try checking out cookbooks from your local library to see what you like.
the clean eating cookbooks by tosca reno have some pretty decent options. the south beach books and cookbooks have some as well [think tuna or chicken salad served in a tomato or pepper], though some stuff works better served fresh as dinner.
some of my favorites lately are vegan on the cheap by robin robertson, the tassajara lunch and snack one, and the mediterranean vegan kitchen. and you don't have to be vegan to like vegan recipes. i've made the white bean and barley risotto with kale and tempeh without the tempeh as a main for veg and non veg alike and it has been a hit. and you can also do a vegan side dish to a meat main if you wanted to. but the thing i like most about robin robertson and the med. vegan kitchen is that they use regular grocery store stuff. the med vegan kitchen has tofu as the most processed and hardest to find ingredient. and while robin robertson does use meat subs a little more frequently and there are a few more obscure ingredients, she tends to add notes for what you can use instead [ie if you can't find the fancy sauce or don't want to buy a $5 bottle of sauce to use a teaspoon of, you can mix these four common ingredients together to get the recipe done].
-google first. ask questions later.