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This is good but be aware that Worcestershire sauce is tradionally made from anchovies and therefore NOT vegetarian... some may not care, but I believe there are veggie worchestershire sauces out there too.
My boyfriend and I were happily surprised (we are NOT vegetarians). I did some changes, though. It calls for a crazy amount of rice. I used maybe a cup of cooked rice. AND it doesn't tell you when to add the rice. I blended everything but the rice in my food processor. Then I mixed the rice by hand in a bowl. Also, I used one whole egg and one egg white. I served it on top of mashed potatoes, topped it with onion gravy and french fried onions and mushrooms. It was awesome.
This is really good,I did change a few things. I left out the package of onion soup as all the ones at the store were either NOT Vegetarian or they had MSG in them. Also I used Vegetarian Worcestershire sauce. I added onion powder,garlic powder,black pepper and 1/4 cup of whole wheat flour. It's a keeper! Thank you :)
This was great but I'm glad a previous reviewer mentioned that worcestershire has anchovies. I checked the bottle in my fridge and sure enough not vegetarian. I seasoned the mix with soy sauce instead. I also didn't have any wheat germ or oat bran handy so I substituted rolled oats for both. Turned out great and was less expensive that way.
I loved this tasty treat. Even my husband the meat lover had seconds and even ate leftovers. This has never happened before with the veggie meals I make. Thank you so much for the delish dish!:-) Kayti
Turned out better than expected.. didn't have oat bran or wheat germ used 1 cup of cooked bulgar wheat instead cooked the brown rice with 2 cloves of garlic shredded a very large carrot and added finely diced celery. added sprinkling of sage to each stage.. my dad thought there was lamb in it.. also used regular button mushrooms.. that's what i had on hand
I don't like mushrooms but I made this for my vegetarian husband (and our other guests) for Thanksgiving. Everyone loved it and some even went back for seconds. I'll take their word for it that this recipe is five stars.
This is definitely a great recipe! I made it almost to the letter, other than I had only Shitake mushrooms on hand. It turned out really yummy... there are a few mods I would do next time: cook the rice in broth, only add 1/2 cup of wheat germ and instead 1.5 cups of oat bran. Wheat germ is rather bitter. Also I am thinking of maybe incorporating some brown sugar into the loaf as well. I served it with the brown sugar glaze on top. Thanks so much for sharing!
This was very good, though extremely dense. Also, as I did not have my food processor there was a lot of chopping, so plan accordingly. I added a small carrot grated, and think I will add 2 small carrots next time. Used vegetarian worcestershire and rolled oats. I am also going to crumble some of it and try it as a taco filling. Seems like a very flexible recipe. Also will see how it freezes.
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