Take Meat-Free Monday one step further and see if you can swap out meat in all your weekly meals. The official Meat Free Week runs from 23-29 of September but with so much delicious right here, it won't be hard to work some of these recipes into your weekly rotation.
Donna Hay, also known as cheese genius, puts slices of haloumi on top of this lasagne so they get all melty and toasted while the lasagne cooks.
It’s actually outrageous how easy this one is, and you can keep most ingredients in the pantry for a five-minute dinner.
Forget the ayam, paneer soaks up so much flavor you won’t even miss the animal protein.
Get around this filling salad that won’t go limp on the commute. It’s not very Bhutanese but a few slabs of fried haloumi on top wouldn’t hurt.
Be right back, drinking tahini sauce.
Hetty McKinnon’s recipe comes from her mum, who would make ginger fried rice to settle her stomach.
Bread? Check. Cheese? Check. Slavic roasted red pepper paste? Check check.
Chock-full of good fats and healthy grains.
Fulfil the noodle craving – it only takes a few minutes.
This stuff is seriously good, think silky mild tofu covered in a crunchy batter and dusted in salty spiced pepper seasoning.
Throwing you something fancy for when the friends come round this weekend. With the labour of love that goes into these gnocchi they won’t even notice it’s meat-free week.
This Italian street snack has a grilled chickpea pancake and slices of fried eggplant stuffed into a fresh ciabatta roll.
To curb that burger craving.
Because snacks are important on meat-free week; though it’s hard to resist eating a meal’s worth of these scones.
Say yes to the 'other' carrot cake.
Jazz up your breakfast and get gut-friendly at the same time.
17. Potato rosti
Thank you Europe for bringing this giant hash brown into our lives today.
A universal crowd pleaser, unless you’re a crazy person.
Noodle, egg, tofu, broccoli, garlic. Nothing else needed.
These moreish roasted peppers are stuffed with cheese then battered and fried. Great with a drizzle of lime and a fresh salad.
21. Persian omelette
It’s the herbs, not the eggs that are the star of this Iranian omelette. Excellent for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If the cupboard is looking a bit bare, never fear! All you need for this moreish Lebanese rice dish is lentils, onion and of course, rice.
You might not believe it but this buttery bread called kubaneh is baked overnight. Pop in the oven on Saturday evening for a zero-effort Sunday morning treat.
A super-easy yoghurt that makes a great dessert or breakfast. Strawberries have a natural sweetness but are surprisingly low in sugar.
Time to get crafty in the kitchen! You'll be using cellophane and egg rings to create the cups for this dessert. A dainty way to serve chocolate mousse that will surely impress.
A semifreddo is a semi-frozen Italian dessert - it's like ice cream, but lighter. For lovers of the peanut-butter-and-chocolate combination, this is the ultimate dessert for you.
This is like a giant pancake and makes a great dessert, breakfast or brunch.
Kulfi is a classic Indian dessert - an ice cream that is rich and decadent. Kulfi can be made in a variety of different flavours (mango, pistachio and rose being the most popular) and the good news is, it's easy to make and does not require a lot of complicated steps.
Rocky road has to be the ultimate no-bake dessert. This recipe includes all the old favourites, but save it for the grown-ups only: there's a sneaky shot of rum in there, used to soak a handful of currants.
Panna cotta is like a blank dessert canvas for flavour, and adding matcha tea powder to it imparts a unique grassy savouriness. A topping of fresh strawberries brings a contrasting burst of sweetness and colour.
This classic American dessert combines banana, caramel, cream and chocolate in an easy make-ahead dessert. Make sure you it's chilled properly so the caramel filling can set.
Whether you call it knefe, kanafeh, knafe, or "that Middle Eastern cheese sweet"...this dessert is bringing in the cheesy goods. The Chefs' Line