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16 Easy Dinners For Anyone Trying To Eat Less Meat, And Do Less Dishes

No meat and (almost) no cleanup.

1. Cauliflower-And-Mushroom Roast

Photograph by: Bryan Gardner. Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living. © 2016.

Cauliflower? Croutons?! Gruyere?!!! Absolute decadence. Get the recipe here.

2. Roasted Greek Vegetables With Polenta

Eggplant, cauliflower, chickpeas, and polenta make this vegan meal oh so filling. Get the recipe here.

3. Smothered Greek Broccoli With Roasted Lemon

Even though this dish only needs to bake for 10 minutes, the smell of pesto, broccoli, and artichoke roasting will make you so hungry, you'll be eating it right off the pan. Get the recipe here.

4. Easy Roasted Rainbow Vegetables

Whether you're incorporating them into your meal prep or serving them up on a platter, these colorful veggies are as appetizing as they are aesthetically appealing. Get the recipe here.

5. Spicy Tofu And Green Beans

Soaked in rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, and maple syrup, this tofu will be the highlight of your week. Get the recipe here.

6. Sheet Pan Portobello Tacos With Chipotle

Feast your eyes on the most glamorous tacos you ever did see. Toss portobello mushrooms, peppers, and onion in canned chipotle and cumin, and you'll have that meaty flavor without the meat. Cool down the chipotle heat with pickled onion, cilantro crema, and avocado. Get the recipe here.

7. Roasted Halloumi Fajitas

Salty halloumi with a spicy fajita mix is a pairing that'll make you think, "How the heck didn't I think of that?!" Get the recipe here.

8. Spicy Broccolini Pizza

Despite being the simplest thing you'll make all week, this fancy flatbread will impress any guest. Just spread the dough out on the pan, then layer on the cheese and veggies. Season with red pepper flakes and lemon zest for some unexpected flair. Get the recipe here.

9. Green Bean Salad With Caramelized Cherry Tomatoes

This salad is a perfect transition meal: the feta, red wine vinegar, and mustard make this salad light enough for heavy summer days while the cherry tomatoes and green beans are the perfect amount of cozy for when the leaves start to change. Get the recipe here.

10. Za'atar Chickpeas & Kale With Sweet Potatoes

Tossed in curry powder, cinnamon, pepper, and za'atar, this veggie mix has got it all going on. Get the recipe here.

11. Sweet Potato Paleo Hash

This hash is perfect for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sweet potatoes, apple, and cranberries with mushrooms, onion, and celery make for a perfectly balanced sweet and savory dish. Get the recipe here.

12. Easy Vegetarian Tempeh Nachos

Cutting nachos out of your diet would be a darn tragedy. Toss tortilla chips with veggies, tempeh, beans, and nutritional yeast to eat a classic, without the dairy. Get the recipe here.

13. Crispy Sheet Pan Gnocchi and Veggies

No need to boil the gnocchi, just toss it on the pan with the rest of the veggies. Get the recipe here.

14. Buddha Bowls With Turmeric Tahini Dressing

Ok, so technically this isn't a true one-pan meal, but what's a bowl without quinoa? This one's got so many great flavors and textures, it's worth washing an extra dish. Get the recipe here.

15. Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Soup

After roasting a bunch of tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, and garlic, pop them in a food processor and blend until smooth. Get the recipe here.

16. Sheet Pan Shawarma

Wrap roasted cauliflower, pepper, and tofu in pita bread, or serve it on its own with a side of Israeli salad. Get the recipe here.