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29 Vegetarian Classics You Should Learn How To Cook

Because we cannot live on French fries alone.

1. Perfectly Smooth HUMMUS

2. A Big Pot of VEGETABLE SOUP

3. Simple BEAN SALAD

4. Cheesy EGGPLANT PARMESAN

5. Crispy BAKED TOFU

6. Homemade VEGETABLE STOCK

A good vegetable stock will make any soup or grain tastier, even if the recipe says using water is okay. It's very easy to make but takes some time. Throw chopped vegetables and herbs in a pot and add lots of water. Then cover the pot, bring to a boil, simmer for an hour-ish and strain, squeezing all the water out of the vegetables. Recipes like this one can give you more details on making a basic veggie stock, but you can also save vegetable scraps in the freezer and add them in, as this recipe does. Don't have time to make a stock tonight but still want to make a homemade soup? Try this 10 Minute Stock recipe.

7. A Melty GRILLED CHEESE

8. An Easy TOFU STIR-FRY

9. Upgraded, Veggie-Loaded RAMEN

10. Plain QUINOA

11. A Spicy CURRY

12. Refreshing COLD SESAME NOODLES

13. Healthy STUFFED PEPPERS

14. Real MAC 'N' CHEESE

15. A Mouthwatering SAAG PANEER

16. Crunchy ROASTED CHICKPEAS

17. Hearty BEAN CHILI

18. Classic EGG SALAD

19. Perfectly ROASTED VEGETABLES

20. An Easy FRITTATA

21. Crispy FALAFEL

22. A Healthy Bowl of PASTA

23. Tasty FRIED RICE

24. Homemade SALAD DRESSING

25. Creamy FETTUCCINI ALFREDO

26. Delicious VEGGIE BURGERS

27. Juicy GRILLED PORTOBELLO MUSHROOMS

28. Super Satisfying TACOS

29. A Perfect LASAGNA