Nutloaf from the Wayward Café

June 5th, 2014 2:54 pm by Kelly Garbato

2014-06-04 - HappyCow Nutloaf - 0004 [flickr]

 

You guys, this is so good! Messy, but good. And easy to make, too!

This baby is loaded with nuts (almonds and walnuts), tofu, nutritional yeast, breadcrumbs, TVP, flax seeds, nooch, and some other tasty goodies. Just mash, spread onto a greased cookie sheet, and bake at 425F for 45 minutes.

 

2014-06-03 - HappyCow Nutloaf - 0001 [flickr]

 

Even though the recipe’s title hints at a meatloaf-style dealio, this is more of a sandwich filling. Enjoy it on toasted bread with lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, onions, vegan mayo, and mustard (like so!) or in an open-faced sammie smothered in gravy (not pictured).

I was a little skeptical whether the loaf would hold together, but it baked up pretty well. The meat got a little crumbly while I was devouring the sandwich, but I think you can mostly avoid this problem by cutting the loaf slices a little smaller than the bread. Mine had some overhang, and this is where most of the messiness happened.

Of course, if you’re enjoying this with gravy, the issue’s kind of moot. (Note to self: next time enjoy this with gravy.)

 

2014-06-04 - HappyCow Nutloaf - 0005 [flickr]

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