Whether you live to travel or simply love to taste food from all over the world, these 20 vegan street food recipes are sure to inspire you!
Taste the world’s cuisines from the comfort of your kitchen with these 20 vegan street food recipes. There’s something for everyone, from finger foods to full-on dinners. Why not give some a try?
Mexican Vegan Street Food
Nachos are the ideal Mexican snack and sharer, and their popularity knows no bounds. These ones taste great homemade vegan cheese sauce and cauliflower walnut taco meat.
Taste the vibrant flavours of Mexico by filling these crispy tacos with all sorts of plant-based goodness. With choices of salsa recipe, you can adapt them to your tastes, too.
American Vegan Street Food
If you’ve never tried this American favourite, now is your chance. The popular dippers are relatively easy to make and are definitely worth the effort of frying.
So perhaps these aren’t the healthiest options, but they sure taste great on a cheat day or when you’re craving some comfort food. The three different grilled cheese recipes will leave you spoilt for choice!
Indian Vegan Street Food
Equally good as snacks, starters or part of a shared main meal, these onion bhajis are seriously moreish. They require no special ingredients, although you might want a spiraliser to save you the tears of slicing the onions!
There’s no frying required for these delicious stuffed dumplings. Instead, you stuff them with spice, peas, potatoes and peanuts, then bake them in the oven until they’re a lovely golden colour.
Italian Vegan Street Food
Pizza – the Italian street food staple. This recipe makes a beautiful pizza crust in 20 minutes, and it can be soy-free and nut-free as well as vegan. Sounds incredible, if you ask us!
These crispy arancini balls are a great snack, best made when you have leftover risotto to use up. Filled with vegan mozzarella and rice, they are great for dipping! They can also be gluten-free if the right breadcrumbs are used.
Japanese Vegan Street Food
Making sushi might seem daunting at first, but this step-by-step guide makes the process much easier. And sushi is packed with iodine, Vitamin A, magnesium and potassium, so it has health benefits too.
This low-fat, vegan take on the traditional Yakisoba is much better for you and tastes awesome. And the best part? You can make it in 30 minutes, which is quicker than most takeaway delivery services!
Chinese Vegan Street Food
If you’re feeling adventurous, show off your cooking skills by crafting these beautiful vegetable buns. Once you have the texture of the dough right, everything else falls into place.
Maybe you’re skeptical about tofu, but this sauce is tangy enough to add flavour to even the blandest substance. It’s also refined sugar-free, making the whole dish healthier than traditional sweet and sour.
African Vegan Street Food
According to this blog, every country in Africa has its own range of fried plantains. Try out this essential African appetizer in a mere 35 minutes, pairing them with peanuts or serving them as a side.
These black eyed pea fritters are traditionally served alone, with a side of starch like porridge, with a kaani dip or in a burger. Experiment with the flavours and textures to find what you prefer!
English Vegan Street Food
You can’t really get much more British than this! Tofu is used to replace the actual fish, with the nori maintaining the classic taste of the sea. Serve with piquant tartare sauce, salt and malt vinegar.
Try a vegan take on the ‘national dish of Cornwall’ with this exciting recipe. It tastes just as good without the beef and turnip, and has a slightly curried feel, making it a perfect warming dinner.
Spanish Vegan Street Food
Indulge yourself in this glorious Spanish starter, especially as this version is lighter on the calories than the traditional recipe! That’s all the excuse we need.
Easily prepared in large quantities, this recipe is great for gatherings and get-togethers. Simply adjust the spices to your own personal taste, fry everything together and prepare for a tasty, filling meal.
Polish Vegan Street Food
Making these from scratch can be time consuming, but the result is definitely worth it! They are delicious served with cashew sour cream and homemade sauerkraut, along with fresh salad and/or roasted root veg.
These Polish baguette pizzas are topped with fried vegetables and covered in grated vegan cheese. Make your own ketchup for the fully homemade touch, and top with chopped spring onion. Yum.
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