Delicious vegetarian meal ideas for your wedding catering
Having vegetarian meals at your wedding can be a little tricky. It’s generally easier
when you are catering for your non-vegetarian guests. Catering for your vegetarian
guests is often more challenging and involves a little more creativity.
It is important that your vegetarian dishes complement your meat dishes, so that
they don’t look out of place. A vegetarian dish is not simply a plate of overcooked
vegetables or a soy substitute. There are so many creative and delicious meals out
there. Don’t let your vegetarian friends feel like they are missing out. They shouldn’t
feel jealous as they peer over at their neighbors’ dish.
You could serve your vegetarian guests simply salad and side dishes, but let’s try
and make the culinary experience a little more riveting for your vegetarian guests.
Here are some exciting vegetarian dishes to makes your vegetarian guests’ mouths
- Parmesan and rosemary shortbreads with sun-dried tomato and basil.
- Buttery, flakey pastries, flavored with salt and rosemary, and topped with juicy sundried tomatoes and feta. Full recipe available here.
- Porchini mushroom tartlets.
For an elegant and sophisticated snack, which will tantilize your vegetarian
guests’ taste-buds. Thanks to Food&wine
Roquefort cheesecakes with balsamic pears.
The combination is a marriage made in heaven. Find it here.
- Tomato and Watermelon Gazpacho. Kitchenkonfidence
- Camembert and apple salad. bbcgoodfood
- Tomatoes with wasabi mascarpone and pine nuts. sbs
Vegetarian Main Courses
- A Balsamic onion tart with goat cheese and thyme. Love&oliveoil
- A wild mushroom stroganoff with basmati rice or noodles. This is of course an old school favorite with the earthy complexity of wild mushrooms. spicemountain
- Butternut squash ravioli with sage browned butter. theorganickitchen
- A heartwarming chunky root vegetables and creamy butter beans topped with a savory cheese crumble. allrecipes
- Fried Halloumi cheese with lime and caper vinaigrette. Deliaonline
For side dishes you could have crushed baby potatoes in their skins with
butter and chives; parmesan and thyme oven chips; baby summer
vegetables: green beans, chantenay carrots, sugar snap peas, garden peas,
asparagus tips, spring onion bulbs, and broccoli florets in lemon vinaigrette;
griddled courgettes and rocket in lemon oil; or a mango and spiced chickpea