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Vegetarian Recipes for the 9 Days – and Beyond

Green couscous with mint pesto (above) is among the many meatless dishes we’ve gathered from our food section — a sumptuous sampling of our favorite vegetarian main courses, salads, sides and soups.


Chickpea pizza with harissa and spinach Image by Molly Yeh

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Artichoke Stew With Farro

Asparagus Tart With Brie

Chickpea Pizza With Harissa and Spinach

Mayim Bialik’s Dilled Chickpea Burger With Spicy Yogurt Sauce

‘Covenant Kitchen’ Onion Tart

Garlic Tofu Kebabs With Tahini Dipping Sauce

Janna Gur’s Georgian Eggplant Rolls With Walnut and Herb Filling

Leah’s Corn and Eggplant Pashtida

Molly Yeh’s Baked Falafel

Ottolenghi’s Brussels Sprout Risotto

Vegan Cholent for Next Shabbat

Tempeh Veggie Burger With Sliced Avocado

Tofu With Apricots, Olives and Almonds


Paris-inspired spicy carrot salad Image by Gayle L. Squires

Paris-inspired carrot salad (above).

Artichoke Parmesan Salad

Fresh Zesty Dandelion Salad

Golden Beet and Mushroom Salad

Ilan Hall’s Cucumber Salad

Kale Caesar Salad With Polenta Croutons

Ottolenghi’s Fig Salad With Radicchio and Hazelnuts

Paris-Inspired Spicy Carrot Salad

Roasted Beet Salad With Preserved Lemon

Snap Pea Salad With Basil-Mint Dressing

Spinach Salad With Strawberries and Feta

Spring Seasonal Composed Salad


Tomato-basil couscous Image by Molly Yeh

Tomato-basil couscous (above).

Crunchy Quinoa With Sweet Potatoes

Green Couscous With Mint Pesto

Grilled Portobello Mushrooms

Indian Scented Cabbage

Labneh With Tomatoes, Pesto and Tapenade

Roasted Red and Yellow Pepper Dip

Tamar Adler’s Fried Artichokes

Tomato-Basil Cousous

Wild Rice With Roasted Peppers & Candied Almonds


Cheryl Sternman Rule’s cold yogurt soup with cucumber, herbs and rose petals Image by Ellen Silverman

Cold yogurt soup with cucumber, herbs and rose petals


Cold Yogurt Soup With Cucumber, Herbs and Rose Petals

Lentil Soup

Potato-Fennel Soup With Browned Onions

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