No-Meat Loaf

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Yesterday I found the tofu frankfurters and I bought them, intrigued 😛 when I got home, I found out that my mum was preparing a very cruel meatloaf, then I decided to challenge her with mine, not cruel at all…

Who will win?

1 aubergine
1 can of kidney beans
1 / 2 bread roll
bread crumbs
extra virgin olive oil
yeast flakes
1 tofu frankfurter
bay leaves

Cut the aubergine into small cubes and fry them… in a blender, process the beans then add aubergine, garlic, breadcrumbs, parsley, salt and blend … add half a bread roll, previously soaked in water and squeezed, and yeast flakes, and blend again; if it isn’t enough firm, add more bread crumbs and mix… already at this point, it gives off such a nice aroma … Now, on a sheet of baking paper, sprinkled with a little flour, roll the mixture out and lay a layer of spinach, with olive oil, garlic, nutritional yeast and the frankfurter … and holding it with the baking paper, roll it and close it well … place it in a baking pan with 2 bay leaves (necessary) and bake for forty minutes at 200°C, or, better, you decide, based on your oven! Remember to turn it half-way …
It just tasted of meat-loaf … maybe I haven’t had it for a few years, and I can’t remember the taste … but eventually my mum agree with me, that if any carnivore had eaten it, he wouldn’t have realized that it’s vegetable! eh eh 😛

However, since there was an article about vegetarians in the newspaper which said that meat is bad and should not be eaten, my dad doesn’t think I’m crazy anymore! Now, how many years will it take to admit that everything else is bad? … let’s wait …

Chef: LaSarda from VeganBlog

  1. heidi 14 June 2011 at 07:08

    oh – ho
    that’s great! I’ve got to try this one as soon as I can

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