Now, I'm not about to renounce meat or start ranting about animal rights. I am a proud member of PETA People Eating Tasty Animals (for those of you who haven't heard that one). In fact! I bet most carnivores like myself might be more open to the idea of eating non-meat meals if non-meat selections didn't include jacked up ingredients including Bragg and his liquid aminos or replacing that succulent medium-rare grilled bone-in ribeye with TVP - textured vegetable protein. Yum! It's just that my bowling ball tum has made a comeback along with flaring IBS symptoms again lately, so this is just an experiment to see if lightening the meat load will help slow those roles (rolls would work here too).
This recipe has been adapted from Vegetarian: Over 300 Healthy and Wholesome Recipes Chosen from Around the World. This book has been helpful and accessible in my exploration of vegetarian dishes. Recipes contain comprehensible ingredients the layman brute carnivore like myself can understand.
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Great taste, great texture, and very filling. I'm very satisfied with this dish - it's definitely going into the rotation. This is also very affordable and doesn't require a tremendous amount of work to prepare either. You won't be sorry if you try this!