternut Squash Curry with Spinach

Source: Healthy Nibbles And Bits

Source: Healthy Nibbles And Bits

This delicious butternut squash curry is rich, tangy, and spicy. It is filled with tomatoes and spinach and is ready in about 45 minutes! If you have leftovers, this is one of those recipes that taste even better the day after!”

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Creamy White Bean Soup with Kale, Rosemary & Lemon 

Source: The First Mess

Source: The First Mess

“I think almost every soup recipe uses the descriptors of “soothing” and “restorative,” and this one is very honestly both. I use “creamy” kind of loosely in the title. I brought in my favourite trick for a touch of richness here and pureed half of the soup. It’s lightly creamy but still broth-y.”

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30 Minute Portobello Mushroom Bourguignon

Source: Earth And Oven

Source: Earth And Oven

“Sweet tiny button mushrooms and thick and meaty portobellos. They get along so well! Seared and sautéed with aromatics and a handful of fresh thyme because, traditions, duh. A glug or two of red wine, some tamari for umami and a dab of butter makes everything taste so…’slow cooked’”

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Giant Mushroom Meatballs & Garlic Bread

Source: The First Mess

Source: The First Mess

“They [the mushrooms] have a deep flavour from sautéed mushrooms and onions (but somehow they don’t taste “mushroom-y”), tamari, garlic, nutritional yeast, balsamic, and a little tiny splash of liquid smoke.”

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5 Ingredient Green Curry 

Source: Pinch Of Yum

Source: Pinch Of Yum

“I added a handful of golden raisins (go on and get wild) and cilantro (WHEN IN DOUBT OBVI) and did not regret either of those very out-of-the-box decisions.”

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Easy Pan Roasted Vegetables

Source: Minimalist Baker

Source: Minimalist Baker

“I went with fresh rosemary and thyme, salt and pepper to enhance each vegetable’s flavors, and (the unsung hero) a bit of maple syrup. A little sweetness helps enhance the natural starches in vegetables.“

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Easy Lentil Stew

Source: The Happy Pear

Source: The Happy Pear

“The vegan sausages add a lovely surprise bit of grizzle that chorizo would have originally added and the colour really makes it pop.”

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Cottage Pie 

Source: EpiVegan

Source: EpiVegan

This traditionally British pie has multiple variations, but tends to be a meat pie with a topping of mashed potato, which is all baked in the oven. It’s so easy to replace the meat in this dish, you can use lentils and vegetables, or even a plant-based alternative to meat.

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10-Spice Vegetable Soup

Source: Oh She Glows

Source: Oh She Glows

“This is the ultimate bowl of comfort food, made with a decadent creamy broth and loaded with an array of health-boosting spices and vegetables.”

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