A Ⓥegan ingredient and location play on the “traditional” ‘Philly Cheese Steak’ sandwich.
Tempeh was the protein prepared in this Ⓥ sandwich Beast.
Onion, Mushroom and Tomatoes helped beef up this sandwich, Vegan-style.
Daiya everywhere. Daiya facial. Daiya lotion.
The tempeh and Veggies were pan-seared with a previously mixed concoction of Veggie Broth, White Wine Vinegar, Lime Juice, Sea Salt, Pepper, Garlic Powder, Chipotle Powder and CILANTRO:)
Stuffed into Whole Wheat Bread lathered with a Ⓥ Bean/Corn Dip, this Beastly sandwich posed well for a few photos.
Mac n’ Daiya was being craved. And spicing that Mac n’ Daiya was mouth-watering.
SouWe Jo is SouWe Jo Dawg in this link.
…..Previously on VeggHead BeerCyclist
SouWe Jo Dawg
My sloppy concoction is in the link above, Zelda.
Simply put, construction of these sandwiches was meant to not be completely sloppy. Waffle Fries were utilized to stabilize the sandwich.
The Whole Wheat Buns were toasted prior to being lathered with a mixture of Vegenaise, BBQ Sauce and Horseradish. They were then slightly broiled.
The bottom portion of the Bun was layered with a few Waffle Fries. The concept was to hold the SouWe Jo slop intact. The top bun covered the Awesomeness and BOOM.
SouWe is short for Southwest and somewhat rhymes with sloppy. The Vegan SouWe concoction consists of Beyond Meat crumbles, Garlic, Corn, Black Beans, Peppers, Onion, Liquid Smoke, Water, Hot Sauce and Sea Salt/Pepper.
The Vegan Dawgs were lightly grilled before being tossed into bun and slopped with the SouWe Jo greatness.
To be continued…..
Ⓥ Tzatziki sauce was combining Lime Juice, Cucumber, Tomato, Ⓥ Yogurt, DILLLLLLL, Garlic, Sea Salt, Sugar, Pepper, Crushed Red Peppers and Paprika.
Pita was lightly seared o both sides before adding Ⓥ Tatziki, Tempeh, Arugula, Cucumber, Onion and Tomato.
A sauce was started by panfrying Garlic, Onion, Bell Peppers, Jalapeño, Ⓥ Cheican, Corn, Meatless Crumbles, Seasonings (Hot Sauce, Sea Salt & Pepper) to be softly blackened.
Veggie Broth, Sugar and Garlic Powder was stirred in and simmered for a bit before (store bought) Marinara was added. Cooked Black Eyed Peas were tossed in and this flavorful textured mixture was slow cooked for a few hours with Tofurky Italian Sausages in the chaos in this pot.
In Whole Wheat Buns, the marinated Sausages plopped into and topped with the Cajun/Creole – style Saucy greatness. Daiya partially covered this sandwich and then broiled lightly. Garnished with Parsley and a Smile, with simplicity yet complexity, this hit the spot.