1. Grilled Mushrooms and Capsicum Soft Tacos
Tex-Mex food is ideal for creating meat-free family meals. These fajita-style wraps team grilled capsicum with mushrooms, corn and our special taco seasoning for a delicious DIY assembly. Get the recipe here.
2. Stuffed Capsicum with Couscous and Herb Oil
Capsicums are an excellent source of vitamin C which makes them a great addition to your diet in summer when oranges are not in season. Here, we've filled them with a fluffy couscous mixture that's tossed with charred broccolini and shallot and finished it off with a drizzling of garlicky herb oil. Get the recipe here.
3. Beef Fajitas with Red Capsicum and Sweetcorn and Tomato Salsa.
Grab the sombreros and maracas and be transported to Mexico with these spice-filled beef fajitas. The beef is coated in traditional Mexican spices and then flash-fried in a pan. Pop it on a tortilla with some aioli and refreshing corn salsa, wrap it all up and devour! Get the recipe here.
4. Roasted Stuffed Capsicum with Spiced Couscous
Stuffed vegetables are a common appearance in Middle Eastern cooking and here we use sweet red capsicums as a vessel which are not only packed with vitamin C, but are at their peak during the summer. We've filled it with a fragrant lemon and cinnamon couscous which makes this dish substantial and satisfying. Get the recipe here.
5. Haloumi and Charred Capsicum Burgers with Sweet Potato Wedges
Could this be the best meat-free burger? With golden slices of haloumi, sweet and smoky capsicum, tangy relish and fresh rocket, plus generous wedges of roasted sweet potato on the side, we reckon so. Get the recipe here.
6. Broccoli and Capsicum Pizza with Pesto and Almonds
This vegetarian lover’s pizza features a crispy base, basil pesto sauce and generous chunks of broccoli and capsicum, so it’s good for the family as well as moreish. Simply scatter with peppery rocket, toasted almonds and chilli flakes for the adults for even more reasons to dig in. Get the recipe here.