Indian Dinner, Convenience-style
Again, this is not a recipe as such, more a guide to ‘accidentally vegan’ products.
India being the home of vegetarianism for thousands of years, its cuisine is a great place to start and it used to be the default position for most hungry vegans! Supermarkets all carry a range of vegan-friendly curries – often side portions – and they can work out cheaper than a takeaway. The main thing to watch out is for added butter, cream, butter ghee, yoghurt and the like! So a bit of packet reading is useful – or else check out the supermarket’s online vegan list or the company groceries website. My Vegan Supermarket also has a few listed!
It’s not just curries either – many Indian snacks, chapatis etc are suitable. Use vegan yoghurt and a nice chutney on the side and you’re away!
Indian and Indian Subcontinent
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