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The Essential Vegan Indian Cookbook: 100 Home-Style Classics and Restaurant Favorites (Paperback)
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Spice up your menu with vegan Indian recipes
Indian cuisine is packed with delicate flavors, savory spices, and hearty vegetables, making it ideal for vegans and veggie-lovers. This Indian vegan cookbook is an essential guide for cooking up traditional plant-based delicacies and restaurant classics with a vegan twist. Whether you’re looking to expand your palate or find animal-free alternatives to your favorites, you can create authentic Indian food at home with expert guidance and mouthwatering recipes.
Use this complete vegan Indian cookbook and enjoy:
- An Indian cooking primer—Discover traditional cooking techniques, vegan substitutions, and money-saving shopping tips.
- A complete shopping guide—Learn which staple spices and vegetables to keep on hand to ensure you always have the necessities for cooking delicious Indian food.
- Diverse recipes—Cook regional favorites and traditional dishes from all across India, like Eggplant Lentil Curry, Tofu Saag, and Cauliflower Tikka Masala.
Create classic dishes and discover new favorites with the Essential Vegan Indian Cookbook.
About the Author
PRIYA LAKSHMINARAYAN hails from Mumbai, India. She resides in Orlando, Florida, with her husband Kartik and their dog Joey. She is the creator of the award-winning vegetarian and vegan food blog Cookilicious and her recipes have been featured on BuzzFeed, the Feed Feed, Smart Indian Women, Honest Cooking, and Redbook.
“Priya's knowledge of the wide variety of Indian dishes shines through this book. I love that she shares the history of the recipes while connecting us with our beautiful heritage. Her vegan ghee is brilliant!” —Archana Mundhe, blogger at Ministry of Curry and author of The Essential Indian Instant Pot Cookbook
“This is a great cookbook for vegan lovers. Indian food often includes ghee, paneer, and yogurt on a daily basis, which can sometimes become difficult to veganise if you don’t know the right substitute. Priya has decimated a section just on that, which I found very helpful. The book covers everyday Indian basics to some interesting fusion fun food too. You will thoroughly enjoy cooking the dishes!” —Kankana Saxena, author of Taste of Eastern India