Your Meatless Menu For January!

Spicy Ramen By Naturally Ella

We’re ringing in 2019 with some meatless recipes that are perfect for the cold nights AND any healthy New Years resolutions out there!

Whether you are starting fresh in the new year by eating less meat or just looking to add more variety to your diet, these meatless recipes are perfect for the cold weather and cozy nights ahead!


Crockpot Lasagna Soup

Crockpot Lasagna Soup

It’s lasagna soup like you’ve never seen it before! Not only can you expect all your lasagna classics (noodles, tomatoes, ricotta and mozzarella) but make way for butternut squash, mushrooms, cannellini beans and spinach! This slow cooker / crockpot recipe gets an A++ for nutritional composition and 5 stars for looking as great as it is for you!

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Spicy Ramen

Spicy Vegetable & Egg Ramen

This ramen recipe is a refreshing change of pace for dinner! Ready in under an hour, brussels sprouts, ramen noodles and eggs are taken to new heights with the far-out far east flavors of sambal oelek (chili paste), ginger, soy sauce and yellow miso. Simply roast your brussels until tender & browned, cook your noodles in a tasty ginger-garlic-soy sauce base, top it with a hard boiled egg, diced scallions and toasted sesame seeds for delicious meatless dinner in no-time!

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Roasted Vegetables With Parmesan Polenta

Roasted Veggies & Parmesan Polenta

Pasta isn’t the only food Italians have perfected. Similar to grits in the south, polenta is a paste or dough made from cornmeal. Cooked low and slow on the stove with with water, parmesan cheese, butter and salt, this recipe tops off this comfort food with some garlic, red chili flake & thyme roasted bell peppers, tomatoes, zucchini and red onion. A great meal to change it up with, it takes only 40 minutes and offers flavors even the pickiest meat lovers will enjoy.

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White Chili

White Vegetarian Chili

If there was a contest for the king of comfort food, chili would have a good run for the top. Bold flavors and hearty ingredients served up in a satiating sauce are an amazing way to warm up on a cold day. This vegetarian version is a white chili that gets its creaminess from a warm milk seasoned with onion, garlic and cumin. Featuring onion, bell pepper, jalapeño, beans and corn, you can add some extra flair by adding cilantro, avocado, tortilla chips, pickled jalapenos, radish slices or hot sauce.

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What are your favorite vegetarian comfort foods? Tag us with #BestMarket, we would love to see!

December 27, 2018