5 Vegan-Friendly Delights to Try

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There are plenty of reasons to embrace a vegan-friendly lifestyle, including ethical, environmental or ethereal reasons. To a greater extend, the indigenous Indian cuisine to a larger extend has (bean) vegetarian. On the contrary, veganism is often a misunderstood lifestyle choice. For the most part it is easy to embrace and follow a vegan diet, but an overall lifestyle adaptation to a vegan lifestyle requires effort and attention.

When it comes to vegan food, the Vegan World’s culinary landscape is undergoing a delicious transformation. Veganism is no longer a niche dietary choice; it’s a global sensation, embraced by an increasing number of people who relish the health benefits and flavours that plant-based cuisine has to offer.

With the advent of veganism, restaurants like Paper & Pie, Foo and Oz are innovating to provide delightful vegan dishes that not only tantalize the taste buds but also contribute to a more sustainable planet. Join TheGlitz, as we explore 5 delectable vegan creations that highlight the art of plant-based gastronomy.

Resilient Vegan-friendly Pleasures

Chia Pudding

Vegan-friendly Chia Pudding from Paper & Pie
Vegan-friendly Chia Pudding from Paper & Pie

Indulge in the creamy joy of Chia Pudding, where chia seeds are steeped in fresh coconut milk to create a dairy-free dessert that’s both sumptuous and guilt-free. The addition of fresh fruits offers a burst of natural sweetness, while jaggery and granola add a delightful contrast in texture and flavour, making this pudding a wholesome and tasty treat.

Hong Yu Water Chestnut Wonton with Burnt Garlic

Hong Yu Water Chestnut Wonton with Burnt Garlic from FOO Bangalore
Hong Yu Water Chestnut Wonton with Burnt Garlic from FOO Bangalore

Experience a taste of elegance with rich, steamed wanton dumplings featuring luscious, crisp water chestnut filling. The dish is elevated with a symphony of flavours, including chilli oil, burnt garlic, coriander, and spring onion, resulting in a delightful blend of textures and a savoury, fragrant experience.

Kavurma Pilaf

A culinary masterpiece featuring chickpeas simmered with a medley of peppers, zucchini, eggplant, and tomatoes, all expertly tossed with a blend of butter and olive oil. This delightful mixture is artfully served with Turkish pilaf, creating a hearty and flavorful dish that’s both comforting and rich in taste.

“Not a Chicken” In Chilli Hot Bean

Savour the plant-based goodness in the bold and savoury flavours of “Not a Chicken” in Chilli Hot Bean at Foo, where plant protein is expertly sautéed with shredded onions, Thai red chilli, and ginger. This flavorful creation is enveloped in a tantalising sauce featuring chilli hot bean, oyster sauce, and an array of seasonings, resulting in a spicy and savoury masterpiece that’s entirely plant-based.

Bamya

Banya from Oz Bangalore
Banya from Oz Bangalore

A dish that highlights tender Okra pods cooked over a woodfire with succulent tomatoes. This delightful combination results in a harmonious and smoky flavour that’s a true testament to traditional cooking techniques.

Cover Image: Alexandra Khudyntseva via Unsplash

Where:

Paper & Pie, Indiranagar, Bengaluru

Foo, Brigade Road, Bengaluru

Oz, UB City, Bengaluru

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