Friday, March 18, 2011

Vegan and Gluten Free St. Patricks Day Recipes

Vegan St. Patrick's Day Menu Recipes

I decided to create a wonderful meal for St. Patricks Day and I wanted to be able to share it with my readers.  If you  have ever created a recipe you know that they don't always work out the first time around so I had my work cut out for me creating this vegan corned beef recipe.  

The flavor of the vegan corned beef turned out really well, I think you will be very pleased with it.  I chose to make this gluten free because I know it is so hard forvegans to find gluten free meat substitutes.  I personally don't care for meat substitutes but my family enjoys them and I know for those who are new to the vegetarian or vegan lifestyle some familiar flavor or texture can be helpful.  I am in the process of creating more vegan and gluten free meat substitute recipes because I have noticed that this is a very popular question I am asked.

I want to improve the texture of some of the gluten free meat substitute recipes I have created so far.  I will be posting the recipes for the gluten free meat substitute recipes as they are created and perfected so if you would like the recipes please click to follow this blog and you will be updated as they become available.

The vegan corned beef recipe is a little tricky and it does need some time to cool down and firm up but it has a wonderful flavor.
Vegan Gluten Free Corned Beef Recipe



Cabbage, Potatoes and Carrots for Vegan Corned Beef Recipe

Ooooooo this is GOOD!!  In fact, this would make a delicious meal on its own!  My husband LOVED the flavor of these veggies!  I think I may keep this on the regular menu as my family really enjoyed it and this part of the vegan corned beef and cabbage recipe is easy.


Vegan Gluten Free Irish Soda Bread


This vegan gluten free Irish soda bread is a delicious compliment to the vegan gluten free corned beef and cabbage recipe above!  This vegan and gluten free version of irish soda bread has all the flavor and texture of traditional Irish soda bread.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Where are the recipes???