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Gnocchi with Quorn and veg recipe

Gnocchi with Quorn and veg recipe

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This is a low fat and high protein dish that I've made up with the contents of my fridge. I used quorn but feel free to use chicken if you want.


Surrey, England, UK

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 1 tablespoon rapeseed or other cooking oil
  • 1 onion or 2 shallots, minced
  • 1 carrot, minced
  • 1 stick celery, minced
  • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • 1 red pepper, sliced
  • 1 red chilli, finely chopped (optional)
  • 250g to 300g Quorn, cut into cubes
  • butter or spread (optional)
  • 1 handful mushrooms, chopped
  • fresh parsley or other fresh herbs, minced
  • lemon juice
  • salt and pepper
  • 350ml vegetable stock
  • 1 (300g) tub low fat cottage cheese
  • 1 large handful spinach or watercress, or a bit of both
  • 1 (500g) packet gnocchi (plain or mushroom gnocchi)
  • truffle oil (optional)
  • chilli flakes (optional)

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:30min ›Ready in:45min

  1. Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a heavy pan or casserole on a medium heat.
  2. Add onion, carrot, celery, garlic, red pepper and fresh chilli (if using), and sweat these down until soft but not brown, about 10 minutes.
  3. Add quorn or chicken and continue to cook on a lower heat for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add butter (if using) and mushrooms, parsley and a squeeze of lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Continue cooking for another 5 minutes then add the stock and about 3/4s of the cottage cheese (reserve the rest of another use). Stir and simmer gently for 5 to 10 minutes. Add spinach, turn off the heat and cover to keep warm.
  5. In the meantime, heat a large pan of salted water and cook the gnocchi according to packet instructions.
  6. When everything is ready, check seasoning. Layer the gnocchi in a bowl, drizzle truffle oil over them, then ladle the rest of the ingredients on top. Sprinkle with chilli flakes if desired and serve.

Tip

You can use cooked chicken instead of Quorn if you don't want a vegetarian dish.

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Favourite vegetarian recipe?

We have dramatically reduced our meat intake from twice a day most days to 2-3 times a week.
DH mentioned he was happy not eating meat at home so I am thinking of cutting meat out of our weekly meals completely. I need some more meal ideas though!
I usually make a veg curry, veg salad, lasagne, enchilada, halloumi, halloumi, halloumi. Not a massive fan of beans so bean chillis are not for us.
Would love some new ideas please!

Risotto? Veggy pasta dishes (there are hundreds of options)? Toad in the hole with veggy sausages? Pizza? Stuffed peppers/ mushrooms? Wraps with seasoned veg (roasted or fried), tofu, guacomole, sour cream? Stir fry?
Try googling 'what do vegetarians eat for dinner?' for recipe inspiration! DH recently became vegan and I had no idea what to cook, so typed 'what do vegans eat for dinner' into google to get some ideas.

Thanks. I have looked on pinterest but it mainly comes up with curry.
I usually do stuffed peppers with chilli inside. could try a veg mix instead.

Very trad, but one of (non veggie) dh's absolute favourites is a macaroni/cauliflower cheese combo. Plenty of very cheesy sauce, al dente cauliflower, extra cheese and breadcrumbs on top, whack under the grill to brown. I always add any of the fresh-enough green leaves, not just the 'flower'.

I love that recipe so much.

Currently we eat tacos pretty often.

Korean dishes with a meat substitute like Seiten or quorn beef strips - bulgogi or bibimbap.

Sushi with tamago, avocado, cucumber etc.

Aubergine curry, lentil dal, saag aloo

Noodle soup wagamama style (with veg and hardboiled egg)

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Dd is the veggie in our house and doesn’t like eggs and is allergic to Quorn which makes it a bit trickier

It depends on how you feel about meat substitutes but we use Quorn mince/chicken style pieces in many recipes that traditionally call for meat. Cottage pie, fajitas, etc.

Lentils are really tasty and bulk out a curry nicely too

Also we love Linda McCartney pies, which go great with vegetables, mash and gravy

It's great that you are eating less meat. The planet and it's animals thank you for it

And I know it's Halloumi, this is beautiful, and you could maybe have it without the Halloumi
thecookreport.co.uk/cashew-nut-curry-halloumi-broccoli/

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Mushroom (use milk not stock)
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Hugh fearnley whitiingsrsll Veg Every Day is very good.

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  • Plain flour - also called all purpose flour, this is the kind of flour you'll need for the pastry. You cannot use self raising flour
  • Butter - I used unsalted butter, if you use salted butter then omit the pinch of salt from the recipe. Or you can use a baking spread like Stork, I've had great results making this pastry with Stork
  • Eggs - I used large eggs for the pastry, if you only have medium that's ok. You may find you need to add a small splash of water or milk to the pastry if it doesn't quite come together
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  • Garlic - fresh garlic is always preferable, but if you’re short on time you can use a ready made puree or frozen garlic too
  • Quorn pieces - I am a big fan of Quorn products and I use them a lot. The pieces are great for substituting chicken in many recipes. If you don't want to use them, then swap for mushrooms or extra firm tofu
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  • Double cream - this creates a gorgeous silky sauce to envelop the other ingredients
  • Salt & vegetable oil - basic ingredients that you've no doubt already got in the cupboard. Salt enhances the flavours in this recipe and the oil is great for cooking the leeks

To start, make the pastry by rubbing the butter into the flour using your fingers. Then add the egg, and bring together into a dough. Wrap in cling film and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Then make the filling, cook the leek and garlic together until soft, then add the Quorn pieces. Next add the herbs, stock cube, double cream and salt, cook together for 5-10 minutes, then set aside to cool

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Using a little egg wash, stick the lids to the pies, use a fork to crimp the edges and cut two small slits in the top with a sharp knife. Brush the tops all over with egg wash and then bake.


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Vegetarian food ideas?

I know you have probably read this type of thread loads of times but I'm really stuck for vegetarian options. I use quorn a lot in curries, pasta, casseroles, stews but I really don't know what else to cook. Can any more experienced vegetarians recommend me something really yummy please?

I live on quorn and smoothies. If I want a pizza I buy just a cheese one and add pineapple myself. I need some inspo.

Have you tried YouTube, there are lots of vegan channels that have good recipes.

I’ve been vegetarian for 20 odd years and have hardly used quorn
Favourites here
Quesadillas with mixed beans and courgette
Various pasta/gnocchi dishes
Panned/chickpea/mixed veg/ lentil curries
Mixed bean chilli
Home made bean burgers
Bean stew
Stir fries
Bubble and squeak
Stuffed mushroom/courgette
Imam biyaldi
Jacket with various fillings
Roast veg and chickpeas with hallumi

I like Jack Monroe’s carrot, cumin and kidney bean burgers.
I occasionally eat Quorn but prefer veg, bean or pulse based dishes.
If I make a chilli I just use beans and veg.
A stir fry I just do usually veg, with rice noodles and a sauce then top with either omelette strips or cashews.
I also enjoy a big stew of root veg and butter beans.
Loads of stuffed vegetable options, mushrooms and peppers really easy just fill with cous cous, herbs veg and top with cheese.
Falafel in pittas make a nice lighter meal. Plenty of falafel in the supermarket but I recommend th3 Sainsburys recipe for baked BNS falafel. Also a bit healthier.
Fritata with lots of veg

We eat quorn sometimes but I prefer not to have more than the odd meal based around it. We eat lots of curries, veg casseroles and bakes, bean and veg chili etc but if you're looking for something different to one pot type "wet" dishes maybe try:

Quiche, frittata, various tarts. They can be served with potato and veg for a more hearty meal or with salad if you just want something light.

Other ideas:
Stuffed peppers
Fajitas
Various veggie burgers eg bean burgers, mushroom & halloumi burger
Flatbread pizzas
Veggie lasagnas/cannelloni/aubergine parmigiana (need vegetarian substitute for the Parmesan) etc
Gnocchi
Risotto

There are lots of good sites for ideas and I recommend creating a Pinterest board to save recipes and pictures for inspiration. Oh but if you do then be prepared to lose an hour or more just browsing stuff .

Veggie for 20 years and never eat quorn.

Buy a good cook book, Anna Jones or Hugh FW.

Go on good food, their vegetarian section is fab.

Sorry in a rush now or I'd post links to our last couple of weeks meal plans.

There is LOADS of fab food out there. Good luck.

I'm no longer vegetarian but we only eat meat 2-3 times a week. Vegetarian meals this week are sweet potato tacos, roasted veg in tomato sauce with spaghetti, mushroom stroganoff and vegetable stir fry with tofu and rice noodles. If you like mushrooms this recipe is one of my favourites

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Ooohhhhh thank you so much

I'm going to make some of these recipes they sound very yummy thank you. I'm so hungry now