Asian Vegetarian Meals Recipes (Most Popular)
This Asian-inspired pasta dish is so good and so quick to make and can be served hot or cold. Add some tofu for another healthy option.
Peanut sauce is one of my favorite things to eat, usually with tofu, green vegetables (like broccoli, spinach and edamame) and brown rice.
Stir-fry vegetables with bamboo shoots, shiitake mushrooms, and shirataki noodles - Simple to make and delicious!
hate veggies? you'll love this!
This traditional Vietnamese dish is easy to make and perfect for a hot day when you want something cool and filling.
Forget takeout and TV dinners. This meal is ready in just 10 minutes.
Easy to make, and delicious. Serve with veggies and rice.
Soooo good and QUICK!!! My non vegetarian husband asked me for SECONDS!!!
This recipe is to replace the green beans you get at most/all Chinese Buffets including Panda Express and many others. They are a hit with everyone, every time I make them... even my picky picky picky people that I have to feed!
[EDIT: After noticing everyone commenting on the sodium, I realized that I didn't add the 'lite' soy sauce that I use - I had added regular! Fixed it now :) ]
This is one of my all time favorite tofu recipes. I've done a fair bit of tweaking to it and think that I may finally have what I am after. Great source of protein. Don't be scared by the big pile of spinach - it cooks down and ends up being a pretty small portion of the meal.
Cabbage is a good source of Vitamins A & c, and fiber. It helps to prevent cancer and is low in calories. Cabbage tastes best and is most nutritious when eaten raw or cooked for a short period of time in a small amount of water.
This is a quick meal you can throw together with your favorite fresh and/or frozen veggies. Eat as a main entree or serve with another protein, such as tofu or chicken.
I think I make it best!
Don't let the tofu put you off, this tastes wonderful.
You could also add a packet of frozen stir fry vegetables if you wanted a larger vegetable serve.
This is based on a recipe from the Eating Well website, with just a few tweaks
Fried rice using quinoa instead of rice, edamame and egg for protein, and lots of frozen veggies to keep things easy.
This satisfying & delicious thai stew is packed with nutrients. Serve it over brown rice, with a salad & piece of whole grain bread.
Make this versatile dish with leftover rice and any vegetable in your crisper. (Brown is better, but I've used white rice from last night's takeout.)
A spicy, low-fat Middle Eastern dish, high in fiber!
Tofu and vegetable stir fry served over brown rice.
revised to sub egg whites for whole eggs. Lighter, 0 cholesterol
Not too tangy, not to spicy, peanut free cucumber salad.
Low Fat Version of Chinese Favorite. Recipe modified 2/5/10 to reduce sodium. Found a great teriyaki lower in sodium and eliminated sesame oil. Better taste and better for you!
P.S. I also discoverede that 1 cup of dry brown rice yieds closer to 2 1/2 cups of cooked brown rice.
Tofu, veggies and super duper pasta
Vitamins, protein, low cal and great taste!
Sometimes the simplest things are the most enjoyable. This dish is very high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C and has good amounts of copper and magnesium! Warning: The cashews contribute nearly half the calories.
Almonds or peanuts would work too and ff you want you could jazz it up a bit with a little freshly grated ginger and a shake of chili pepper flakes.