Aloo Gobi is a popular vegetarian dish from the Indian subcontinent, specifically from the Northern region of India. The name “Aloo Gobi” comes from two Hindi words, “aloo” meaning potatoes and “gobi” meaning cauliflower, which are the main ingredients of the dish.
Vegan Food In London Being a vegan in London is a foodie’s dream come true! With an endless array of vegan-friendly eateries, there is something for every taste and budget. One of the best things about being a vegan in London is the sheer variety of vegan restaurants and cafés available. From fast food chains […]
What are Momos? Momo is a type of South Asian dumpling, which is native to Tibet, Nepal, and the Northeastern regions of India. The exact history of Momo is difficult to trace, but it is believed that they were first created in Tibet several hundred years ago. Tibetan nomads would travel to other regions with […]
Butternut Squash in Vegan Curry If you’re looking for a delicious and nutritious vegan meal, look no further than Baked Butternut, Chickpea & Apricot Curry. This flavorful dish combines the sweetness of roasted butternut squash and apricots with the savory richness of chickpeas and a variety of aromatic Indian spices. Butternut squash is a versatile […]
Coconut and Mushroom Curry is a popular vegetarian dish in Indian cuisine that combines the earthy flavors of mushrooms with the rich creaminess of coconut curry. This dish is perfect for those who want to add more plant-based meals to their diet, too. Coconut and Mushroom Curry is typically served with steamed rice or Indian […]
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.