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Baby Gem Wraps With Butternut Squash. Harry Weir
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5 great vegetarian recipes to try

Try these fantastic meat-free recipes.

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The vegetarian option is no longer an afterthought on Irish menus and in Irish kitchens. There's a huge range of great meat-free dishes you can make at home. Here, some of the country's top chefs have shared meat-free meals you can try for yourself.

Wild garlic and potato soup

From the incredible Seamus Commons of Knockranny House Hotel, this beautiful soup is a woodland walk in a bowl.

Wild Garlic and Potato Soup. Photo: Harry Weir
Wild Garlic and Potato Soup. Photo: Harry Weir

Baby gem wraps with squash and feta cheese

What could be better for a picnic than a salad in the hand? Each of these little morsels truly represents the colours of summer. 

Baby gem lettuce wraps filled with butternut squash, feta cheese, pomegranate and sumac. Photo: Harry Weir
Baby gem lettuce wraps filled with butternut squash, feta cheese, pomegranate and sumac. Photo: Harry Weir

Roast chickpea and cous cous salad

This tasty salad from The Vegan Honeypot, with a fresh tahini dressing, can be made with quinoa or brown rice if you prefer. 

Carrot and walnut pancakes 

These pancakes are quite denseand ideal for brunch. Serve with poached fruit and chopped nuts or lemon curd. 

Carrot and Walnut Pancakes. Photo: Harry Weir
Carrot and Walnut Pancakes. Photo: Harry Weir

Sweet potato and cocoa brownies with peanut butter 

Sweet potato is a naturally sweet vegetablewhich makes it ideal for baking as you need less added sugar. We call these brownies but they are quite a different texture – softer with less crunch since there is less sugar.

Sweet Potato Brownies. Photo: Harry Weir
Sweet Potato Brownies. Photo: Harry Weir

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