Vegetarian Slow-Cooker Recipes
Vegetable Pot Pie with Parmesan-Black Pepper Biscuits
Some people shy away from vegetarian options under the assumption that there's no way veggies and legumes can satisfy a hungry stomach. These slow-cooker vegetarian dishes prove going meatless can be both filling and delicious.
The first recipe is a Vegetable Pot Pie with Parmesan-Black Pepper Biscuits. Leaving out the chicken doesn’t make this dish any less filling or tasty. The medley of vegetables topped with a fluffy and savory biscuit create phenomenal flavors and will appease every one in your family.
Barley, Black Bean, and Corn Burritos
Loaded with grains and vegetables, these burritos make a complete one-dish meal.
Curried Vegetables on Couscous
This high-flavor dish combines fresh vegetables with curry, cumin, cayenne, and chutney.
Three-Bean Vegetarian Chili
This soup has a mild chile flavor. If you want more heat, increase the amount of chili powder and don't seed the jalapeños.
Cuban Beans and Rice
Tofu and Chickpea Curry
Chickpeas in Curried Coconut Broth
White Bean, Artichoke, and Chard Ragout
Pinto Bean Chili with Corn and Winter Squash
The spiciness of this light yet satisfying chili is complemented by the subtle sweetness of corn and winter squash. Queso fresco is a crumbly, slightly salty Mexican cheese that's available in many large supermarkets. If you can't find it, substitute crumbled feta or farmer cheese. For a heartier chili, add one cup thawed frozen meatless crumbles. For a vegan version, use shredded soy cheddar or mozzarella cheese.
Vegetable and Chickpea Curry
Thyme-Scented White Bean Casoulet
Butter-tossed breadcrumbs stirred in at the end give this dish a robust stewlike consistency. Meatless Italian sausage stands in for the traditional pork sausage. With this recipe, you can also sauté the sausage slices in a nonstick skillet over medium-high heat until browned, then stir into the dish.