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Veggie Fest Recipes

We are dedicated to keep providing you with some of the best vegan and vegetarian recipes from cuisines all over the world. Enjoy our growing collection of recipes from renowned chefs who just love food!

Creamy Pickled “Herring”By Veggie Fest TeamYou’ll find great taste and texture in these eggplant “filets” which are marinated in a tangy cream sauce with onions. We haven’t tried a vegan version with nondairy sour cream and milk. If you do, please let us know how it turned out!
Cucumber and Mint RaitaBy Veggie Fest TeamThis refreshing yogurt salad is often served with spicy Indian dishes. It typically features dairy yogurt, but for a vegan version, experiment with unsweetened alternatives..
Enchilada PieBy Veggie Fest TeamYou can build a Mexican meal around this satisfying entrée by serving it with guacamole and crisp corn chips.
Fresh Vegetable KabobsBy Veggie Fest TeamGet creative with this fun, open-ended recipe, choosing a variety of colorful vegetables. The kabobs are delicious served as an appetizer with a creamy ranch or onion dip.
Fruit KabobsBy Veggie Fest TeamExperiment with this luscious low-calorie appetizer, selecting a colorful mix of sweet fruits in season.
Garden Fresh PizzaBy Veggie Fest TeamA display of garden vegetables lends appeal to this colorful pizza. For a gluten-free version, look for a prepared crust in the freezer section of larger grocery stores.
Garlic Pita CrispsBy Veggie Fest TeamA quick, tasty, and crunchy snack–easy enough for kids to prepare for baking!
German Potato SaladBy Veggie Fest TeamFor many decades Germany has shared delectable potato recipes with the world. Variations on this salad, which can be served warm or cold, are some of the most popular.
Kale ChipsBy Veggie Fest TeamDo you have trouble getting your children to eat their greens? Here’s an idea sure to please the most finicky eater: kale chips! Bake until crispy with sweet or savory seasonings, depending on your preference.
Lentil PâtéBy Veggie Fest TeamThis dish is an adaptation of a traditional Middle Eastern recipe. It can be served hot or cold, as a pâté with bread or crackers, or in combination with cheese, yogurt dressing, and sprouts, tucked into a pita sandwich.
Mock Pineapple Mai TaiBy Veggie Fest TeamEntertaining? This is ideal for serving with appetizers or hors d’oeuvres.
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