Stuffing is a known cooking technique. It involves making a mixture of different ingredients and then putting it inside another food item, such as a turkey. However, vegetarians do not eat turkey. So making some stuffing shouldn’t be a problem for them, right? Well, not so. During Thanksgiving, vegetarians can settle for the stuffing without the turkey. And if anything, they can always use a squash instead of the bird. Furthermore, stuffing goes well with bread, tortilla, cheese, or by their lonesome. And it is called for by other recipes too.
Have your stuffing with a lovely cooked lunch ……yummy
Here’s a great vegetarian stuffing recipe that you can try:
- 1 lb. bread
- 1 can cream of mushroom
- 1 can vegetable broth
- 2 tbsp. water
- 1 tsp. seasoning
- 1/2 cup cooked wild rice
- ground black pepper
- Mix all of the ingredients together. The resulting mixture is going to be sticky. Try to make it look like a loaf and then wrap it with a foil. Bake for 1hr at 350F or 175C.
- Slice the stuffing like you would a meatloaf. Serve as is.
Additionally, you can make this recipe extra special by adding more veggie ingredients into it. Aside from wild rice, you can also put in some fresh mushrooms, dried cranberries, cubed apples, and chopped pecans. When all of these ingredients are added to your stuffing, you’ll definitely bake the best one ever.
- You can also throw in any other ingredient of your choice. Experiment with the recipe until you come out with the best.
- This stuffing recipe is also perfect as a bread substitute. You can top it with melted vegetarian cheese and a few more veggies like red bell pepper and lettuce. With this recipe, there’s nothing to keep you now from enjoying Thanksgiving, even without the turkey. Your stuffing would taste just as great. Who says anyone needs turkey for Thanksgiving?
Thanks to BBC for the picture!