Here’s How to Make 5 of Gordon Ramsay’s Signature Dishes, Vegan

Those who keep up with the mouth-watering—and highly dramatic—world of competitive food television have likely heard of Gordon Ramsay, the celebrity chef and restaurateur who is known as much for his truculence as he is for his food.

Whether he’s roasting amateur home cooks on his Twitter or calling the contestants on his various television shows a bunch of “idiot sandwiches”, there’s a reason people keep coming back to Chef Ramsay for more. In the end, his food is just that good.

If you’re a fan of Chef Ramsay but don’t eat animal products (such as meat, dairy, or fish), don’t worry. You can still try out some of his recipes at home. Here, five vegan interpretations of Chef Gordon Ramsay’s signature dishes.

Mushroom Wellington from Delicious Every Day

Mushroom Wellington from Delicious Everyday

1. Mushroom Wellington

Flaky, hearty, and chock full of delicious layers—think sweet, caramelized onions and hearty, herbaceous mushrooms—this take on Chef Ramsay’s classic Beef Wellington dish by Nicole from Delicious Everyday is sure to be a hit with any dinner party guest.

2. Risotto

Who doesn’t love the luxurious, velvety profile of a perfectly-cooked risotto? Tuck into this creamy, vegan Mushroom Risotto by Alison from Loving it Vegan whenever you’re ready for some serious mindful indulgence.

3. Yorkshire Pudding

Yorkshire Puddings are essentially richer and extra-savory renditions of the classic dinner roll, which makes them the ultimate comfort carb in our book. Check out this recipe by Sophie Godwin for BBC Good Food for the perfect vegan iteration of the Sunday dinner staple.

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4. Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin season never dies—and after tasting this recipe for creamy vegan Pumpkin Soup by Whole Living Lauren, you’ll happily ride the pumpkin bandwagon all the way through winter. If you want to make it even more like Chef Ramsay’s original recipe, try topping the soup with some fried wild mushrooms.

5. Vegan Butter Chicken

Vegan Butter Chicken sounds like an oxymoron twice over. However, with the help of a little coconut milk and a dash culinary creativity, Jessica in the Kitchen has managed to make a totally cruelty-free recipe for the comforting, vibrant dish.

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Caitlin L
Caitlin L2 months ago

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Mely Lu3 months ago

Thank you for sharing the recipes.

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Barbara S3 months ago

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JoAnn Paris3 months ago

Thank you for this very interesting article.