Photos Of Vegetarian Recipes Summer Cooking Ideas

Vegetarian recipes are perfect not only for vegetarians, but also for people who wish to stay fit during the summer. This food is delicious, low in calories, and easy to digest, which makes it quite healthy. We have collected 21 recipes of food that does not contain meat.


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Vegetables are really healthy, but some recipes, like some avocado recipes, are quite time-consuming. If you are hungry, but you do not have much time, try cooking beetroot and feta salad. It is simple, and the whole process takes about half an hour. You will need beetroots (1 kilogram); pumpkin seed (100 grams); feta cheese (200 grams); juice and zest of 1 lemon; rapeseed oil (2 tablespoons); and white balsamic vinegar (2 tablespoons).

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Take a saucepan, pour water into it, then place the beetroots in it, cover the saucepan with a lid, and boil. Cook the beetroots for about half an hour.

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Are you not sure how to check if the beetroots are cooked? Take a knife and poke them. They are cooked when they feel tender. After draining, leave the beetroots to cool. Then take a sharp knife and peel the vegetables. Cut them into slices. Mind that your hands will be stained with their juice unless you put on gloves.

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Mix lemon, vinegar, and oil, and dress the beetroot with the mixture. Now add the pumpkin seeds and feta. One serving contains only 204 calories.

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Beetroot has many health benefits because it contains many vitamins and nutrients. This vegetable is rich in copper, phosphorus, fiber, vitamin C, and iron. It can reduce bad cholesterol, which is responsible for strokes and heart attacks. It also helps to relieve fatigue. If you feel tired, eat beetroot, and it will boost your energy.

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It can boost your brain power, which is advantageous disregarding your age. This vegetable also has antioxidant, detoxification, and anti-inflammatory properties. Add this vegetable to your diet and stay healthy!

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