5 Innovative Jain Versions Of World Cuisine

by Kritika Kukreja
by Kritika Kukreja 1334

Let’s face it, the Jains are taking over the world with their unique and innovative food preparations. They might not be involving any meat, or even onions and potatoes in their dishes, but they sure know how to make it yummy! Jain food now has a global reach and they’re spiking up regular dishes into Jain ones. Here are 5 versions of International dishes that are converted quite marvelously by the Jains –

1. Crystal Dumplings – The Fatty Bao, Kamala Mills

Starting with a grand item from South-East Asia, these dumplings are perfected by the Jains at The Fatty Bao in Lower Parel. Along with that, you can also try out the Jain versions of Coconut Palm Panna Cotta and Baked Wonton Cups at the restaurant.

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Address: 2A, Ground Floor, Trade View Building, Oasis Complex, Near Gate No.4, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013
Approx cost: ₹320+

2. Chipotle Burrito – 1 Above, Kamala Mills

Your healthy dose of veggies comes with the Chipotle Burrito at 1Above in Lower Parel. With read beans and sour cream wrapped in a tortilla. It comes with a slight spicy glaze along with some ice berg chips.

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Address: 1402, Ganapatrao Kadam Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400013
Approx cost: ₹325+

3. Theory’s Barley and Edamame Risotto – Trade World, Kamala Mills 

Making their way towards Italian cuisine, this no garlic risotto is yet another creation from the Jains. It is prepared with Barley along with mascarpone cheese, red chilies, edamame and served with jalapeno chutney. 

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Address: Trade World, Tulsi Pipe Road, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel
Approx cost: ₹385+

4. Taipei Aromatic Miso Milk – Shizusan Shophouse & Bar, Lower Parel

The Taipei Aromatic Miso Milk will give you Taipei feels like no other. It has the goodness of broth, udon, wakame and tofu. It might be the Jain version, but its still healthy AF!

Also read: Try The Most Expensive Pizza In Mumbai At Kode, Lower Parel

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Address: Skyzone, High Street Phoenix, SB Marg, Lower Parel
Approx cost: ₹295+

5. Penne Arrabiata – Light House Cafe, Worli

The Jain spiked version of the Penne Arrabiata pasta is available at Light House Cafe in Worli. It is loaded with veggies and sprinkled Parmesan cheese. 

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Address: Sunville Banquet building, Annie Besant Road, Worli
Approx cost: ₹390

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