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22 Easy One-Pot Meals With No Meat

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Photos accompany each Recipe

 

1. Three-Cheese Skillet Lasagna

Yes, you read that correctly: lasagna in a skillet. Get the recipe here.

2. Orecchiette With Spinach & Gorgonzola Sauce

MMMMM GORGONZOLA. Get the recipe here.

3. Kale & Cannellini Bean Soup

Cannellini + Quinoa + Kale = SO. MUCH. PROTEIN. Get the recipe here.

4. Vegetarian Pho

If only everything could be so hot and noodley. Get the recipe here.

5. Oven-Baked Mexican Quinoa Casserole

Quinoa: Is there anything it can’t do? Get the recipe here.

6. Moroccan Style Vegetable Soup (“Harira”)

A vegan version of a normally meaty soup. Get the recipe here.

7. Butternut Squash Baked Risotto

Yes, even you can make a risotto. Get the recipe here.

8. Baked Eggs with Farmhouse Cheddar and Potatoes

Brunch is really not the time for potchking around with lots of dishes. Get the recipe here.

9. Yoga Pot

You are a one-pot dinner guru. Get the recipe here.

10. 10-Minute Butternut Squash Ramen Bowl With Rice Noodles, Tofu & Fresh Pea Shoots

Not sure what to get more excited about: The one-pot, the ten minutes it takes to make it, or the RAMEN. Get the recipe here.

11. Creamy Stovetop Macaroni and Cheese

No powdered cheese necessary. Get the recipe here.

12. Vegetarian West African Peanut Soup

Yes, that’s right: Peanut butter soup. Get the recipe here.

13. Easy Creamy Tomato Barley Risotto

You had me at easy and creamy. Get the recipe here.

14. Smoky Tomato Lentil Soup With Spinach & Olives

Go ahead. Put some olives in your soup. Get the recipe here.

15. Vegetarian Potpie
foodnetwork.com / Justin Walker

Potpie ain’t just a meat thang. Get the recipe here.

16. White Bean And Pasta Soup

It has pasta so yeah. Get the recipe here.

17. One Bowl Mung Bean Meal

Say hello to your new friend: The mung bean. Get the recipe here.

18. Vegetarian Tikka Masala

Take a break from take-out and make it yourself! Get the recipe here.

19. Root Vegetable and Cauliflower Tagine with Parsley Yogurt
foodandwine.com / Jessica Sample

Make it today, eat it tomorrow, still only have one pot to clean. Get the recipe here.

20. Peanut-Broccoli Stir Fry
Jennifer Davick; Buffy Hargett; Vanessa McNeil Rocchio

The beauty of a stir-fry is in being able to switch out the listed vegetable for whichever one you happen to have in your fridge. Get the recipe here.

21. Rustic Ratatouille
epicurious.com / Kano Okada

Up your ratatouille game by adding chickpeas. Get the recipe here.

22. One-Pot Pasta with Tomato-Basil Sauce
myrecipes.com / Becky Luigart-Stayner

Makes it look like you’ve been slaving over a hot stove all day. Get the recipe here.

 

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I am so lazy.

 

I drink a fair bit of milk, eat large bowls of dried fruit and nuts, cheese, bread, fried/boiled eggs, toast, marmite, honey, vitamin tablets, cauliflower/broccolli cheese, er vegetable pastries - shop bought, er chocolate, cigarettes and cups of tea with milk and sugar, only rarely eating anything resembling what folk think of as a "proper meal."

 

I like to snack, eat in small quantities. I think it's easier on the stomach.

 

Do you recall the tale of the yogi who was tested by the Indian military for his ability to maintain his weight whilst on a complete fast of all but water?

 

I also read tales of "breatharians."

 

So I once said to my wife, I wonder whether I could live on just tea and cigarettes.

 

You should have seen the look she gave me.

 

No wonder she had me committed.

 

I should just look after myself better, ha!

 

So, thanks for the recipes.

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I am so lazy.

 

I drink a fair bit of milk, eat large bowls of dried fruit and nuts, cheese, bread, fried/boiled eggs, toast, marmite, honey, vitamin tablets, cauliflower/broccolli cheese, er vegetable pastries - shop bought, er chocolate, cigarettes and cups of tea with milk and sugar, only rarely eating anything resembling what folk think of as a "proper meal."

 

I like to snack, eat in small quantities. I think it's easier on the stomach.

 

Do you recall the tale of the yogi who was tested by the Indian military for his ability to maintain his weight whilst on a complete fast of all but water?

 

I also read tales of "breatharians."

 

So I once said to my wife, I wonder whether I could live on just tea and cigarettes.

 

You should have seen the look she gave me.

 

No wonder she had me committed.

 

I should just look after myself better, ha!

 

So, thanks for the recipes.

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get the E-cigarettes

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I've seen those e cigs.

 

It's on my to do list, I guess.

 

I have top secret esoteric lung cleaning techniques.

 

Plus I have smoking skills.

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for a little skip and a twist, i'd recommend an adventure in cooking South Indian Vegetarian meals! The flavours are simply outathisworld! :D

 

Here's a great South Indian food blogger with loads of recipe ideas! Just looking at the pics makes my appetite soar...

 

http://www.kamalascorner.com/

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Try vegetarian potpies. I used vegetables shortening and realized that I didn't need eggs at all to make bread. Tasted real good too. I actually liked the vegetable broth this time (I tried it with black beans but didn't like the flavor. Don't know why. Maybe add it after it's cooked with water than drain it and heat it with the broth) Added some flour and whabam! Still on a diet of eating only eggs and fish. But I still have days where I just eat vegetarian food. Take a nap and I'm recharged for the day.

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I've been making lots of lentil soup lately. Red lentils cook up quickly.

 

chopped carrots, onion, celery, a potato or two skinned and cubed- cooked in oil for 5 or 6 minutes. Then put in

1 cup red lentils- stir

4 cups broth or water w/ some soy

secret ingredient, lemon peel, just outer yellow, cut into small pieces. Works as flavoring and tastes good.

other ingredients..whatever.. cumin, salt, pepper, garlic powder, hot sauce, (whenever I add cumin I like to add chocolate powder)

 

Cooks up beautifully, the longer you simmer the better it tastes.

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My diet is pretty boring, generic- simple

 

mega % protein- as many carbs/calories as possible- I just eat once daily

 

gallon of water

 

And fast every Saturday

 

thats about it

 

But I knew you guys would like this stuff- I tried to add the accompanying photos, but it wouldn't let me add 22 huge pictures

 

Enjoy :)

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My diet is pretty boring, generic- simple

 

mega % protein- as many carbs/calories as possible- I just eat once daily

 

gallon of water

 

And fast every Saturday

 

thats about it

 

But I knew you guys would like this stuff- I tried to add the accompanying photos, but it wouldn't let me add 22 huge pictures

 

Enjoy :)

Fasting is a great practice.

 

More so when you dedicate the merit to the benefit of beings who are experiencing starvation, famine, malnutrition, etc. This will enhance the deed and pave the way for many good qualities to arise in you.

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My diet is pretty boring, generic- simple

 

mega % protein- as many carbs/calories as possible- I just eat once daily

 

gallon of water

 

And fast every Saturday

 

thats about it

 

But I knew you guys would like this stuff- I tried to add the accompanying photos, but it wouldn't let me add 22 huge pictures

 

Enjoy :)

You eat before Noon? If you do, I find it interesting because in Buddhism, you can take a vow of eating only once before noon because it decreases your sexual desire and desire to eat a lot.

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You eat before Noon? If you do, I find it interesting because in Buddhism, you can take a vow of eating only once before noon because it decreases your sexual desire and desire to eat a lot.

Just at dinner

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Yum. Thanks! Have u tried any? One pot meals are my fave. :)

 

That's what you should be eating anyway. Once a day and before midday, more than enough (as long as the liver, entire digestive tract and intestines are purified). :)

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