Indian Takeaway Dinner

Indian Takeaway Dinner

India is the traditional home of vegetarians so it’s no coincidence that Indian food has long been popular amongst vegans. Before the rise of veganism and more options in mainstream pubs, restaurants and cafes, Indian restaurants were often the main source of eating out for we ‘vegetableists’! Many restaurants offer a vegetarian or even a vegan thali or just a list of veggie main courses and side dishes – ask the waiter to ensure your choices are vegan – they should have an allergen menu list. The vegetarian versions are usually easy to ‘veganise’ eg leave out anything cooked in butter ghee or omit the yoghurt and repace naan bread with chappatis.

As well as every Indian restaurant having a fairly extensive ‘vegetable sides’ and other vegetarian foods, there are more and more pure vegetarian businesses in the UK now and even a few vegan ones – London, Leicester, Manchester and many more places – a quick search on My Vegan Town or Yelp or Happy Cow will give you some pointers!

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