Alkaline – Vegan Sausage Patties. A most amazing Vegan Italian Sausage Patty. It is so delicious, and healthy! Give it a try, and you will be amazed.
So, if you're seeking a vegan sausage that resembles the texture and mouth-feel of the real thing, it's not this recipe. What this recipe does have is that delicious. These sausage patties are simple and quick to throw together, and frequently find themselves on a plate with pancakes on warm Saturday mornings at my house. You can cook Alkaline – Vegan Sausage Patties using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Alkaline – Vegan Sausage Patties
- It’s of Spelt flour.
- It’s of Red onions.
- Prepare of Chopped mushrooms (no shiitake mushrooms).
- It’s of Cooked chick peas or quinoa.
- It’s of Grape seed oil.
- You need of Sea salt, cayenne pepper, fennel (season to taste).
They also go nicely on a toasted English muffin with a slice of fried tofu, melted vegan cheese and mustard. Vegan sausage patties are so good even your meatiest meat-eater friends will be fighting over the last one. Make with soy sauce, liquid smoke, vegetable protein, and maple syrup, these vegan sausage patties are perfect for any brunch or breakfast spread. Serve these with all of your breakfast favorites.
Alkaline – Vegan Sausage Patties step by step
- Blend / Pulse blend ingredients into a clumpy mixed blend. Season mix.
- Make patties and coat with spelt flour.
- Place patties in lightly coated skillet of grape seed oil and cook on medium heat until browned and thoroughly cooked. Enjoy!.
Recipe: Vegetarian "Sausage" Patties. by Christine Gallary. These patties start with simmering lentils with some garlic and onions. While the lentils are cooking, brown mushrooms, which add moisture and a savory flavor, are buzzed in a food processor. Vegan sausage can be formed into patties and baked or pan-fried (pan-frying being our favorite) or crumbled and cooked in the pan for a quicker, less fussy option. For those who are oil-free, the patties should cook up nicely in a non-stick pan or be baked on parchment paper, although a bit of oil does.