Prashad, Kaushy Patel
Indian and Sri Lankan recipes from the Bradford restaurant that made Gordon Ramsey think twice about vegetarian food.
Plenty, Yotam Ottolenghi
Still the go-to book for interesting flavours and salads, but with some hard-to-come-by ingredients
World Vegetarian, Madhur Jaffrey
Tons of recipes, basics and comfort food but sadly no pictures. No pictures!
Terre a Terre, Amanda Powley and Philip Taylor
The cookery book from the amazing restaurant in Brighton
Dough, Richard Bertinet
My baking bible. I could not bake bread until I saw Bertinet on Saturday Kitchen, and now (as long as I’m not using old yeast) I get perfect bread every time.
Momofuku, David Chang
Features a lot of meat, but there are some good veggie recipes hidden in there, and as I recommend with my Vegetarian Kimchi post, you can make substitutions. Great for pickle recipes.
Noma, Rene Redzepi
A gorgeous book, with lots of vegetarian and vegan dishes. I’d say I usually just look at the pictures as the cooking is probably beyond me, but from time time I find something that can inspire regular cooking.
Jerusalem, Yotam Ottolenghi
Featuring a ton of interesting veggie recipes and takes on middle eastern classics.
Felicity Cloake’s perfect blog - not veggie, but with lots of perfected veggie recipes. I’ve tried many including carrot cake, patatas bravas, chocolate chip cookies, garlic bread and egg fried rice.
Veggie Num Num - an interesting blog with plenty of vegan options.
White Rabbits and Hungry Habits - scrummy cakes and other indulgences from food blogger Emma Attenborough.