21 Meat Alternatives You Should Be Cooking With

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1. Cauliflower

Roasted Cauliflower and Farro Salad

Roasted Cauliflower and Farro Salad Cookie and Kate /cookieandkate.com

Roasted Cauliflower and Farro Salad

General Tsao's Cauliflower

Rachel Carr /rachelcarr.com

General Tsao’s Cauliflower

Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Julia Jolliff /acedarspoon.com

Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Christmas Cauliflower Steaks

Selva W. /poppiesandpapayas.blogspot.co.uk

Christmas Cauliflower Steaks

Why use it: Cauliflower is fibrous and provides a complex texture to give a dish substance, and soaks up marinades and spices to give your meal a full and hearty flavour.

What to do with it: Grill it, bake it, or sauté it in curry spices and marinades. You can opt to leave it in its original shape or mash it into a patty.

Get the recipes:

Roasted Cauliflower and Farro Salad

General Tsao’s Cauliflower

Curry Roasted Cauliflower

Christmas Cauliflower Steaks

2. Wild rice

Naosop Wild Rice Meatballs

Ella /pureella.com

Naosop Wild Rice Meatballs

Naosap Wild Rice Burgers

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Naosap Wild Rice Burgers

Wild Rice No-Meat Loaf

Wild Rice No-Meat Loaf Ella /pureella.com

Wild Rice No-Meat Loaf

Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pistachio Stuffing

Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pistachio Stuffing Alex Overhiser /acouplecooks.com

Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pistachio Stuffing

Why use it: A serving of Naosap wild rice offers 7g of protein and 12% of your daily fibre, and when used as stuffing or to create meat-like cakes adds a filling consistency to your meal.

What do with it: Create fillings for casseroles, stuffed vegetables, and wraps, or use it as the base for a dough to create burger patties, balls for pastas and subs, and loaves.

Get the recipes:

No-Meat Balls

Naosap Burgers

Wild Rice No-Meat Loaf

Roasted Acorn Squash with Wild Rice Pistachio Stuffing

3. Beetroot

Goat Cheese and Beet Pizza

Goat Cheese and Beet Pizza Matthew Ivan /platingpixels.com

Goat Cheese and Beet Pizza

Veggie Sliders

Veggie Sliders Sarah Yates /ahouseinthehills.com

Veggie Sliders

Beet Tartare

Beet Tartare Rachel Carr /rachelcarr.com

Beet Tartare

Golden Beet and Roasted Red Pepper Sandwich

Golden Beet and Roasted Red Pepper Sandwich Port and Fin /portandfin.com

Golden Beet and Roasted Red Pepper Sandwich

Why use it: It’s high in fibre and detoxifying – the benefits of using a beetroot-based sandwich filling will provide rich nutrients for your system.

What to do with it: Use slices on pizzas and sandwiches, combine with other veg into patties, or create elegant Beet Tartare appetisers. Combine your beetroot with a serving of protein to get the most out of your meal.

Get the recipes:

Goat Cheese and Beet Pizza

Veggie Sliders

Beet Tartare

Golden Beet and Roasted Red Pepper Sandwich

4. Avocado

Open-Faced Power Breakfast Sandwich

Open-Faced Power Breakfast Sandwich Monique /ambitiouskitchen.com

Open-Faced Power Breakfast Sandwich

Vegetable Sushi Bowl

Vegetable Sushi Bowl Alex Overhiser /acouplecooks.com

Vegetable Sushi Bowl

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