The Perfect Vegan Thanksgiving Roast | How to Make A CHEAP ROAST Taste EXPENSIVE



With the holidays around the corner, I wanted to share an easy way to take a store bought vegan roast and make it taste like an …

source

You May Also Like

About the Author: Edgy Veg

31 Comments

  1. This thanksgiving will be my first time making a tofurky! I’m pretty excited because a lot of stores were sold out and I managed to get one just in time. I will try your recipe but maybe use a slow cooker instead. We’ll see how it goes 😅

  2. For fellow lazy vegans/vegetarians, if there is a Trader Joe’s near you (Mainly in the U.S.) they sell their “turkeys” for 12.99 with the gravy and its vegan so all you have to do is prepare the vegetables and other side dishes while that cooks in the oven.

  3. I went into Trader Joe’s yesterday to buy their vegan roast and they laughed and said “oh we sold out of those a while ago.” When did they come in? It was still a week and half before thanksgiving. I wish they stocked more if they’re sold out so quickly!

  4. Such a great idea! Sure, I don't have access to any store-bought holiday seitan roast living in EU but I really like the concept of baking it all together and will probably use it with my own seitan! Thanks a lot!

  5. Please help a sister out! I've been looking for Tofurky Roast in Toronto…its not easy to find and is not $5.00. Not even the Tofurky sausages are $5.00.

  6. I make my Tofurky roast in the crockpot. It turns out great! It's a great option if you don't have an oven (or if your oven is already full of everything else you need to cook).

  7. I made your hummus recipe for the first time this past weekend and it was the best hummus I’ve ever tasted! I’ve tried making hummus from scratch a couple times before and it never turned out good. Do you have a recipe for minestrone soup? That is another dish I love when I get it at restaurants or even canned at the store, but when I try to make it from scratch I miss the mark.

  8. The quorn loaf is always out of stock from like November to January here in the UK. . . I long ago accepted that I'm making tamales every Christmas. It reminds me of my childhood, so it's great, but it would be nice to do something liek this for my husband, who grew up here and is used to traditional turkey or whatever.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.