Share:

Winning Vegetarian Recipes

Looking for winning vegetarian recipes? Find winning vegetarian recipes including salads, soups, and more winning vegetarian recipes.

Zucchini Garden Chowder

Zucchini Garden Chowder

Zucchini Garden Chowder

Years ago, when my husband and I put in our first garden, a neighbor suggested zucchini since it's easy to grow. Our kids were reluctant to try new things, so I used our squash in this cheesy chowder—it met with solid approval from all of us! —Nanette Jordan, Flint, Michigan

Two-Season Squash Medley

Two-Season Squash Medley

Two-Season Squash Medley

Both winter and summer squash star in this fun, colorful vegetable stir-fry. I've cooked in several restaurants and for many guests in my home, and this dish has been well-received for years. —Mary Beth LaFlamme, Eagle Bridge, New York

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Favorite Marvelous Mushroom Soup

Meet the Cook: Soup is tops on the list of things I love to cook. I've used this one as the beginning course to a meal...and as a Sunday supper with hot rolls and butter. When we had a small restaurant in Arizona, I made my mushroom soup every day. We never had any left over. It got raves at a deli I worked at, too. I never cooked very much until my husband and I were married, 48 years ago. We're the parents of three grown sons and the grandparents of 12. -Beverly Rafferty, Winston, Oregon
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT

Partytime Beans

Partytime Beans

Partytime Beans

A friend brought this colorful bean dish to my house for a church circle potluck dinner. As soon as I tasted the slightly sweet slow-cooked beans, I had to have the recipe. I've served the beans and shared the recipe many times since. —Jean Cantner, Boston, Virginia

Egg and Broccoli Casserole

Egg and Broccoli Casserole

Egg and Broccoli Casserole

For years, I've prepared this filling egg casserole - which is delicious for brunch - in my slow cooker. It's an unusual recipe for this appliance but is welcomed wherever I serve it. Folks always go back for seconds. -Janet Sliter, Kennewick, Washington

Rhubarb Corn Bread Stuffing

Rhubarb Corn Bread Stuffing

Rhubarb Corn Bread Stuffing

This distinctive stuffing is awesome alongside ham, chicken or turkey. I've been a rhubarb fan since I was a girl, so when a friend suggested this recipe, I had to try it. Now when I serve this side dish, my guests are usually curious about my special ingredient...and they love it! -Kathy Petrullo, Long Island City, New York

Ravioli Casserole

Ravioli Casserole

Ravioli Casserole

The whole family will love the fun, cheesy flavor of this main dish that tastes like lasagna without all the fuss. Time-saving ingredients, including prepared spaghetti sauce and frozen ravioli, hurry the preparation along. —Mary Ann Rothert Austin, Texas

Vegetable Oven Pancake

Vegetable Oven Pancake

Vegetable Oven Pancake

I clipped this recipe when I was first married, but my husband was actually first to prepare it. The puffy pancake looked beautiful and tasted even better. It wasn't until I made this dish myself the I realized how simple it really is. We like to vary the vegetables, depending on what's in season. —Mirien Church Aurora, Colorado

Bean Burritos

Bean Burritos

Bean Burritos

My husband and I have two sons, ages 5 and 3. With our demanding careers, main dishes like this one that can be prepared in a flash are essential for us. I always have the ingredients for this recipe on hand. Cooking the rice and shredding the cheese the night before save precious minutes at dinnertime. —Beth Osborne Skinner Bristol, Tennessee

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

Grilled Three-Pepper Salad

I have been cooking since my mother taught me how at an early age. I enjoy it, and I'm always trying new recipes. This one's both flavorful and colorful. -Ruth Wickard, York, Pennsylvania

Bell Pepper Enchiladas

Bell Pepper Enchiladas

Bell Pepper Enchiladas

Peppers are probably the vegetable that gets used most frequently in my kitchen. My freezer's constantly stocked in case I discover a new recipe to try or want to whip up an old favorite again. In a way, my parents helped create this recipe. They always taught never to waste. So one day when my husband (I'm a stepmom to two girls, 18 and 15) and I had prepared a Mexican meal and had peppers, cheese, salsa and tortillas left over, these were the result! -Melissa Cowser, Greenville, Texas
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT
Advertise with us
ADVERTISEMENT