Vegetables no longer play second fiddle. Confirmation of this – six options for healthy food from all over the world, which will pleasantly surprise even convinced meat-eaters. No meat, no problem – really. Just check out these delicious sandwiches, stir-fries, casseroles, soups, and more. Helpful Hint: Some recipes call for chicken broth, but you can easily sub in vegetable broth to keep things vegetarian. Looking for more inspiration? Check out our favorite healthy meals you’re actually looking forward to eating. Here are 6 vegetarian meals from around the world.
Asparagus on toast, France.
Asparagus is pan-fried in butter and poured over with lemon juice and traditional French sauce. Mix six tablespoons of olive oil with parsley and salt, add chopped green onions, pickled carrots, and two finely chopped boiled eggs.
Matcha noodles, China.
Classic Chinese noodles with ginger and green onion sauce have been refined with Japanese powdered green tea – matcha. It is sprinkled on top of noodles, to which slices of radish and fresh cucumbers are cut.
Alternative hummus, Israel.
Spicy Cauliflower with almonds and parsley are added to the spicy celery root puree, and fried quail eggs are placed on top.
Benincasa with yogurt, Morocco.
The pumpkin is smeared with a sauce of cinnamon, orange juice, argan oil, and ginger and baked in the oven for 30-40 minutes. The finished dish is poured with natural yogurt and sprinkled with cilantro.
Mushroom gratin, Sweden.
1980 Nordic mushroom casserole with a modern twist. 600 grams of fried porcini mushrooms are placed in a baking dish. Pour in a sauce of cream, grated hard cheese, and nutmeg and bake at 250 degrees.
A simple dish of poached eggs in a spicy stew of tomatoes, peppers, and aromatic spices satisfies the feeling of hunger like meat.