Southwestern Vegan Sliders


Southwestern Vegan Sliders


The recipe for Southwestern Vegan Sliders

 These Southwestern Vegan Sliders only require a few basic ingredients. To create these, you simply need a package of seitan grounds, some vegetables, tomato paste, broth, and seasonings.

Southwestern Vegan Sliders

Ingredients for Southwestern Vegan Sliders

Here’s all ingredients you ought to have for this vegan slider recipe:

  • Onion. Sauteed shallots serve as the basis for this recipe.
  • Garlic. Add fresh garlic cloves if you desire the taste to truly pop.
  • Carrots. Use about half of a medium carrot, which will give the filling some natural sweetness.
  • pepper that is red. In this vegan slider recipe, I prefer red bell pepper, but you may use whatever kind you choose! Also tasty would be a poblano pepper.
  • Corn. You can use frozen or canned food.
  • Seitan Grounds in the Chipotle Style. The Chipotle Style Seitan Grounds by Sweet Earth Enlightened Foods have the finest spicy, gently smoky flavor, and I adore them.
  • tomatillos paste. To enhance the filling’s rich flavor and make it lovely and juicy, we use a full 6-ounce can of tomato paste.
  • vegetable stock It doesn’t matter if the stock is homemade, packaged, or bouillon! If you don’t have any broth on hand, you could alternatively use water as a substitute.
  • Spices. The filling for these vegan sliders is made with chili powder, ground cinnamon, smoked paprika, and black pepper.
  • Buns. After all, they are sliders, so search the grocery for the little buns! Of course, you can use a conventional hamburger bun if small buns or rolls are not available.
  • Toppings. Be imaginative!  I like to smother my food in toppings, so I normally use lettuce, tomato, onion, avocado, cilantro, and cashew cheese, but you may choose any combination you prefer

Southwestern Vegan Sliders

How to Make These Vegan Sliders

  • These vegan sliders are a shockingly amazing source of vegetables with onions, carrots, peppers, corn, and anything you load on top (I did greens, tomato, onions, and avocado).
  • Simple steps are required to make these vegan sliders: sauté the vegetables with tomato paste, Sweet Earth Foods chipotle seitan, a ton of spices, toast your buns, then top with whatever takes your fancy!
  • As the weather becomes colder, they make a simple, great dinner because they’re so filling and cozy! Additionally, since we’re using small buns, they’re ideal for a vegan Super Bowl snack.

a cast iron skillet filled with a vegan sloppy joe mix

How to Serve These Southwestern Vegan Sliders
However, a slider can really be customized in a variety of ways, so be sure to present these with plenty of toppings! If you’re having friends around, you could set up a vegan slider bar where everyone could create the sandwich of their dreams.
As for toppings, I’d suggest avocado, tomato, lettuce, sliced onion, fresh or pickled jalapenos, cilantro, shredded red cabbage, vegan cheese sauce, and tomato! You could also add some salsa on top to make them even saucier!
Also, remember to bake your buns! Burger buns always taste much better when they are toasted, in addition they hold up much better to all this saucy filling when they have been provided with just little crunch.

More Vegan Superbowl Snack Ideas

I’ve got you covered if you’re seeking more creative vegan Super Bowl snack ideas! Here are some of my favorite vegan appetizers and game day munchies, from finger foods to warm chili and delectable dips!
On game day, you must order these vegan sliders! It takes just 30 minutes to make these chipotle seitan sliders. They are the ideal vegan snack for the Super Bowl!

Here is all you need to know to cook delicious Southwestern Vegan Sliders. Let’s try and give feedback to me.

Southwestern Vegan Sliders

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