A Tasty Vegan Braai Day with Fry’s

Words: Jess Spiro

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Fry’s Family Foods was started in a home kitchen by a family of vegetarians. The company, which prides itself on its superior range of meat alternatives, takes great care to ensure that all the ingredients used are of the highest quality and are from trusted sources. With Fry’s, you get all the flavour of meat but none of the saturated fat, cholesterol or heaviness that you feel after eating meat plus you’ll feel good for making a better choice for your own health, the welfare of animals and the environment. Using a blend of grains and legumes with only natural flavours and spices, the foods are not only non-genetically modified but are also naturally cholesterol free and high in protein. They also taste great!

By eating less meat you can improve your own personal health, the health of the planet and the animals that inhabit it. With Fry’s, it’s not just what they put into our food that makes it good, it’s what they leave out. There really is no limit to the wonderful way eating vegan can make you and other beings around you feel. With the weather starting to perk, it’s time to dust off the braais and light those coals. Think your vegan braai choices are limited? Well, they aren’t – thank to Fry’s! We’ve put together some incredible recipes perfect for slapping on the coals when summer is well and truly here.vegan_frys_chicken-style_burger_1000x679Frys_Chicken-Style-Burgers


What is a braai without a burger? This recipe is a hearty and soulful take on a classic and is even more delicious with the addition of Fry’s Chicken-style Burgers. We love the braaied mushrooms in place of a hamburger roll, which helps boost the overall smoky and grilled flavour of the dish. GET THE RECIPE.


Fry’s Golden Crumbed Schnitzels are perfect for the braai. This clever little dish sees them all wrapped up in a homemade flatbread and drizzled with a spicy Sriracha mayo. You won’t be able to stop at one. GET THE RECIPE.



Feel like you need to kick up the heat a little? Well, the Fry’s Korma Curry Pieces will be right up your alley. We love the body (and spice!) they add to this Cape Malay-style curry, and they work perfectly alongside the charred apricots. GET THE RECIPE.



There’s something about a kebab that makes us all feel like a kid again, and these – made with Fry’s Thick Cut Chunky Strips – are no different. A sweet, sticky marinade caramelises and crisps in all the right places, too, making these practically irresistible. GET THE RECIPE.





Read more about the amazing impact veganism has on the environment HERE. Download a free Fry’s Plants on Fire recipe bookIt’s packed with delicious recipes to make your next braai, your best one yet.
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