The 5-Ingredient Vegetarian Cookbook

Create quick and hearty vegetarian dishes with just 5 ingredients

Simple vegetarian meals can be quick, budget-friendly, and full of flavor. This vegetarian cookbook shows you how, with tasty recipes that require just 5 ingredients and only a few steps to prepare. For full-time vegetarians or home cooks who just want to add more meatless meals to their rotation, this vegetarian cookbook helps build a repertoire of easy plant-focused recipes the whole family will love.

  • Fresh, flavor-forward recipes—Find a wide range of dishes to try, from classics like Cheesy Baked Ravioli to new favorites like Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Tahini, Pomegranate, and Feta.
  • Minimal ingredients—Every recipe uses no more than 5 ingredients (excluding salt, pepper, and oil), and features whole foods that are affordable and easy to find.
  • No experience required—These recipes include clear instructions that help ensure success and speed, so they’re suitable for people who’ve never done much home cooking or vegetarian eating before as well as those who are more experienced.

Whip up satisfying vegetarian delights with ingredients you can count on one hand.

Paige Rhodes is a blogger, food writer, content creator and culinary master. During culinary school, she discovered her love for sharing useful and delicious recipes with others. She has a passion for cooking food with wholesome, quality and seasonal ingredients that support a well-balanced lifestylehttps://www.mymoderncookery.com/blackberries-and-thyme-dumplings/

Book Review:

Are you interested in Vegan cooking and need help? This cookbook is a great beginning book with easy to follow directions and layout that beginners or busy cooks will love. Layout beautiful with clear pictures – you will be on your way to clean healthy eating. So grab this cookbook and start cooking and check out this authors blog for more great recipes and pictures . Lisa

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