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Yes, it’s here the one day of the year where vegetarians rule, the world over. We take time out to celebrate a diet that doesn’t include meat with some vegetarian food recipes for gourmets created by some top chefs.
As more people embrace vegetarianism and movements such as raw food increase, many people are seeking to reduce or eliminate meat from their diet. No matter what the reason there is no need to let creativity in the kitchen suffer.
We mark World Vegetarian Day with a selection of ten recipes created by prestigious chefs to highlight the vegetarian capacity of haute cuisine as well as the beauty and simplicity of cooking with vegetables.
So if you’re looking to impress some non-vegetarian friends or simply enjoy the finer things in life and practice your culinary skills have a look at this line up of fine vegetarian food recipes. Even the most hardened of meat eaters will forget they’re meat free. From the beautiful simplicity of Mauro Colagreco's pan fried wild mushrooms and Cracco's white truffle on tagliolini to horseradish croquettes from Ernesto Iaccarino there's a twist on the everyday and a treat for all on this meat free autumnal day.
Happy World Vegetarian Day.
Chef Mario Batali, prepared this exclusive dish at Identità New York. Switch out the chicken broth for a good quality vegetable stock and you have one unforgettable vegetarian soup.
Chef Mauro Colagreco, from Mirazur restaurant in France brings us this beautiful creation perfect for autumn.
Chef Marco Stabile has transformed this classic Tuscan recipe into something quite unusual. This dish is sure to be a dinner party talking point.
If you love aubergine parmigiana this one from Chef Andrea Provenzani in Milan is the dish for you.
This is no ordinary pasta dish from Chef Mario Batali, with black chickpeas and black garlic it's a great chance to try out some unusual ingredients.
Chef Davide Scabin prepared this iconic Italian dish at 'Live From Milan' at Fuorisalone. If you don't eat anchovies you can always leave them out.
If you can nail this dish from Chef Claudio Sadler from Milan you'll know about it. Done right this tortellini is a delicate balance of sweet and savoury and absolutely delicious that will have everyone asking for more.
This unusual risotto hails from Chef Carlo Cracco from Cracco restaurant in Milan showing you just how creative you can get with vegetarian food.
White truffles and taglioni need little introduction and Chef Carlo Cracco adds a chefs touch.
Ernesto Iaccarino, Italian chef at the 2-Michelin starred restaurant Don Alfonso 1890 came up with this unusual and unique dish with horseradish and jasmine flowers.
If you're hungry for more, take a look at some more of our vegetarian recipes.