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What's the star of your veggie Sunday lunch please?

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Howaboutthisone Thu 13-Aug-20 15:59:35

We've been eating more veggie meals the last few months but when it comes to Sunday lunch we tend to stock with beef in the slow cooker. This is fine and we do enjoy it but I'd love to find a veggie alternative that we can enjoy instead. Are there any that you would recommend please?
Thanks!

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PurpleDaisies Thu 13-Aug-20 16:02:29

We often have...
Pies
Veggie wellingtons
Roasted cauliflower
Veggie sausages
Stuffed butternut squash
Nut roast or just a double portion of stuffing

Mumsie007 Thu 13-Aug-20 16:03:02

Lasagne or stuffed peppers

Whatthebloodyell Thu 13-Aug-20 16:04:06

Pieminister or higgidy pies.
Quorn family roast.
Veggie crumble.

SissySpacekAteMyHamster Thu 13-Aug-20 16:06:45

Yorkshire pudding!

I just have loads of different veg, mash, roasties, gravy and lovely yorkies.

If eating out, I tend to go for the Veggie Wellingston or a really nice nut roast.

Howaboutthisone Thu 13-Aug-20 16:12:13

New to this and there are a few I'm not familiar with. Intrigued by a veggie wellington. I do love a Linda McCartney sausage. That could be nice. I was wondering about the quorn roast but wondered also if the sorts of things the shops have in their Christmas food catalogues as veggies alternatives are about the rest of the year too.

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lastqueenofscotland Thu 13-Aug-20 16:37:14

Veggie wellington
Leon have a recipe for a nut roast with Stilton in it and it’s divine

LittleRa Thu 13-Aug-20 16:40:38

My auntie makes a lovely mushroom Wellington but tbh as a PP said, I just like Yorkshire puddings, roasties and mash, and lots of lovely vegetables- done nicely not just boiled to a mush.

PurpleDaisies Thu 13-Aug-20 16:56:04

You can find all sorts now in the frozen sections of most supermarkets. Being vegetarian/vegan is trendy now so it means much better choice.

Ricekrispie22 Thu 13-Aug-20 16:59:25

Waitrose mushroom and nut wellington www.waitrose.com/ecom/products/waitrose-vegan-mushroom-nut-wellington/774988-714256-714257

LunaNorth Thu 13-Aug-20 17:09:31

I have this problem - and it’s made worse by the fact I’m coeliac, so veggie pies etc are out.

I’m not keen on fake meat products.

IHaveBrilloHair Thu 13-Aug-20 17:27:49

www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/recipe_directory/m/mushroom_and_chestnut_puds_with_a_rich_red_wine_sauce.html
I love these, and I'm not veggie.

EvilPea Thu 13-Aug-20 17:30:34

The linda McCartney cheese and leek bakes are great with gravy and roasties.

But I tend to just do loads of veg so:
Roasties
Yorkshire’s
Red cabbage
Kale and leek cheesy bake
Stuffing
Roasted carrots
Suede and carrot mash
Broccoli

WithIcePlease Thu 13-Aug-20 17:37:41

Iceland No bull steak burger is the favourite here with DD at present

TeddyIsaHe Thu 13-Aug-20 17:39:04

Slow roasted celariac, I often make 2 because you can leave one to go cold, slice and pan fry and it’s bloody delicious the next day.

TeddyIsaHe Thu 13-Aug-20 17:40:07

www.riverford.co.uk/recipes/whole-roasted-celeriac

This is the recipe I use

treeeeemendous Thu 13-Aug-20 17:40:22

Last year I ordered quite a few of the veggie Christmas roasts from M&S and Sainsbury's and froze them. It's a shame they don't do them all year round. The M&S ones in particular were great especially the pecan and cranberry thing.

riotlady Thu 13-Aug-20 17:52:19

Veggie sausages, nut roast if I can be arsed making it (which is rare!)

Persipan Thu 13-Aug-20 18:12:15

This cauliflower cake (yes, really) is amazing:

www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2010/oct/02/cauliflower-cake-recipe-yotam-ottolenghi

SissySpacekAteMyHamster Thu 13-Aug-20 20:16:31

@TeddyIsaHe have you got instructions for that, as I'd love to try it as a celeriac virgin.

Howaboutthisone Thu 13-Aug-20 21:09:30

Oo these look great thanks!xx

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