Malai Kofta is an classical Indian which highlights the Mughal influence into native cuisine. We reverse engineered the dish to make it 100% Vegan and with a focus on sustainability.
Railway curry is a huge historical significance as it was created to serve the British Raj. We are proud to have turned it upside down by creating a new vegan classic and serving it the Punjabi way.
Learn about the amazing supergreens saag aloo by V-GIYAN. This is packed with vitamins and brings a whole lot of green to your palette.
Baingan masala is a must for aubergine lovers. Packed with nutrients,our veganized version of this classy and historical Indian dish has proven to be a real winner.
Ever wondered if dal makhani is vegan? well if it wasn’t, it is now. Learn about V-GIyan’s pioneering 100% plant-based take on this classic Indian dish.
This traditional dish features fried pakoras served in a tangy yoghurt-based curry. Not only is it delicious, but it also has great cultural significance. Kadhi is a traditional Indian dish that has been enjoyed for centuries. It’s believed to have originated in the northern state of Punjab, but it’s now enjoyed throughout other parts of the world.
One of the great things about Indian cuisine is that it is very adaptable, so vegans can easily modify non-vegan dishes by replacing meat or dairy with plant-based alternatives. Whether you are looking for a hearty stew or a quick snack, Indian cuisine has something to offer for every palate!
Tikka masala has become an iconic dish in the United Kingdom, loved by many as a tasty and filling meal that can be enjoyed by meat-eaters and vegans alike. In fact, according to a survey conducted by the Meatless Farm Company, Tikka Masala is the number one dish in the UK for Meat-Free Day!
Learn about the health benefits from the key spices used in Punjabi food.