Pineapple chunks were marinated in a Hawaiian style marinade consisting of Sesame Seeds, Garlic, Crushed Red Pepper, Light Brown Sugar, Ginger, White Wine Vinegar, Pineapple Juice, Liquid Smoke, Ketchup and Soy Sauce.
The Bamboo skewer was loaded with the marinated Pineapple chunks, Red Onion, Tofurky Brats and Jalapeño.
A Daiya& Cilantro infused Bun was roasted.
A Portobello Mushroom Cap was infused with Daiya and roasted.
The Bun was smeared with chunky Guacamole.
The Mushroom Cap was filled w/ delicious Pico de Gallo.
The Bun was stuffed w/ the loaded Portobello Mushroom Cap, Spinach & Arugula.
Served w/ Fries and a refreshing (Good) Beer, this sandwich is explosive w/ texture and character:)
Easy. Inexpensive. Quick. Ⓥegan.
Slight oil before Mushroom and Daiya were panfried//infused in togetherness.
Bread, Spinach and Arugula were toasted together, lightly.
A FatBike was ridden.
A Beer was enjoyed.
An Organic Seltzer brought refreshment.
Russian Circles Dressing is essential to this unique Slaw.
Named after a band – named after a hockey drill, this dressing is different. In a great way. I’m not sure if ‘ketchup’ has ever been blogged as an ingredient in my hundreds of postings. The Russian Circles Dressing was created for a Ⓥ Reuben concept.
Ⓥ Reuben Sandwich
Utilized until gone, the foodie in me used what sounded good, inside of my mind with the dressing and with inventory efficiency. Cabbage, Radish, Cucumber, Capers, Onion/Celery/Carrot medley, Garlic, Seitan and Pepper were combined and confined to itself with the Russian Circles Dressing.
The Russian Circles Dressing was a pleasantly mixed batch of Vegenaise, Chipotle seasoning, Soy Sauce, SeaSalt/Pepper, Onion & Garlic Powder, Sugar, Soybean Paste and Horseradish:) And homemade Seitan, in my eyes, added the final touch to this post.