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Vegan no beef patties

Updated: Oct 20, 2020

Time to indulge in a light savory snack...

One of my fondest memories was coming home to the amazing fragrance of the different spices in the air. I remember walking into my house closing my eyes, taking a deep breath to take it all in... mouth watering just imagining what was behind the wonderful aromas.

“Recreate what you enjoy...”

Have you ever eaten something that made your pallet never want the flavor to end? I have. As much as I would like to say that I enjoy food, I have always been a rather picky eater. Luckily for me I was surrounded by cooks, and there were always options... patties were always one of my favorites.

What you will need.

Let's get to it! Remember its okay to put your own spin on things. This is your pallet and you know what you do, and do not like. When making these you will have to plan ahead, especially if you want to make your own meatless ground, like I do. I like to use a blend of oyster mushrooms, and soaked chopped walnuts. Soak your walnuts the night before and drain when you are ready to start making them. To a heated pan add your oil, salt, green onions, mushrooms, walnuts, garlic, thyme, onions, allspice, black pepper, curry powder and tomato sauce. Let all of the ingredients saute until onions are translucent and everything is blended in. if you choose to add scotch bonnet pepper you want to add it right at the end of saute process.



Flour - 2 cups of

Salt - 1 teaspoon

Sugar - 1/2 teaspoon

Curry Powder - 1 tablespoon

Vegetable Shortening - 1/4 cup

Butter - 1/2 cup

Water - 1 1/2 cups


Meatless meat

Allspice - 1 teaspoon

Black Pepper - 1/2 teaspoon

Vegetable Oil - 2 tablespoon

Onion 1

Scotch Bonnet Pepper (optional)



Tomato Sauce / ketchup


Green onions


For the crust you want to take all of the ingredients, and place them in a large bowl. Mix all ingredients until well incorporated into a dough. Roll out the dough, then cut out the desired size pieces (large enough for you to stuff and fold in half). Add stuffing into the middle of your desired shaped dough, fold in half, then pinch the corner (I use a fork). bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

Let cool & Enjoy!

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