10 Easy Vegan Street Food Recipes to make at home

Are you looking for new vegan street food recipes that you can make at home and enjoy with friends? These easy recipes are perfect for those nights when you don’t feel like cooking.

These recipes are easy to make and delicious, perfect for vegans and non-vegans alike.

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Vegan Tacos

  • Make your own tortillas.
  • Make your own salsa.
  • Use vegan cheese or sour cream for the guacamole (or you can use both).
  • Use beans, meat and vegetables of choice for tacos!

Vegan Cheese Stuffed Potato Balls

Whether you’re making these for a casual dinner party or just want to impress your friends with a delicious snack, these vegan cheese stuffed potato balls are sure to be the hit of the night. Just make sure you have enough for everyone!

Also known as aloo chaat in India, these crispy little bites are often served with chutney and tamarind water, but they’re also amazing just on their own. You can add other herbs like cilantro or mint if you’d like. If you don’t eat dairy then simply leave out the cheese or find another vegan substitute. It’s easy to customize this street food recipe so that anyone can enjoy it!

Vegan Potato & Corn Samosas

Samosas are a popular street food from India and other parts of Asia. They’re crunchy, savory filled pastries with a side of dipping sauce.

To make these vegan samosas you’ll need about 20 minutes and some ingredients that can be found in any grocery store or health food store. You’ll also need to have access to a deep fryer or deep pan for frying.

Vegan Potato & Corn Samosas
Vegan Potato & Corn Samosas

In general, when making any sort of pastry filled with vegetables or meat you want to keep the filling moist so it doesn’t dry out while baking. One way I like to do this is by adding some vegan yogurt (soy yogurt works well) into the mix alongside fresh herbs like cilantro and mint leaves with spices such as turmeric, black pepper and garam masala which all compliment each other wonderfully! The result will be flavorful bites bursting full of Indian spices but still light enough not too overpower your palate so you can enjoy it plain as well!

A little bit goes a long way here so don’t worry if your finished product isn’t picture perfect because they still taste amazing even when they look less than perfect 🙂

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Eggplant Sliders

  • Eggplants are a great source of fiber.
  • Eggplants are a good source of vitamin C, folate, potassium and magnesium.
  • One cup (140 grams) of eggplant supplies about 5% DV for vitamin C, which helps maintain healthy gums and teeth, supports the absorption of iron from other foods we eat and maintains skin health by enhancing collagen production (collagen gives structure to our connective tissues).

Cauliflower & Mushroom Buns


  • 1 large cauliflower, chopped into florets
  • 1 cup mushrooms (any kind you like), sliced or diced
  • Seasoning: cumin, coriander, turmeric, salt and pepper to taste. You can use any combination of these spices you want! How much you add will depend on how strong of a flavor you want. A general rule is that the amount of spice should equal the amount of vegetables you’re using (so if your cauliflower is 2 cups and your mushrooms are 1 cup then halve the amounts listed below). Also add any other ingredients like garlic powder or onion powder as well as other seasonings like curry powder for more flavor!

Directions: Heat oil over medium-high heat in a skillet; add cauliflower & mushroom mixture along with seasoning mix – stir until evenly coated with oil (about 10 minutes). Move food around occasionally if needed so nothing sticks/burns to bottom surface while cooking throughly before removing from heat source when done baking at 350 degrees F for 15 minutes or until golden brown on top (check every 5 minutes). Remove pan from oven & let cool slightly before slicing into strips which should resemble buns once cut open horizontally down middle vertically sliced side; serve hot with vegan mayo sauce if desired for dipping sauce etcetera…

Kati Rolls (Indian Street Food)

Kati rolls are a traditional Indian street food that can be found in most places with a large Indian population. They’re made of paratha flatbread, which is stuffed with vegetables and/or paneer (Indian cheese), topped off with chutneys, and served alongside a mint sauce or tamarind sauce.

Kati Rolls

There are many ways you can prepare kati rolls at home. You can make your own paratha for the flatbread by following this recipe for vegan Paratha Flatbread from Vegan Richa. You can also buy premade parathas from a local indian restaurant, or simply use any store-bought roti instead of making your own! I recommend serving these rolls cut into bite-sized pieces so that everyone gets to try all the different fillings inside!

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Pulled Jackfruit Sandwiches

Jackfruit, which comes in various forms, is a tropical fruit that has been gaining popularity. It looks like a large green or yellow heirloom tomato and its taste is similar to pulled pork.


Jackfruit can be sliced and marinated like meat before cooking it; it can also be used raw in recipes like salads or sandwiches.


As with any other sandwich, this one can be eaten on its own or as an accompaniment to soup or salad for lunch or dinner. You could even try wrapping up some coleslaw inside for extra crunch!

Brown Rice and Vegetable Masala Pav (Indian Sliders)


  • 1 cup of rice, cooked
  • ½ cup chopped cauliflower, boiled and mashed
  • 2 medium potatoes, boiled and diced
  • ¼ cup peas (fresh or frozen)
  • ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder (haldi)


  • 1 tomato, chopped finely
  • 4 cloves of garlic, minced finely
  • ½ inch ginger piece minced finely
  • 1 green chili pepper/to taste/desired spice level; minced finely…

Spicy Tofu Dumplings

These vegan dumplings are quick to make and a crowd-pleasing appetizer. They’re also easy to transport, meaning you can take them to a potluck or party instead of buying food from a restaurant on the way there.

They’re also versatile: you could add other vegetables like spinach or cabbage for extra nutrients, use different types of noodles (soba noodles are good!), or add some tofu if you want more protein.

Smoky Eggplant Pita Sandwich with Tahini Dressing

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Slice the eggplant into strips about 1/4-inch thick and toss in a bowl with oil, lemon juice, garlic, cumin, paprika (to taste), parsley, salt and pepper (to taste). Spread out onto prepared pan. Bake for 20 minutes until lightly browned.
  • While the eggplant is cooking make the tahini dressing by combining tahini paste with water until it reaches desired consistency (about 1 tablespoon of water for each tablespoon of tahini) whisking together until smooth before adding one clove of minced garlic and sea salt to taste along with black pepper or cayenne pepper if desired depending on how spicy you like your food!

We hope you enjoyed this list of easy vegan street food recipes, we are sure that you will find something on here for everyone. We would love to hear about your favorite recipe in the comments section below!

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