Vegan Sloppy Joes Gourmet Grilled Cheese

9 Sep 2020

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vegan sloppy joes

Who said we can't have two of the messiest favorites veganized? In this easy recipe, the classic sloppy joe mixture meets warm gooey cheese between crisp buttery slices of bread. Be sure to make some more, as you will definitely miss it when it's over.

You can now follow this recipe using this video!

Makes: 10-12 Cookies
Active Time: 30 min

Ingredients
Bread of your choice (We used Sourdough)
3 slices of Vegan Cheddar Cheese - Daiya Cheddar Style Slices
Vegan Butter - Nuttelex Buttery Spread with Coconut Oil
150g of Plant-based Ground Beef - Beyond Beef
2 tbsp of Tomato Paste
1 tbsp of Ketchup or BBQ sauce (optional)
2 tbsp of vegan Worcestershire sauce - Beerenberg Worcestershire Sauce
½ onion
3 cloves of garlic
1 tsp mustard
1 tbsp olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste

Method
Peel and finely chop the onion and garlic. Heat up 1 tablespoon of olive oil in a skillet over medium heat and fry the onion and garlic.

Add your preferred choice of plant-based minced meat and cook for 5-7 minutes. plant based meat

To the minced meat, add the tomato paste, mustard and vegan Worcestershire sauce. Let the meat simmer over medium-low heat for another 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally.

To the meat, add your desired amount of salt and pepper. If would like the minced meat to be on the sweeter side, add 1 tablespoon of ketchup. If you would like it to have a deeper taste, add 1 tablespoon of BBQ sauce instead.

Place the minced meat mixture aside while you prepare the other ingredients.

Add the 2 slices of bread, buttered on both sides, to the warm skillet. Add the sloppy joe mix and 3 slices of cheese on top. Cook over low heat for 3-4 minutes and flip until sandwich until both slices of bread have crisped nicely and the cheese is melted.

Slice into half and serve immediately.

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@herbimetal profile image
herbimetal2 YEARS AGO
I tried it! It took a long time to make but was delicious! But idk how to melt the cheese without burning the bread. I did two batches for the filling, used omnimeat. Yesterday the cheese didn't really melt the bread got brown it was nice and crispy, today I burnt the bread putting the cheese on top in the pan. Salvaged the cheese and filling but I had to throw away the burnt bread and I just had it with non toasted bread. A bummer but at least I still had a good meal.
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@ella2mcs profile image
ella2mcs2 YEARS AGO
@herbimetal did you put it on low heat? And maybe try to cover the pan so the steam will melt the cheese. Or just toss bread and cheese to the oven😆
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herbimetal2 YEARS AGO
Cool I didn't know you could do that. My stove is a gas stove so I can't really make it low heat or the fire will only be at one spot while I want the whole area to be heated. Maybe I'll try a toaster next time
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