Vegan Frigatelle


Another German veganized recipe!

(makes 10 frigatelle)
80 gr granulated soy, not yet rehydrated
1 / 2 onion, chopped
1 handful of white flour
1 handful of breadcrumbs
spice mix for roasts
garlic powder
olive oil for cooking

Rehydrate soy by boiling it for ten minutes in salted water, then let it cool and squeeze to remove the excess of water.
In a bowl, put soy, onion, flour and bread crumbs (used to give strength and crispness to the mixture), salt and all the spices. Mix well with a spoon, also pressing the mixture to make the soy adhere better to the flour, and make it very compact. Then, take a spoonful of dough and form small vegburgers, “frigatelle”, in fact (in Germany my uncle calls these patties this way!). Cook 2 minutes on each side in olive oil, just enough to make them nice and crispy on the outside. Serve with baked potatoes and salad, I add the inevitable ketchup!
Now I’ll unveil you what is that slice of bread near the frigatelle, but then it is your responsibility to do it and eat it: my Mum invented it, is a slice of bread browned in the oil used to cook the frigatelle! You’ve been warned … 🙂

Chef: TINe from VeganBlog

  1. heidi 16 November 2011 at 06:25

    seems very tasty… a bit greasy but who cares, once in a while!!! And I’ll tell you that I’ll also try your mother’s bread 🙂 then I’ll have salads for a month

  2. EleonoraNW3 16 November 2011 at 19:29

    OMG… they must be sooo good!!! well… I’ve got to do them, I guess 😛

  3. sabrina 19 May 2012 at 00:32

    Actually it’s Frikadelle(singular) and Frikadellen(plural) 😉
    But frigatelle sounds tastier to me. Have to try them soon!!

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