Top Rated Vegetarian Recipes

This vegetarian chili recipe is packed with protein and flavor.
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Vegetarian Apple Cranberry Stuffing
This Apple Cranberry Stuffing is a healthy, vegetarian version of classic Thanksgiving stuffing. It uses fresh whole grain bread, onions, and celery for the base. The flavor comes from the medley of herbs, chopped apples and cranberries.Recipe courtesy of Nourished by Nutrition
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This recipe is naturally vegan — although it's better when topped with shredded cheese and sour cream! Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Vegetarian Buffalo chicken dip recipe - The Daily Meal
Buffalo chicken dip has been the most searched Super Bowl recipe since 2004, and there is no reason vegetarians need to miss out on this creamy, slightly spicy, highly dippable goodness. Sure, you could just swap in a meat-free "chicken" product, but there's no need when you can use healthy, non-processed ingredients instead.Here, roasted cauliflower and white beans (cannellini) take the place of the usual chicken, and trust us when we say there won't be any complaints at your next game day.Want more irresistable dip recipes? Click here.
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Tabasco Grinder Garlic Bread
This toasty garlic bread is topped with olive cream cheese and drizzled with a tangy and spicy vinaigrette.Recipe courtesy of Tabasco and created by Chef Mason Hereford of Molly’s Rise & Shine and Turkey & the Wolf.
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Canh Chua Cá
Canh Chua Cá is a sweet and spicy Vietnamese fish soup. Serve it with a bowl of rice and enjoy!Recipe courtesy of Tabasco and created by Chef  Peter Nguyen of Banh Mi Boys
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This is a smoky twist on a traditional "Sloppy Joe," served up mini-style on slider buns. I especially love the subtle sweet flavor that blueberry adds to barbecue sauce — who knew? Because it isn’t bound in a patty, you can also sneak much more nutritious purée into this dish. Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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Vegan Roasted Sweet Potato Quesadillas
Some naysayers may feel that a quesadilla is not in fact a quesadilla without cheese. If ever you encounter one of these unequivocal cynics, please draw this weapon like a sword and use it against their Gouda or "sharp" Cheddar or whatever dairy phenom it is they wish to flaunt. This marriage of roasted sweet potatoes, refried beans, corn, and cooked spinach, is a flavor-filled winner that your taste buds will thank you for, vegan or not. Click here to see Quesadillas to Suit Every Taste.
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Green Papaya Salad
Green papaya salad is incredibly popular in Thailand, so next time you're hankering for a salad, switch it up with this recipe.This recipe is courtesy of About.com.
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Rice pilaf
Rice pilaf dishes are common in many different cuisines, including Middle Eastern, East Asian, and Caribbean. A pilaf is essentially rice cooked in a broth with a mix of vegetables and spices.In this case, you aren’t using the Instant Pot’s “rice cooker” setting like you might expect, as this dish really develops its flavor over long periods of time. The “rice cooker” setting is better suited to simply steam rice on its own.This dish is delicious with a hearty roast chicken.25 Rice Dishes That Will Make You Forget Potatoes 
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Instant Pot Vegetarian Chili
A robust blend of spices, hearty beans and fresh veggies make this a delicious, healthy dinner you'll want to make again and again.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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Originally eaten by Buddhists in Chinese culture, this dish is served in most Chinese households during the first few days of the new year. There are regional differences depending upon which part of China your family originates from, but most of the dried ingredients remain consistent since they symbolize good luck. A number of the ingredients like the black fungus (fat choy), lily buds (jinzhen), and gingko nuts (bai guo) all symbolize wealth and good fortune. Eating vegetarian the first day of new year also symbolizes purification of the body and upholds the tradition of having no animal slaughter on the first day of the new year.Authentically, this dish contains 18 ingredients. The number symbolizes wealth and prosperity. The stew requires quite a bit of time for reconstituting, boiling, and braising. Most of the prep time is spent rinsing and soaking dried ingredients and then slowly braising the ingredients until the flavor melds.Click here to see The Ultimate Chinese New Year Dinner.
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