Luxury Vegetarian Food

London restaurants are serving these vegan delights that you can easily make at home!

Vegan recipes have marvelous health benefits and provide essential nutrients to the body. These are nutrient rich and boost your energy; prevents blood pressure and some common heart diseases, as well as promotes weight loss, and keeps your skin clear and vibrant.

Did you know that the foods you eat regularly are mostly vegan? You probably never gave a thought to this, but plant based foods are the available everywhere.

There are plenty of vegan food choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or for snacking. In fact, these days there ae many cities around the world that offer a plethora of exclusive vegan cuisines. One such a popular city is London where veggies are spoilt for vegan foods with top restaurants serving 100 per cent meat-free dining. London’s best restaurants are letting vegans enjoy sushi, burger, burrito, beetroot and sweet potato curry, chocolate fudge cake, and more.

Popular restaurants like Farmacy, Mildred’s, Vanilla Black, Manna, Ethos, The Gate, Nama, Amico Bio, Tibits, Jai Krishna, Club Mexicana, Grain Stone, and more are making vegan eating a delight such that you will never miss not eating meat again!

Here are some amazing vegan recipes – interesting in composition and very easy to make. Choose these smart and friendly, vegan food choices for your next meal:


Stir fried tofu

A great source of protein; tofu is a major ingredient in a vegan’s diet providing the much required nutrients in recipes that essentially calls for eggs and meat. A good way to obtain the maximum protein from your recipe is to take some tofu chunks and fry them lightly in oil and soya sauce. Toss them up with your choice of vegetables such as beans, carrots, onions, peas, cabbage, zucchini, and eggplant. The lip-smacking delicacy and absolutely healthy recipe can be served with a cup of organic rice or brown rice. Whether it is for lunch or for dinner, stir fried tofu with vegetables and served over rice can fill up even the hungriest of appetite!

Cold cereals and fruit

If you are craving for something sweet and vegan, in one cup of soy milk, add a bowl of cheerios or cocoa beans or cocoa krispies. Use any of your favorite fruits here such as raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, and more. Add a fistful of cashew nuts and raisins, and you have a great desert ready! Just use your imagination to fill up your bowl of soy milk and enjoy being vegan!

Acai berries and fruit smoothie

For those looking to sip into an awesome fruit smoothie, here’s what you can try. A native Brazilian fruit, Acai berry is rich in antioxidants and tastes great. Blend a handful of these berries along with some fresh or frozen foods. Add some ice and blend again until smooth. Top your glass of this cool refreshing drink with slices of your favorite fruits and a hearty drink is ready.

Curried Kale salad

Kale, as we all know, is a great ingredient especially for salads. Raw and super healthy green Kales is a must have on the shopping list of a vegan. Just de-stem the curly kale leaves and in a bowl mix together shredded carrot. Add one part each of soy sauce, lemon juice, cloves, and olive oil. Mix well. Add some powdered cumin and coriander as a dressing. You have a clean and green, delicious, simple snack with whole lot of nourishment ready in just under ten minutes!

Chocolate pudding

The classic cocoa pudding is loved by all. Vegans can enjoy the desert which is easy to make. Mix 3 tablespoons of cocoa in 2 cups soy milk. To this add 5 tablespoons cornstarch, ½ cup powdered sugar, and 1 tablespoon vanilla to a smooth mixture. Pour the mixture in a baking dish and cook it in an oven at medium heat for several minutes. Chill this in the fridge before serving.

These are some easy recipes that will satisfy as veggie lover’s cravings. In London, vegan restaurants serve these and even more amazing treats for you to enjoy!


From an early age Rick would rather pick up a carrot than a sausage. Not a vegetarian, but would like people to think he was.

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