Vegan No-Moo and Mushroom Stew
With the Veganz Shredded Soy
Are you looking for a really quick recipe for a No-Moo Stew made with Shredded Soy? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Et voilà, here’s the vegan recipe. The main ingredient is our delicate vegan Shredded Soy. Serve with Spätzle, noodles, potatoes, or rice – a true German meaty classic with fresh mushrooms and herbs.
A really ‘meaty’ vegan treat
What used to be your favourite meat dish? No matter what meal made with animal ingredients it was: there’s no need to pine after it any longer! After all, you can veganise any recipe – and it’s usually really easy. All you need is the right base ingredient and seasoning. In this case, you’ve got our Shredded Soy that provides the perfect stringy consistency of meat. Simply fry the Shredded Soy in the pan for a moment and then it’s the seasoning that gives it the flavour we so associate with the traditional recipe. So, if you learn to prepare soya and similar products properly, you’ll be able to create that hearty kind of meal whenever you like. And the best thing: You won’t be harming any animals to make this meal and you’ll even be helping protect the climate!
It’s all about the soya bean
Soya beans must be one of the legumes that attract the most controversy in the (vegan) diet. That’s despite the fact that the little bean that originated in Asia doesn’t just benefit our health, it also has the potential to enrich plant-based cuisine in many ways. Soya contains potassium, selenium, iron, vitamins B 1&2 and vitamin E, among others. You’ve probably already heard the prejudice that ‘Soya is genetically modified’, but there’s actually no need to worry: the soya that we grow in the EU isn’t genetically modified – the rules are very strict in that respect. So, you can simply enjoy the fact that soya serves as a perfect and sustainable base ingredient in all sorts of products – from alternatives to milk to a hearty piece of cruelty-free ‘meat’.
Here’s how to prepare the vegan No-Moo Stew with Shredded Soy:
Simply pour boiling hot liquid (water, broth, etc.) onto Veganz Shredded Soy and leave to marinate for 5-10 minutes so that it becomes lovely and soft. Important: Drain and squeeze it well. It will allow the handy alternative to meat to absorb the seasoning and marinate even better. All you need to do now is place it in the pan and prepare it the way you like best.
- 150 g Veganz Shredded Soy
- 300 g brown mushrooms
- 2 spring onions
- 1 garlic clove
- Rapeseed oil for frying
- 250 ml vegan alternative to cream
- 100 ml white wine
- 100 ml vegetable broth
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 pinch nutmeg
- 1 tbsp flour
- Fresh parsley
Slice the mushrooms. Finely chop the spring onions, garlic, and parsley
Heat the rapeseed oil in a pan and briefly fry the Veganz Shredded Soy. Add the spring onions and garlic and sauté them for a while until the onions become translucent. Next, add the mushrooms and fry until they begin to turn brown.
Add the flour, stir, and continue to sauté while the flour cooks a little. Next, douse the mixture with white wine and leave to simmer for a moment.
Prepare the Shredded Soy according to the instructions on the packet.
Finally, add the vegan alternative to cream, the broth, and the bay leaves. Season to taste with salt, pepper, and nutmeg and allow to simmer for roughly another 3 minutes so the mixture thickens a little. Serve and garnish with the parsley. Done!
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