They are also looking for vegan pizza tasters too.
Veganuary is here and with this comes brand new vegan delights. This time in the form of pizza. Plant-based pizza pioneers, Veganizza, has now opened in Glasgow, just in time to kick off the month dedicated to trying a vegan diet.
Despite lockdown looming, you can still savour Veganizza’s pizzas as they have now launched on Deliveroo and even have bake at home kits available for next day delivery across the UK. Choose from eight sourdough, meat-free pizzas with all the toppings made from scratch, including a selection of handmade, in-house vegan cheeses. You can even select some creative yet cruelty-free toppings like vegan Gorgonzola, pepperoni, ‘nduja and Tuscan sausage.
Veganizza, located just off Buchanan Street, has their own vegan take on a classic Margherita which is topped with a signature San Marzano tomato & basil sauce, stacked with vegan buffalo mozzarella, balsamic heritage tomatoes and basil. If you’re looking for a pizza with even more innovative toppings, there’s Veganizza’s beetroot pizza which includes pumpkin cream, balsamic chilli beetroot, plant-based goats’ cheese, rocket and toasted pumpkin seeds.
Other veggie-loaded pizzas on Veganizza’s menu include blistered red pepper and roast aubergine, plus one topped with vegan Gorgonzola, Rioja pears and walnuts. And if you are missing the meat, don’t worry, as Veganizza have some plant-based alternatives available, with the potential to lead avid meat-eaters into temptation. Choose between Veganizza’s white sauce-based pizzas, like ‘nduja or sea salt and black pepper chicken, or their tomato based ones, such as pepperoni or truffle mushroom and Tuscan sausage. Plus, you can customise your pizzas with a selection of vegan dips, ranging from blue cheese Sauce, garlic ranch and hot sauce.
But that’s not all. Veganizza also offers a selection of indulgent sides, small plates and desserts to go alongside their vegan pizzas. Their sides include blue cheese and pear salad, spicy maple sriracha cauliflower wings, as well as a selection of dough balls like ‘nduja, garlic with truffle aioli and triple cheese. Not full yet? Veganizza has got your sweet tooth covered too. For a real sugar rush opt for the ice-cream cookie sandwich, or for those who prefer a richer dessert, the custard dough balls can only be described as creamy goodness wrapped in delicious dough, these are then dipped in cinnamon sugar for extra indulgence.
You can order Veganizza on Deliveroo from the 4 January 2021 and their Bake at Home kits are coming soon. Plus, Veganizza is need of some tasters and is calling all Glasgow vegans to get involved as the pizza restaurant is giving away 40 free pizzas as part of their launch. Head to their Instagram post to find out more.
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Veganizza, 90 St Vincent Street, G2 5UB