I've already started by swapping my extra lean mince for the Quorn alternative, which works out much cheaper for me and I notice no difference to the quality or taste of my chilli and bolognese. I've also used Quorn 'chicken' bits for my fajitas as when they are covered in seasoning you really can't tell the difference.
This 'conversion' of sorts (I will never call myself vegetarian and surrender the chorizo or bacon) has made me take particular interest in recipes that don't include meat but still pack plenty of flavour and taste. I'm not really a confident cook and have no idea where to start as meat has always been the main part of my meals growing up. I'm also pretty lazy, which is an issue. I prefer to dedicate an hour to batch cooking and then no more than half an hour when I get in chucking it all together. This is pretty hard to do when I'm trying to include more fresh vegetables into my diet.
Luckily, I happened to stumble across Amuse Your Bouche and she is a little bit of a genius and my recipe book is now full of recipes to try. She also seems to have a strong love for Mexican food, which makes me love her even more. All of the below recipes are taken from her fantastic site and I highly recommend you visiting her website if you are trying to include more veggie dishes in your diet.