It’s Friday again! This week this means another edition of Weekend Reading – Savory Reads! I’ve compiled another roundup of five delicious, colorful, savory, vegetarian recipes. Need inspiration for what to cook this weekend? I’m sure there is something amongst those recipes for everyone.
Let’s start off with this gorgeous Fajita Bowl with citrus marinated vegetables from Sarah at the Organic Dietitian. Who doesn’t love Mexican food? This is a very fresh, vegan and summery take on typical fajitas, which I can’t wait to try!
Next up is a wonderfully creative take on traditional meatball bolognese pasta. It’s Rebecca’s (from Strength and Sunshine) Lentil Quinoa “Meatball” Bolognese with Zucchini Noodles. Skip the traditional pasta for once and make zoodles instead! As the meatballs use lentils as a base, they are perfect if you are looking for vegetarian meatballs that don’t use seitan.
Who doesn’t like fries? Carolyn from Peacemeal XO shared a really easy oven baked fries recipe, that is spiced up with rosemary and sea salt plus a vegan ‘mayonnaise’ dip! The recipe is simple and straightforward, what could you ask for more.
Even though it’s spring already, I’m sure you all still have some winter vegetables hanging around, right? Joana, from My Gut Feeling, created this colorful winter vegetable ragout with kale and quinoa, which would be the perfect option to use those up before it gets too warm to enjoy a slow cooked, warming meal!
Last but not least, let me show you this Palak Tofu dish from Elephantastic Vegan. Bianca is a fellow Austrian food blogger and I just recently came across her recipe. She created this delicious vegan spinach curry version of the traditional Indian dish, using tofu instead of paneer. Reading through her recipe, all the delicious ingredients made my mouth water!
That’s it again for this week – what’s your must try recipe from this roundup? Let me know! Subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss a post and follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest, so you see my daily breakfast, peaks behind the scenes and what currently inspires me!