I’m not going to suggest that this is true cooking but my put together vegan and gluten-free sausage and mash is a real favourite of mine. I had this meal yesterday afternoon as it makes a perfect Sunday lunch.
This meal uses Linda McCartney sausages, you can use any that suit you but I find the red onion the best as they are also gluten free.
To accompany these sausages I’ve made homemade mash potato with baby potatoes, pure soya butter and fresh rosemary from my garden.
I’ve also steamed some sweetheart cabbage and made some gravy using the Bisto gluten free vegetable gravy powder which is also vegan.
An easy, hearty and tasty sausage and mash made friendly for vegans and coeliacs and very accessible.
Heck have brought out quite a range of new gluten-free, vegan sausages and I have so much time (and tummy space) for this.
So far I have tried the Super Greens, Beetroot and the Sweet Fusion flavours. The sweet Fusion sausages contain a mix of gentle Thai flavours, rice and vegetables.
Today I’ve made a simple and yummy sesame stir fry to accompany the tasty sausages. With crunchy carrot, mange tout and cashew nuts fried in sesame oil this stir fry is lovely with some toasted sesame seeds.
I hope you try and enjoy the Heck sausages as well as the stir fry.
I’m sure everyone feels the same joy when they find new delicious, healthy and ethical foods. As a vegan and a coeliac it can be rarer but that makes the joy even sweeter! This week I discovered Heck’s gluten free and vegan Sweet Fusion sausages.
Made from Thai pesto and mixed vegetables these sausages are a true delight. They cook really easily in a frying pan and they will be a great addition to my monthly menu planning!