Thursday, February 19, 2009

filly cheeze no-steak sammich


i've been scoring some neat-o-fake-meat-o vegan fare at the food bank recently, and i'm puttin' it to good use. pub grub day two--there you have it, the filly cheez no-steak sammich. i took a whole grain bun, grilled it and put some vegainaise on it. i used tofurkey's philly no-steak slices and grilled that too with some peppers and caramelized onions. i used the cheez sauce from p. 68 in the ultimate uncheez cookbook.

i've never had a real philly cheese steak, so i don't know if it tasted like the real thing. i do know this: it was foodgasmically good. i paired this baby with some smart choice pringles (which are vegan, who knew?) and washed it down with a ginger ale. not the healthiest meal on the planet, sure BUT no cows were killed for this delicacy.

8 comments:

shelby said...

Pringles are vegan!?!

Jenn said...

That looks like a pretty authentic philly sammich to me!

pixiepine said...

I've never had a real one either, but I love vegan cheeze steak sandwiches! Ya'll eat good at your house!!

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

Your sandwich rocks.

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miss v said...

i freakin love philly cheeze steaks! i've not had a vegan one though... i want it!

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

Oops! I had a few blogs about and messed up on my other comment. Sorry about that!

The real purpose of this post is to link you to Bryanna's chicken powder recipe. It's awesome stuff...makes great gravy, cool addition to soups..all kinds of stuff.
http://veganfeastkitchen.blogspot.com/2008/02/homemade-veggie-broth-powder-big-batch.html

Thanks for your comment on my blog. :)

jrsimon56 said...

Thanks for the Pringles tip! Gotta get me some. That sammich looks fab.