Meat Replacers

Stuffed Pumpkin Pot That Will Melt In Your Mouth!

  • Preeti Singh
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The goodness of this delicious soft pumpkin with the meaty flavor of soya chunks will melt in your mouth! A dish that can be eaten independently or accompanied with rice.

Preparation

Prep Time

20 mins

Cook Time

45 mins

Total Time

1 hr 5 mins

Ingredients

1 pumpkin

Finely chopped tomatoe - 1

Finely chopped capsicum - 1/2

Soya chunks - 1 cup

Olive oil - 3 tablespoons

Finely chopped onions - 1/2

Baby potatoes - 5/6

Sundried tomatoes - 5-6

Stuffed pumpkin potatoes are one of the easiest recipes I tried as a newly turned vegan. As a newbie, I missed the flavor and texture of meat but I knew I'd never turn back. When I tried this recipe, the meaty soya chunks with the strong flavors of the pumpkin and the sundried tomatoes, I went straight back to the old days, without having to eat meat ofcourse! 

This is a must try recipe for everyone who loves to throw in some interesting materials to make a womderful dish. You'll know that vegan food is actually quite amusing and delish and easy too! 

METHOD:

1. Cut the pumkin and empty it of all the seeds. Grease the pumpkin.

 

2. Add chopped tomatoes, capsicum and soya chunks in the pumpkin bowl.

3. Drizzle some olive oil over the mixture.

4. Add chopped onions, boiled potatoes and sun-dried tomatoes to the pumpkin bowl.

5. Sprinkle some mixed herbs.

6. Drizzle 2 teaspoons of olive oil over the mixture.

7. Place the top half of the pumpkin to the bottom half.

8. Wrap it up in foil paper.

9. Place it in the oven and bake for 45 minutes at 250 F/ 130 degrees.

10. Unwrap the foil and serve hot!

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AUTHOR

Preeti Singh

I'm a home cook who loves to travel and dream about anything and everything under the sun. When I'm down, The Beatles, Nina Simone, and Moby help me get my groove on.

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