“Hey Jude, don’t make it bad, take a sad song and make it better” this song by The Beatles helped me when I ran out of recipes for my aunt. My aunt is a vegan and allergic to a lot of ingredients. I had to go vegan and less spicy for her a week. She heard this song and said “You know, Paul is also a vegan, just like me” where she emphasized on just like me. Therefore, I thought let me make her happy. Hope you liked my vegan recipes, vegan cream cheese and vegan sandwiches, vegan carrot cake and many more. Former Beatles member, Paul McCartney has been a vegan for quite a long time. His former wife was a figurehead of the vegan movement.
Paul looks 10 years younger than his age, I guess that’s how vegan food works. Not only him but many more including Bryan Adams, Ellen DeGeneres, Jared Leto, Jessica Chastain, Samuel L Jackson are working really hard to make people go vegan. Though it’s a difficult to make everybody vegan, these vegan celebs have substitutes for the meat to match their craving despite of their hectic schedule. I am not sure when or whether I’ll go vegan, but let me try something for my aunt atleast. I have planned a little treat for my aunt with everything vegan definitely inspired by all the vegan people and ofcourse the options they have with something like polenta.
Vegan Baked Polenta
Pepper to taste,
2 chopped Onions,
Garlic Salt to taste,
2 teaspoon Olive Oil,
1 chopped Tomatoes,
100 gms Vegan Cheese,
2 Squares Vegan Polenta,
20 gms chopped Coriander,
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano,
1 tablespoon Red Chili Sauce,
200 gms ground Vegan Sausage,
50 gms chopped Mushrooms (Optional).
1. Take 1 teaspoon olive oil and saute in it onions and tomatoes. Now add in salt, ground vegan sausage and mushrooms (optional). Add garlic salt and stir it for a minutes. Set aside.
2. After removing from heat, add red chili sauce. Mix well. Now take a pan and heat the polenta squares with 1 teaspoon olive oil. You can directly bake the polenta squares but I prefer to heat them a bit first.
3. Make a sandwich of polenta with the filling. Add the remaining filling above the sandwich. Sprinkle vegan cheese inside and above the sandwich as shown.
4. Bake for 3 minutes or until the cheese melts. Top with pepper, oregano and coriander. Your little vegan treat is ready.
Sometimes it’s good to enjoy a Vegan Treat!
wow that looks just amazing.
Thank you! Do try the vegan treat 🙂
Great veg recipe idea. Love that animated picture at the end!
Hi, thank you so much. It basically tells the difference between vegan and vegetarian.
It looks delicious!
I’ve never been a fan of polenta, but this pic has me drooling. I need to try for sure!