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Vegan Broccoli and Walnut Rosemary Bake
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Vegan Broccoli and Walnut Rosemary Bake

Now that it is getting close to thanksgiving, this is a vegan dish that fits this holiday as much as it delicious and healthy. 


  • potatoes
  • almond milk (or your favorite vegan milk)
  • broccoli
  • portabella mushrooms
  • vegan margarine or olive oil
  • chopped walnuts, garlic clove
  • wheat or gluten free flour
  • rosemary oil
  • pine nuts
  • salt and pepper


Scrub 1 1/2 lbs of potatoes and cook them in their skins until they are tender in boiling water. Peel them. Then mash them with 6 tbsp of almond milk. 

Preheat oven to 350F. Heat the 2 oz of the  olive oil or melt the margarine while frying 2 oz of the chopped mushrooms, gently for five minutes. Then sprinkle the flour over the top and cook for another 2-3 minutes while stirring the ingredients. 

Meanwhile heat the almond milk with 30 grams of pine nuts to just below the boiling point. Pour 2/3 of the liquid over the mushrooms.  Then turn up the heat and bring it to a full boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 2-3 minutes. Season well. 

Put half of the mashed potatoes into an oiled oven dish to line the bottom of it. Next, cover that with 225 gms of walnuts mixed with the broccoli. Pour half of the mushroom sauce into the dish. Put the rest of the mashed potatoes on the top. Bake for 35 minutes or until the potatoes are browned. Let sit for an hour to set just before serving. Then add the other half of the mushroom sauce. Reheat if needed. Serves 6.

This covers your proteins, carbs, fiber and antioxidants for thanksgiving along with the other vegan dishes that you are eating.  



*Image courtesy Flickr creative commons.





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  1. Veganara
    Voted. Wow, this sounds amazing! I will definitely try this some time. With all those ingredients it must be tasty and satisfying and healthy as well. Good to see you back Susan, you haven't been here for a while!
  2. SnakeWitch
    That seems like such a great dish! Like you say, it is an excellent mix of nutrients, and makes a wonderful Thanksgiving dish! Since I'm from Canada, my Thanksgiving is gone already, but this dish can be served for X-Mas too! I voted!
  3. Anita Vegana
    I adore this recipe. Broccoli is my second favourite vegetable, just after tomatoes. I voted. Please come read my new post, The Puppy Mill Controversy, and vote if you enjoyed it. Thank you.
    1. pftsusan
      Thank you for stopping by to vote. I'm going right over to yours, now.


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