Inspired by the thought of a BLT and a PHILLY steak, I thought of this mixture. Its hard to find something to eat on a sandwich when you’re eating a vegan diet. Unless you just want peanut butter and jelly all the time. So here’s a hot yummy sandwich that tastes oh so sandwichy.
4 sandwiches worth
*1 large onion sliced long
*1 green pepper chopped in chunks
*1 celery stalk, chopped small
*3 Tablespoons of imitation (soy) bacon bits
*1 Tablespoon of Garlic powder
*1 Teaspoon of black pepper
*2 pinches of salt
*1 Tablespoon of spicy mustard or dijon
*1 Tablespoon of vegan (without anchovies) Worcestershire sauce
*Bread of your choice (F. Y. I – wheat is plant based, white is not)
*Water as needed
*Condiments of your choice. Veganaise and ketchup is delish
HERE’S A HOMEMADE VEGAN WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE:
Step 1: Slice onion, celery, and pepper and put in a skillet with no oil. Add garlic powder, black pepper, and fry them up on medium heat for about 5 minutes. Add a little water if they are sticking when stirring.
Step 2: Add bacon bits, blending well, and about 1 Tablespoon of water and cook mixture until everything is soft, about 10-15 minutes. Keep stirring and add a little water if necessary to keep mixture from sticking to skillet.
Step 3: Add spicy mustard and stir until blended.
Step 4: Add Worcestershire sauce and stir until well blended and cook until all liquid is absorbed. Add salt and stir, put on simmer, no lid, just to keep hot.
Step 5: Toast your choice of breads and add a little Veganaise and ketchup to top and then some of the cooked mixture to the bottom. Slap together, cut in half, and go to town.
* I used an Orowheat sandwich thin whole wheat with flax seed bun for mine and regular whole wheat bread for my other diner. See pictures