Nowadays, vegetarians can enjoy food that's as exciting, colourful and full of flavour as the dishes enjoyed by meat-eaters. It wasn't always so! Delia has drawn on some of the best cuisines in the world to bring you a selection of vegetarian recipes that will have you spoilt for choice!
Celery is an underrated vegetable - make sure you eat it in the winter months when it has the best flavour and, preferably, after a frost. One of the very best soups you can make.
Lemony, light and truly sensational: souffle omelettes allow you to ring the changes and make a speedy supper for two in no time at all!
Mulligatawny was highly fashionable in Victorian times and, indeed, this recipe was influenced by Eliza Acton, one of that era's most prolific cookery writers. Spicy, warming and vegetarian, it's a real classic.
Although they are cheap, split peas are actually brilliant on the nutritious front and provide plenty of fibre in the diet. This soup is just one way of enjoying them...
Oven-baked potatoes with rosemary will be a great partner for any roast or grilled meats...and the joy of this recipe is that it just gets on and cooks by itself once it's in the oven, leaving you free to look after the rest of the meal.
Celeriac is a winter root vegetable that all cooks should be aware of as it has a wonderful flavour and lends itself beautifully to soups, bakes, gratins and, here, mashed with other ingredients. Although raw celeriac browns easily, Delia found that this
Delia describes this as her favourite vegetarian dish - and it's so versatile we just know you'll make it again and again with whatever vegetables are available.
Bought tortelloni is jazzed up with the addition of leeks and Gorgonzola, to create a handsome and filling supper dish - perfect for vegetarians.
The winter months aren't the most exciting on the vegetable front, but when you can make wonderful soups like this one - from potatoes, leeks and Brussels sprouts - who cares?
Spinach is an unusual ingredient in soups but works really well...and provides you with plenty of iron and other nutrients.
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