It’s almost Thanksgiving – do you know what you’re making yet? If you don’t feel like cooking all day, but want all the flavors of the holiday make my Vegan Thanksgiving Casserole and Gravy.
This is also a great Tday recipe to bring with you if you’re going to someone else’s house for the holiday. It’s something non-vegans will enjoy and that way you will have something other than sides to eat.
I love how versatile this casserole is. You can use a can of chickpeas that’s in your pantry right now, reconstituted soy curls, tempeh, or even some seitan.
Not a fan of broccoli? Use a frozen mix veg with corn, peas, and carrots in place of the California mix. Of course, you can always use fresh chopped veggies instead.
Be careful when shopping for bags of stuffing because many have chicken or dairy in them. Gluten-free stuffing often has egg or dairy in them. So make sure to read the labels.
You can make your own stuffing by using stale bread. Here’s Minimalist Baker’s Vegan Stuffing recipe for you to look at.
You can use your favorite vegan gravy recipe, but the one below is my go-to. There are plenty of store-bought versions you can use too, just be aware that they may have a lot of salt so you’ll need to adjust seasonings to taste.