20 Veganized Versions of Well Known Dishes from Around the World…

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Isn’t it wonderful that all over the world our vegan voice is growing? Once you get the hang of it, swapping out animal-based ingredients for plant-based ones becomes super simple and literally a whole new world of vegan meal possibilities opens up!

In celebration of this we’ve compiled this exciting collection of 20 vegan recipes from around the world. Enjoy!

Gubbröra (Sweden)

Gubbröra is a Swedish dish which when translated means “old man’s mess”. Cashew Kitchen’s vegan version is made with mushrooms and looks so appealing. Click here for the recipe…

French Onion Soup (France)

Wow! This French onion soup with homemade vegan mozzarella from Ashley of Blissful Basil is making us salivate! Bon appétit! Click here for the recipe…

Paella (Spain)

The artichoke hearts are a delicious addition to Crazy Vegan Kitchen’s take on this popular Spanish dish. Click here for the recipe…

Pizza (Italy)

Vegan Richa’s buffalo chickpea pizza with white garlic sauce and celery ranch is the perfect combination of sweet and tangy. Click here for the recipe…

Golabkis (Poland)

Jackie from Vegan Yack Attack has certainly taken both the flavour and the compassion up a few notches with her vegan version of this Polish dish and we love that the addition of a little crushed red pepper gives these cabbage rolls some heat. Click here for the recipe…

Borscht (Ukraine)

We absolutely adore the deep ruby colour of the Ukranian beetroot soup, borscht. Click here for the recipe from Hell Yeah It’s Vegan…

Moussaka (Greece)

This recipe by Isa of Post Punk Kitchen had us at pine nut cream! Click here for the recipe…

Gozleme (Turkey)

Heart of Bianca’s spinach and cheese gozleme looks delicious and sounds so simple to create. Click here for the recipe…

Tagine (Morocco)

This Moroccan inspired garden vegetable tagine by Nutrition Stripped is packed full of veggies and the harissa will flavour this dish beautifully. Click here for the recipe…

Peanut Soup (Africa)

We’re certain that this West African inspired dish by Cookie and Kate will comfort you on a wintery night. Click here for the recipe…

Aloo Gobi (Indian)

Aloo Gobi is an extremely popular Indian dish and while it’s usually fried, this roasted version by Orchard Street Kitchen is totally drool worthy. Click here for the recipe…

Poutine (Cananda)

We agree with Cassie of Vegan Insanity, this poutine, smothered in gravy and cheese, will knock your socks off! Click here for the recipe…

Mac’N’Cheese (USA)

Dana of The Minimalist Baker puts a fantastic spin on this American favourite by adding caramelised onions and…the sauce is made with eggplant! Our minds are blown! Click here for the recipe…

Quesadilla (Mexico)

We’re with Livvy of 86 Lemons, we could live on these quesadillas (and maybe some dark chocolate) for the rest of our lives! Click here for the recipe…

Pho (Vietnam)

There’s something so satisfying about slurping up a big bowl of pho and we love the look of this quick pho created by Sam of It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken. Click here for the recipe…

Sushi (Japan)

We love making our own sushi and this recipe by Nutrition Stripped looks colourful, crunchy and delicious. Click here for the recipe…

Kung Pao Cauliflower (China)

The rise and rise of cauliflower rice has definitely elevated this vegetable to a trendier level and this cauliflower kung pao from Fettle Vegan looks mouth-wateringly delicious. Click here for the recipe…

Carrot Snags (Australia)

Aussies love to barbecue and Aussie vegans throw carrot snags on their barbies! Click here for The Edgy Veg’s recipe…

Shepherd’s Pie (UK)

This lentil and mushroom shepherd’s pie by Veg Kitchen would be totally worth the effort. Click here for the recipe…

Irish Stew (Ireland)

This Irish stew by Debbie of Maple and Spice looks so scrummy. And now that Guinness has gone vegan you can enjoy a beer to wash it down! Click here for the recipe…

What’s your favourite veganized version of one of your country’s classic dishes? Feel free to share in the comments section below!


About the author…

In addition to being the Assistant Online Editor of Barefoot Vegan, Honey Morris is also the creator of Veggie Yum Yums, a friendly vegan Facebook page.
Honey lives with her husband Stu and Ruby the rescue cat, in picturesque Western Australia. They recently built on 2.5 acres in a beautiful semi-rural location and are  passionate about transforming their land into a safe haven for WA wildlife and also, rescuing farmed animals, especially chickens.  Visit her website  for recipes, reviews and hot topics.

Source: Barefoot Vegan Magazine

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