Posted in Salads and Sandwiches on Monday May 25, 2015, 6 a.m.
With starting up a Secret Dinner Club here in Vacouver (well New Westminster, but its basically the same), I keep thinking of what kind of recipes have the most broad appeal to both vegans and others alike. Personally, I prefer whole food based recipes that really make the fresh produce and ingredients shine. This phish burger is an example of that, where chickpeas and nori come together to create something new yet very familiar.
I served them in regular gluten free bread because finding buns around here is a pain, the only places that have great ones that are worth the price are bakerys that are either not super accesible or not open when I have my moments of inspiration. Although, I did try out a mix by Bob's Red Mill that I found pretty good when eaten right away. Most gluten free bread recipes seem to crumble away after the first day or two.
Funny enough, the kind of recipes are always the most popular. I think people are looking for the flavors they grew up with without the animal products. Who said you needed to ever give up anything when going vegan?