How to Cook a Vegan Thanksgiving Dinner
How to cook a Vegan dinner, a Thanksgiving meal.
It’s a meal I’ve had in the past, but have never been able to make it myself.
This is a recipe that I’ve tried several times, and I’ve been able the time and the space to make.
This recipe uses all of the spices, vegetables, and herbs that you’ll need to make this vegan dinner, and also includes a few easy tricks to help you cook it to perfection.
If you have a stove top, you can even add in some vegetables and a few spices, too.
I made it as a vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner, so I think it would work great as a vegan Thanksgiving dinner as well.
I’ve got all of my spices in this recipe, including the ground cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg.
The spices and vegetables are all roasted in the oven, and then the meat is simmered for a few minutes in the vegetable broth.
The spices, spices, and vegetables go together very well with a delicious meal.
In a way, it’s a vegetable soup, and it’s perfect for a vegan dinner.
Vegetarian Thanksgiving Dinner Ingredients 2-3 cups of the ground spices 1/4 cup of the vegetable stock 1/2 cup of roasted carrots 1/3 cup of ground ginger 1/8 cup of dried red onion 1 cup of water 1/6 cup of chicken stock 1 tablespoon of lemon juice 1 teaspoon of garlic powder 2 tablespoons of salt 1/5 cup of chopped parsley 1 tablespoon ground cloves (optional) Directions Add the ground cinnamon, cardomom, ginger and nutmegs to a food processor.
Pulse until a fine powder is formed.
Add the garlic powder, salt, and spices, mix.
Add the chicken stock, lemon juice, spices and broth.
Pour into the pan, and stir to combine.
Pour into a rimmed baking sheet.
Bake for about 20 minutes, until the meat and vegetables have reached the desired tenderness.
Let the meat cool for 10 minutes before carving.
Dice up the veggies, and serve warm with some toasted walnuts and a sprinkle of cilantro.
You can serve this on a side of couscous or with a baked sweet potato.
Make ahead tip: I usually serve this in the morning, but you can serve it right after you’ve eaten your dinner.
I just like to make sure I have some leftovers to make a big pot of rice for lunch.
Happy Thanksgiving, and stay healthy!