Vegan Beef Goulash/Vegansk Gulash

As you might remember, I made vegan steak recently. They turned out very well. I am just me here, so of course the large portion was not eaten right of the bat here. I saved the rest in the freezer. The other day, I thought about making something with the rest, as I’ve already had the steak and was not in the mood for that. Goulash came up and here is what I did. As my friend was in the area anyway, I asked her to Sunday lunch on a Saturday. Let me state she is an omnivore, but she would also say if she didn’t like my food. She never has said so, as she herself pointed out and she said: “I know this is not meat, but if you had served it without saying so, I could have easily thought it was very tender beef” – she loved it. So I’d say this is one of those dishes to convince the omnivores! Enjoy and let me know if you make it and how it turns out….

VEGAN BEEF GOULASH

Ingredients
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp vegan butter
700 g cut into chunks
30 g flour
1 large onion
2 garlic cloves
1 green pepper
1 red pepper
2 tbsp tomato purée
2 tbsp paprika
2 large tomatoes, diced
75 ml dry white wine
1½ tsb yeast extract/marmite
300 ml vegetable stock

150 ml Oatly sour cream or homemade Cashew Sour Cream

  • Heat the olive oil in a casserole dish or heavy-based saucepan
  • Sprinkle the steak with the flour and brown well in three batches, adding an extra 1 tbsp oil for each batch. Set aside
  • Add in the remaining 1 tbsp oil to the casserole, onion, finely chopped garlic cloves,green & red pepper, both finely sliced. Fry until softened, around 5-10 mins.
  • Return the steak to the pan with the tomato purée and the paprika. Cook, stirring, for 2 mins.
  • Add the diced tomatoes, white wine and vegetable stock
  • Put a lid on and simmer for 45 min.-60 min. Remove the lid after 45. min.
  • For serving

    Stir in the Vegan Cashew Sour Cream or the Oatly if you used that

    Sprinkel with Parsley, flatleafed

    Serve with what you like, but here in DK, it would most likely be rice or mashed potatoes. I served with basmati rice. Enjoy!

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    Fyldte Peberfrugt

    Jeg spiste engang kød, og jeg er sikker på, mange af jer, har dejlige opskrifter, I gerne vil genskabe. Det har jeg også. Dette er en af dem. jeg så en anden der lavede fyldte pebre og jeg følte mig inspireret og derudover havde jeg nogle pebre, der skulle bruges. Jeg havde også nogle sojabidder, jeg havde købt for noget siden, jeg gerne ville prøve, så jeg sprang ud i det. Denne opskrift blev oprindelig lavet med hakket kød, og selvfølgelig kan du prøve med en vegansk lignende, men disse virker meget bedre end jeg troede. Men tilpas endelig til din egen smag, men dette er som jeg husker dem. Du kan selvfølgelig også tilsætte andre grønsager, hvis du har lyst og selvfølgelig pebefrugt i tern.

    Ingredienser
    (4 halve peberfrugt)

    2 dl kogte basmati ris
    2 peberfrugt i halve (rød og/eller grøn)
    1 dl Tjois sojabidder*
    2 dl grønsagsboillon
    1 illle løg
    1 -2 Tbsp Vegan butter
    1 dl Violife Mozerella + 1 dl på toppen
    ½ frisk tomat
    ½ tsk ketchup (eller undlad – smager fint uden)
    1 tsk oregano
    ½ tsk karry
    2-3 spsk soy eller havre fløde (eller undlad)

    Fremgangsmåde

  • Forvarm ovnen til 200 C
  • Fjern indmaden i peberfrugterne. Du kan vende dem, som du synes
  • Blancher pebrene i kogt vand i 2 min.
  • Kog risen i 2 dl vand og set tilside
  • Skær løg og tomat i små tern og set tilside
  • Dræn Sojabidderne
  • Brænd karryen af smørret og tilsætløget/li>
  • Tilsæt sojabidderne til panden og oreganoen. Steg for lav varme indtil løgene er bløde og soyabidderne gyldne
  • Bland med risene når færdig og bland det godt sammen med tomater, ketchup og fløde (hvis du bruger) og halvdelen af Violife Osten
  • Put fyldet i peberne
  • Bag i ovnen i 20-40 min. Tildækket meed sølvpapir og put en ganske lille smule vand i bunden
  • *Hvis du ikke vil bruge soya kan du bruge puy linser kogte puy linser eller kikærter! Gør du det, vil jeg nok koge risen i grønsagsbouillon for at få mere smag.