Thinly sliced rounds of potato, beetroot and sweet potato create an inspiring veggie centrepiece to impress family and friends alike. Beneath the delicate layers of root vegetables they’ll uncover an umami-rich winter veggie stew. The best part? It can be made and frozen ahead of time, perfect for entertaining. Try more freezable vegetarian recipes.
A whole roast cauliflower never fails to go down a storm, and this version pulls out all the stops. Sprinkled with pomegranate seeds and doused in a lemony yogurt with fresh parsley, it makes a great vegetarian-friendly Sunday roast option. Serve with our brussels sprouts winter salad with clementine dressing for more seasonal veggie goodness.
Leafy greens take centre stage at this time of the year and for good reason. Cavolo nero is rich in iron and makes a quick and nourishing addition to orecchiette pasta with creamy ricotta and toasted almonds. Try more cavolo nero recipes.
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Cabbages are really having their moment. This easy recipe is sure to hit the mark with its preserved lemon, cumin and chilli-spiced butter to smother on your cabbage before slow-roasting it to caramelised perfection. Serve with flaked almonds, Greek-style yogurt and cooked rice. Discover more ways with Savoy.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean salads have to be dull and uninspiring. This bright and beautiful winter salad spotlights butternut squash, peppers and sweet potatoes alongside a homemade butter bean hummus for added protein and flavour. Now discover our favourite winter salads.
Master the art of homemade pasta with our step-by-step guide. The creamy ricotta & spinach filling is brought to life with a crispy sage leaf-infused butter to drizzle on top – serve it up for that special someone. Try more pasta recipes this winter.
A good jar of green pesto always helps to get through the long winter months, and this version brings in charred cauliflower for a seasonal twist. Pumpkin seeds add extra flavour and texture, as well as vital antioxidants. Discover more roasted cauliflower recipes.
8. Leek risotto
Make a silky risotto with meltingly soft leeks. Simple but a classic, don’t underestimate the importance of good quality butter and sharp parmesan to elevate the dish. Try more vegetarian risotto recipes.
Parsnips need not be confined to the constraints of Christmas Day alone, let them shine all through the winter months. Finish this crisp rösti with caramelised red onions and a harissa-rippled yogurt. Find more parsnip inspiration.
Some dishes are made to nourish you from the inside out and this one does just that. Combining nutrient-rich kale with protein-packed tinned chickpeas and plenty of warming spices, it’s sure to ward off any winter sniffles. Discover more healthy vegetable soups.
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