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3 Vegan Dishes to Add to Your Mobile Food Truck Menu June 7, 2018

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3 Vegan Dishes to Add to Your Mobile Food Truck Menu, Brooklyn, New York

From moral responsibility to health restrictions, many people are opting to abstain from consuming animal products in favor of a vegan diet. With the emergence of mobile food trucks as a popular grab-and-go dining option, there’s even more reason for business owners to include vegan items on their menus to reach a wider customer base. If you own a vegan food truck or want to expand your current offerings, below are three flavorful recipes to try.   

3 Awesome Vegan Recipes for Mobile Food Truck Businesses 

1. “Sausage” Sandwiches

Hot dogs and sausage sandwiches are popular offerings in many mobile food trucks throughout the country. To put a vegan spin on the food truck staple, replace beef- or pork-based links with vegan varieties. To elevate the flavor profile of the sandwich, pair the grilled vegan hot dog or sausage with sauerkraut, tart onions, fresh cucumbers, sliced tomatoes, and celery salt. You can also add buttery vegan cheese on top to make the fare more decadent. 

2. Tempeh Tacos

Brooklyn-New-York-mobile-food-trucksIf you want to put tacos on the menu, replace the traditional ground beef, chorizo, chicken, pork, seafood, or steak filling with tempeh. Made from deep-fried fermented soybeans, tempeh contains no traces of animal protein but is just as filling and flavorful as meat-based dishes. After sautéing the plant protein on the stove top, place it in a vegan tortilla. Roasted vegetables, such as sweet corn, green pepper, onion, and tomato, will complement the nutty, earthy flavor of the tempeh. 

3. Pizza Rolls

If you want to include pizza on the menu, bite-size versions of the comfort food are easy to prepare in mobile food truck kitchens. First, prepare vegan dough and pull apart sections no larger than the size of a biscuit. After rolling out the dough into small circles, pour marinara sauce on each and then sprinkle them with vegan mozzarella and fresh vegetables or vegan pepperoni. Let the pizza cook in the oven until the cheese starts to bubble and the crust turns golden brown.

 

If you want to start a food truck business or improve current operations, reach out to the professionals at Shanghai Mobile Kitchen Solutions in Brooklyn, NY, for help. The company is a one-stop shop for high-quality mobile kitchen products for more efficient food preparation. The team will also provide useful information for choosing where to park to generate the most business. To learn more about mobile food truck products available in New York, as well as Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina, call (800) 253-4815 or visit the company online.   

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