20 Meatless Recipes Made with Tofu, Mushrooms & More
I like to go meat-free every once in a while, but I don’t want to be stuck with salads. Do you have any hearty vegetarian recipes?
Meatless in Seattle
I’m a major carnivore, but I also love experimenting with meatless products, like veggie burgers, beefy crumbles, and more. Here are my favorite recipes using meat swaps, plus some of my go-to food finds. Dig in!
Sausage SwappingSausage is the ultimate breakfast meat, and MorningStar Farms makes an excellent swap! Only 70 - 80 calories per patty, and there are some great flavors to choose from. Perfect for breakfast and beyond…
Burger Patty PartyThere are so many meatless burgers on the market. I look for patties with about 100 calories or less -- the more protein, the better. My top picks come from MorningStar Farms, Boca (the All American kind especially), and Yves. (Check out my Yves video review!)
Let’s Get Ready to Crumble…These ground-beef-style crumbles are a total time saver! I use them in tacos, chili, casseroles, salads, and more. Boca, MorningStar Farms, and Beyond Meat make ‘em. So meaty, so flavorful, so convenient!
Time for TofuTofu is a classic meat substitute, and here’s a little tip: To get rid of all the excess moisture, place the block between plates layered with paper towels. Then top with a heavy can to squeeze out any liquid.
Mushroom MadnessBesides being super nutritious, portabella mushrooms are an AMAZING substitute for beefy burgers or steak strips!
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