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Old 10-21-2004, 07:00 PM   #1
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Turkey for Vegetarians

I just posted this under the Holiday forum, but thought in case anyone here is a vegetarian or has one comming to a holiday dinner. My daughter is a vegetarian. Last year I discovered Tofurkey in slices. I used two slices, put a spoon of stuffing (made with No Chicken Broth) and rolled it and placed seam side down in a baking dish, and topped with gravey made with the same broth, sprinkled with herbs and paprika. She said it was great and everyone at the table had to try it.

I also stuffed acorn squash with rice, pine nuts, raisins, onions, celery, pecans, and mixed with a slightly beaten egg and topped with breadcrums mixed with melted butter.

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Hubby and son are both vegetarians - I've done the Tofurkey 'roast', and also 'Quorn' makes a 'roast' that they like even better.
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Hubby and son are both vegetarians - I've done the Tofurkey 'roast', and also 'Quorn' makes a 'roast' that they like even better.
Thanks marmalady. I saw the 'roast' but she did not want me to get it as she did not want that much. I will look for the Quorn label, do not remember seeing it.
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Hubby and son are both vegetarians - I've done the Tofurkey 'roast', and also 'Quorn' makes a 'roast' that they like even better.
Thanks marmalady. I saw the 'roast' but she did not want me to get it as she did not want that much. I will look for the Quorn label, do not remember seeing it.
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