The World was divided into opponents and defenders of vegetarian food. The main argument of the meat lovers — presence of the proteins that are extremely important for our body. Of course, there are products that can replace pork or beef, but not all know how to cook them properly. In addition, food should be not only useful but also delicious. We offer you the TOP20 of dishes for vegetarians with a high protein concentration.
This version swaps out meat for protein-packed chickpeas. Recipe here.
Topped with a DIY ranchero sauce. Recipe here.
Soba noodles are made from buckwheat flour and contain 6g of protein per serving. This recipe ups amps that up even more by adding a hardboiled egg on top. Recipe here.
Made with a hearty filling of quinoa + black beans + salsa + spices + corn. Recipe here.
This recipe tells you to add pork sausage — but you can leave it out and still be left with a ton of flavor. Recipe here.
Made with super affordable ingredients, makes enough for four, and breaks down to less than $2 per serving. Recipe here.
Just one cup of edamame will add a whopping 17g of protein — and the soba noodles kick that up even more. Recipe here.
This version is made with slow-cooked lentils and swaps buns for spaghetti squash. Recipe here.
This version ditches the mayo for Greek yogurt. To make it substantial enough for dinner, make it into a sandwich or serve on lots of fresh greens. Recipe here.
Taco Tuesday: Grain Bowl Edition. Recipe here.
This gluten-free version swaps pasta noodles for eggplant and zucchini zoodles, and gets its protein from three types of cheeses. Recipe here.
Tossed with a DIY sauce of red pepper + lemon + paprika + cilantro. Recipe here.
Serve this over soba noodles or quinoa. Recipe here.
Three cheers for one-pot wonders. Recipe here.