Take full advantage of summer's succulent produce with these vegetarian recipes.
Fresh produce abounds this time of year, so we're bringing you meatless recipes that take advantage of nature's bounty. Don't
miss out—head on down to your local farmer's market and start cooking.
This pasta dish is kept light and bright with fresh produce and tangy vinaigrette. The recipe calls for colorful bell peppers, but feel free to choose your favorite in-season veggies.
View Recipe: Orecchiette with Roasted Peppers, Arugula, and Tomatoes
These tomatoes are stuffed full with super healthy quinoa, sweet fresh corn, poblano chiles, and lots of shredded cheese.
Fresh lime juice adds a burst of citrus freshness. It's a delicious side or meatless main.
View Recipe: Baked Tomatoes with Quinoa, Corn, and Green Chiles
Traditional falafel is made from seasoned, mashed chickpeas that are shaped into patties and deep-fried. Here we use the same
components to make a tasty filling for eggplants, baked and topped with a deliciously nutty sauce.
View Recipe: Falafel-Stuffed Eggplant with Tahini Sauce and Tomato Relish
If you think of veggies as containers for tasty ingredients, dinner gets more interesting. You'll love these Asian-inspired
lettuce wraps with their tangy hoisin-peanut sauce.
View Recipe: Lettuce Wraps with Hoisin-Peanut Sauce
A run under the broiler creates a crunchy crust, an essential for Persian rice dishes.
View Recipe: Persian Rice-Stuffed Zucchini with Pistachios and Dill
These wraps are full of delicious fresh flavor. Summertime, or anytime, this will be your new go-to. Serve with pita chips.
View Recipe: Tempeh Greek Salad Wraps
Packed with fresh ingredients, this dish is both filling and decidedly fresh. Reserving some of the cooking liquid for the
very end helps to keep the risotto creamy.
View Recipe: Summer Lemon-Vegetable Risotto
Add pops of color to baked ziti with fresh summer veggies like squash, zucchini, and tomato. This quick and versatile recipe
can be easily adjusted based on your favorite veggies or what you have on hand.
View Recipe: Baked Ziti and Summer Veggies
Fresh seasonal produce makes this Italian omelet shine. Serve with a simple salad and fruit for an easy weeknight meal or
for brunch on the weekends.
View Recipe: Summer Vegetable Frittata
Sweet, sun-ripened tomatoes collapse into a beautifully rustic sauce. For the prettiest dish, use multicolored tomatoes from
the farmers' market or, if you're lucky, your backyard.
View Recipe: Quick-Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce with Spaghetti
This attractive, summery barbecue dish combines the vegetables of the famous Provençal stew with meaty grilled tofu.
View Recipe: Grilled Tofu with Ratatouille Vegetables
This delicious pasta dish is at once indulgent and light. If you're looking for a new way to use summer's zucchini, look no
View Recipe: Penne with Zucchini Pistou
The salty-sweet glaze complements the nutty, slightly tangy flavor of the tempeh. If you've never experimented with this soybean
cake before, this is a good recipe to start with.
View Recipe: Grilled Tempeh Skewers
This crust, made tender and flaky with heart-healthy olive oil, makes the perfect base for farm-fresh tomatoes and earthy-sweet
basil. For a less expensive alternative to pine nuts, substitute toasted sunflower seeds.
View Recipe: Tomato Ricotta Tart
We lighten up these traditionally deep-fried Spanish tortilla cakes with a quick pan-sear to ensure a good, crispy edge, then
finish them off in the oven for even cooking. They're fresh, simple, filling, and fast.
View Recipe: Poblano Sopes with Avocado Salad