Anjali Lalani is the author of Vegetarian Gastronomy, a  website is dedicated to Vegan, Vegetarian, Eggless Cooking, with many Gluten-free recipes!

She has a passion for cooking and hopes to share her culinary experiences with others through this site. The inspiration for the recipes found on this website comes from a variety of different sources, including dishes her family enjoys, new ingredients and flavors she wants to try, healthy alternatives, accommodating different dietary needs, and moving towards a strictly plant-based diet. Through this site, she hope to inspire others to try new plant-based recipes and cuisines in their own kitchen. 

She hopes you find this website helpful, inspiring, and most of all, delicious! To learn more about Anjali and this site, visit the About page...

Recent Posts

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Crispy Baked Tofu and Kale Salad

You know when you look in the fridge and have that blank “what can I quickly put together for lunch that’s healthy and tastes great” stare? Well that’s exactly what happened with this recipe, and the result was perfect! This recipe was inspired by my 2 year old daughter…yes, it really was! I had 20…Continue Reading »

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The Ultimate Mexican Pizza

It really is the ‘Ultimate Mexican Pizza’! Loaded with all your favorites, easy to make, and so good! I have to tell you the back-story of how I came about developing this recipe. I’ve tried Food for Life brand Brown Rice Gluten-Free (GF) tortillas before, especially since my brother has them at times for his…Continue Reading »

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Mother’s Day Brunch Recipes

There’s nothing that says Happy Mother’s Day like sleeping in and/or brunch in bed. I don’t know about you guys, but my kids are up at 6, and since I work out in the mornings, I typically wake up around 5:15AM.  So, it’s probably accurate to say that I’m always lacking sleep. And as much…Continue Reading »

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Sweet Jalapeno Lemon Cream Sauce

Ever since I became Vegan this past January, many people have been asking me if it’s been difficult, especially since the rest of my family is still Lacto-Vegetarian. Before I changed my diet, I’d say about half of our meals were inherently vegan anyway since we make a lot of Thai and Indian food (Gujarati…Continue Reading »