Restaurant chain Nando’s is launching a vegan version of its famous PERinaise. The PERinaise will be available in the restaurants from 1st January 2020 - right in time for Veganuary.
Although Nando’s is a chicken restaurant, they have been offering some vegetarian and vegan-friendly options for a while. The restaurant chain has some vegan starters and sides on the menu, including the garlic bread and that classic houmous with peri-peri drizzle.
There are two main options available for vegans - Supergreen Burger and a Sweet Potato & Butternut Burger, but all you have to do is to ask without mayo. Starting in January the restaurant will serve them with the new PERinaise instead.
A pot of PERinaise will cost 60p in restaurants, with takeaway options available.
The vegan PERinaise contains water, rapeseed oil, vinegar, sugar, cornflour, salt, apple vinegar, spices (red chilli pepper, African Bird’s Eye Chilli, paprika, white pepper, black pepper), potato protein, thickeners (guar gum, xantham gum, propylene glycol alginate), onion puree, preservative, lemon puree, green chillies, garlic puree, antioxidants (calcium disodium EDTA, ascorbic acid), rosemary extract.
Nando’s says it tastes as good as the original.
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