7 Meatless Dinners to Celebrate Fall

Here are the best vegetarian meals to cook this fall
7 Meatless Dinners to Celebrate Fall

Emily Jacobs

Hearty black beans and warm Indian spices makes this Indian-Spiced Tomato and Black Bean Soup a delicious meatless meal option for fall.

Whether you observe meatless Monday, eat meatless every day, or want to incorporate more vegetables into your diet this fall, The Daily Meal has seven meatless dinner ideas that are perfect for the changing season.

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Enjoy the best of fall produce by incorporating them into tasty meals that will let these delicious vegetables shine. Our favorite fall produce like pumpkins, sweet potatoes, kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, mushrooms, and apples can be incorporated into your favorite weeknight meals.

Try adding pumpkin to pasta dishes, soups, and salads.  Try stir-frying hearty kale and mushrooms with quinoa, or sautéing Brussels sprouts and apples for a sweet and savory side dish. Add hearty grains, protein-rich tofu, and beans to vegetarian dishes to satiate your hunger. From soups to keep you warm as the temperature drops to flavorful roasts of pumpkin, mushrooms, and sweet potatoes we have the only recipes you’ll need to celebrate the fall harvest bounty this year.

Autumn Bean Soup with Greens

Autumn Bean Soup with Greens

Patricia Stagich

This autumn bean soup with greens can be made with spinach, kale, or collard greens.


Serve this comforting, hearty bean soup in squash bowls for a more festive look! — Patricia Stagich

For the Autumn Bean Soup with Greens recipe, click here.

Pumpkin Risotto

Pumpkin Risotto

Patricia Stagich

This pumpkin risotto can be made with canned or fresh pumpkin purée.


Try this risotto recipe with pumpkin for a fall twist on an Italian classic.

For the Pumpkin Risotto recipe, click here.
 


Angela Carlos is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Find her on Twitter and tweet @angelaccarlos.

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