As the title implies you could probably throw in ground vegan for the main ingredient, but the best results area obtained from using vegetables and spices as a base… not necessarily herbivorous humans.
This is a simple recipe to follow. If you have a food dehydrator then you can turn them into veggie patties, otherwise they’ll be sloppy joes.
So, here it is…
*Vegetables (primarily onions and mushrooms)
*Spices of your choice (see below for a deliciously faux-meaty blend)
*Tamari (Or any other salt)
You can use any combination of vegetables BUT onions and mushrooms are the most important. Fresh onions and garlic are the best combination. You can skip any others… If you’re not much of a veggie person.
You can use any spice combo really. The most important is Cumin Seed Powder, Garlic, Black Pepper, and Paprika Powder.
Adding in Garam Masala gives it a very rich flavor. I never make patties without it. You can optionally substitute Garam Masala with Chinese 5 Spice.
*4 Tablespoons Garlic Granules
*4 Tablespoons Onion Granules
*1 Tablespoon Ground Black Pepper
*1 Very Heaped Tablespoon Garam Masala
*2 Tablespoons Cumin Seed Powder
*3 Tablespoons Paprika Powder
*2 Tablespoons Chili Flakes
*Chop up the vegetables
*2 Cups Ground Flax
*1+ Cups Hemp Seeds
**Mix Together Then Add…
*3 Cups Water
*1/2 Cup Tamari (Or salt to taste)
*1 Cup Coconut Oil
*5 Tablespoons Vinegar (Coconut Water Vinegar, or Apple Cider work well)
**Mix Until Thick and Pasty.
(If it doesn’t thicken and get pasty then add more water and ground flax.)
At this point they’d be raw vegan sloppy joes.
*Spread on Platters
Dehydrate until they’re your desired consistency… Give & enjoy!
– Raw patties after dehydrating overnight