(1). Hansa's Indian Vegetarian Cookbook by Hansa Dhabi
Dhabi's Leeds restaurant is a top choice for northern veggies, and this book contains some of her very best Gujarati recipes.
2. Café Paradiso Cookbook by Denis Cotter
Denis Cotter's first, and best, cookbook takes its name from his much-lauded restaurant. His imaginative dishes make it a tasty buy for all food lovers.
3. Cook Your Own Veg by Carol Klein
This book by the presenter of Gardeners' World is just the thing for allotmenters, with a wealth of seasonal vegetarian recipes and advice on tending your veg patch.
4. Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi
If you've visited one of Ottolenghi's delis, you'll know the strength of the Israeli chef's cooking. Here he eschews meat and turns his expert hand to a 100-recipe vegetarian cookbook.
5. Food for Friends by Jane and Ramin Mostowfi
With a focus on fresh produce, sharing and seasonality, Jane and Ramin bring their 30 years of experience running Brighton's landmark restaurant, Food for Friends, to your table.
6. The Vegetarian Option by Simon Hopkinson
Another one for veggies and non-veggies alike. Hopkinson's book is organised by ingredients and has everything from cauli cheese to oeufs mollets à l'indienne.
7. Accidental Vegetarian by Simon Rimmer
Rimmer - the chef behind Manchester's premier vegetarian restaurant, Greens, and a confirmed meat eater - offers a host of veggie recipes designed to please carnivores' palates.
8. Eat Vegetarian by Sam Stern
Stern is only 20 and he's already written four cookbooks. Eat Vegetarian is his latest offering and is organised into sections on Chinese, Mexican and Indian food.
9. Classic Vegetarian Recipes by Rose Elliot
Rose Elliot has authored 60 vegan and vegetarian cookbooks and even has an MBE for services to vegetarian cookery. Here she collects 75 of her best-loved dishes.
10. New Vegetarian Kitchen by Nicola Graimes
Organised by cooking method, (steaming, simmering, frying, baking, grilling or using raw produce), Graimes' book is a paean to the versatility of vegetables.