For my birthday dinner my mum decided to make a vegan “meat stew” recipe which turned out amazing! Because it turned out so good and isn’t the type of meal i usually
make and so there aren’t many recipes like this on my blog i thought i would share it as it shows how you can veganize pretty much anything. And like mentioned before, i don’t make so many “actual” dishes as i live on my own and have just a student budget for food i.e not alot of variation, so it’s nice when i get a chance to eat different meals like this from time to time and maybe this is more inspiring for those who want to eat vegan but don’t love eating lots of vegetables and beans!
Vegan “meat stew” recipe. 4 port. (We tripled this to make dinner for 10 people)
1 package oumph (garlic and thyme or plain). Note, can use jackfruit or other soy filet/chunks or seitan.
1 jar mushrooms (c.a 110g)
4 carrots (cut into small pieces)
2tsp mushroom soy
2 tsp mushrrom broth
200ml white wine
100g pickled onion
Oil to fry and salt and pepper
&Potatoes (either mashed or boiled)
& red current jelly
Fry the oumph and onion in oil in a pot until the onion has softened and the oumph has gotten some colour. Add the mushrooms, carrots, pickled onion, wine and water and let cook for c.a 30 minutes with the lid on.
Add the mushroom soja, broth and oat cream and add salt and pepper to taste.
Mean while boil potatoes – and eat boiled or mashed.
Boil the peas 5-10 minutes before serving.
Original recipe from HERE.