This was a huge, huge hit here at Casa de Veggie Mama.
I have long been a fan of cranberry and either camembert or brie. Or even back in my turkey-eatin' days, with cream cheese. I've been meaning to make something like this for the longest. time. everrrrr.
I egg-and-breadcrumbed Sanitarium soy fillets, and baked them in a hot oven. You can use anything you damn well please - breadcrumb your own invention (I think eggplant would be divine) or use a ready-made schnitzel-type thingy. Smear on some cranberry sauce straight out the jar and layer a good-sized slice of camembert on top. Put back in the still-hot oven to melt and ooze and drip deliciousness all over your crispy schnitzel. YUM.
I served mine with garlic mash, roasted mushrooms, corn and broccoli. We fancy fancy here.
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Where it says "Name", you might like to add the name of your dish instead or as well.
Just found your blog through Nikki's styling you. Woo hoo so inspiring. I am on holidays so I can't wait to try some of your fab recipesReplyDelete
Never tried soy meat substitutes, not sure about them. Love the combo though and think it would be great with eggplant as you suggest!ReplyDelete
That looks great! I have not tried soy fillets. Sorry I missed meeting you at the conference.ReplyDelete
On holidays? Oh I'm so jealous! Enjoy xReplyDelete
They're very good for upping my iron content in a hurry. Not all are created equal and some are downright awful... but I like the variety it affords.ReplyDelete
You're in the majority! And don't be sorry, there was just so many of us and not enough time!ReplyDelete
Yum! All veggie parmigiana and schnitzels are delish - If you are looking for eggplant parmigiana inspiration try http://livehealthysimply.com/2012/02/eggplant-parmigiana/ xxReplyDelete
Oh yum, that looks divine! I do have one, the link is in my recipes tab. DELICIOUS!ReplyDelete
Sorry, I managed to link "Mamacook" and I meant to put "Broccoli Nuggets". Don't sound great but do taste fantastic.ReplyDelete
I will put a link in when I get the chance into my post but I'm currently in the library and they have IE which blogger isn't supporting anymore so I can't adjust anything. Meanies!
Oh dear lord, YUM!ReplyDelete
I hate to even mention how easy it is :)ReplyDelete
Woops should have put ratatouille down instead of my name Michelle oh well, can't wait to have a go at this though, just divine!ReplyDelete
No worries, we'll figure it out!ReplyDelete