frankies {mumbai burritos} | no meat may | recipe 7 of 31

If we’re friends, or you just know me from my blog or my socials, you’ll know I’m vegan and I’m very bloody worried about the climate, what we’re doing to the planet and the future we are leaving our children/grandchildren, nieces and nephews/children of our friends {by looking at it that way, we’re including everyone – not just those of us who are parents!}.

The simplest and most immediate thing we can do as individuals to have an effect on climate change {which, to be honest, can feel insanely overwhelming most days!} is to stop eating animals and animal products.

No Meat May sets the challenge to each of us to go a month without meat. This is easy in our home because I’ve been vegan for almost 4 years and vegetarian for about 5 before that. A lot of people I know, however, wonder what on earth they will eat if they aren’t eating meat and dairy. So I decided to share 1 recipe every day for the month.

mumbai burritos/frankies
6 of 31 indian frankies

Three words: curried. mashed. potatoes. Hell to the yes!!

So so good. Full of flavour. Delish! These Indian street food friends are super tasty.  The recipe from Feasting at Home is vegetarian but offers vegan options. So you don’t need to wonder what they are: swap out the ghee for coconut oil or olive oil; in the mint chutney recipe I use coconut yoghurt {but as noted you can use silken tofu}; and avoid honey when making the pickled onions. Oh, and I don’t have kosher salt, but Himalayan rock salt worked just fine!

Don’t be afraid of the fact that this dish has 3 separate recipes. They’re each pretty simple. Make a bigger batch of the chutney and onions, you can store them in your {recycled, reused!} jars in the fridge and eat them with a spoon each time you open the fridge use them for other recipes.

Trust me when I say this: you want ALL THE FLAVOURS!

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Don’t forget to take a photo and tag me {insta @bumpyroadtobubba} if you’re playing along! #veganmjnomeatmay #mj6of31 #nomeatmay #31recipes #veganfortheplanet #vegafortheanimals #veganforthekids #veganforthefuture #easyrecipes #tasty #doitfortheplanet #doitfortheanimals #doitforthekids #actNOWforfuture #challenge #youcandoit

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