Mushroom Frittata Hash-brown Sandwich and more Super Bowl Vegan Recipes.

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Ok, last of the sandwich series for a while. or maybe not. This brunch Sandwich. Bored of eating the scramble, quiche or Frittata.. put it in a sandwich. Along with baby greens, ketchup or Sriracha, and Hash browns! I say make some and eat it now.

Seahawks didnt make it :(, but hey they played so well all season.. Yeah yeah, I did not watch all the games. but I did watch ll the last quarters of almost all of them..You cant run away from a yelling and jumping husband a few feet away, and the firecrackers and yells from the people in downtown. The 12th man! It gets to you..:) So who are we rooting for.. I think the 49ers.. Whoever hubbs decides ;) And most likely we will be munching on some burgers and baked fries.. If you havent decided on a menu yet.. scroll down for a few last minute easy options:) 

The Frittata is Soy-free with Mushrooms, rainbow chard and Almond Feta. The buns in the pictures are made from my Everyday Wheat Sandwich Bread dough, or use these onion bagels or english muffins! Topped with a layer or 2 or more Hashbrowns and some Ketchup or hot sauce. Its Brunch in a burger. 
This Sandwich can be made glutenfree with glutenfree buns.

Question of the day.. how do you eat this tower of deliciousness.



Method:

Remember this Soy free Mushroom Chard Almond Feta Frittata. Make some and cut it to the size of the bread roll. Or use your fave frittata recipe.  
Layer some greens or lettuce, Frittata slice and Tomato slices or veggies, mayo or mustard and ketchup.



For Hash browns, this is how I make mine.
Grate a Russet potato in a bowl. Add water and let sit for 5-10 minutes. Press and squeeze to remove moisture. Use paper towels if needed.
In a large non stick pan, add just enough oil to coat. Heat for a minute and swirl to coat.
Press the grated russet onto the pan.



Let it cook for 6-8 minutes on medium heat or until the edges are brown. Longer for crispier hash brown.
Sprinkle some salt, pepper/chili powder and flip it. (You can sprinkle it later before serving as well. )



Cook for another 5-6 minutes.. 



Break a portion to fit the roll. or fold up into as many layers.
Top with Tomato slices.
Pour  ketchup or Sriracha or other sauce and Serve.
It looks tall but those are slider buns.. so probably a 3.5 to 4  inch.




More Ideas for Game Day!!

Burgers.. Sweet Potato Adzuki Bean, Roasted Butternut Squash, Chickpea Tempeh Fritter burger, Beet Chickpea Burger and more.





Pizzas and more Pizzas.. Collection on the Facebook Page 
more than 20 options:), Glutenfree options too.
Or posts with Pizza label. 



Stuffed or plain Pretzels



Baked Potato Fries . GF



Fried Apple Fries. GF




Mung Bean black eyed Pea Stew or Pumpkin Black Eyed Pea Chili - GF



Easy 4 ingredient Almond Oat Dark Chocolate Chunk cookies GF






























And some Fudgy Chocolate Bark. There should always be some Chocolate. GF


This round up is being shared at Heathy Vegan Fridays, Slightly Indulgent Tuesdays, Allergy Free Wednesdays








23 comments:

  1. holy screaming tower of frittata power! That sandwich is a monument to vegan deliciousness! I must mention it on my blog...thank you you for sharing it and all the fabulous game day recipes! :)

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    1. Thank you for the sweet comment!:)) Have a fabulous weekend!

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  2. Swoon...I would pay big money for this at a restaurant, by the way. Genius. :)

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    1. Thank you! i know right. we have some awesome restaurants in seattle but most are quite soy heavy.

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  3. god, richa, you seriously have me swooned with this one. i love hashbrowns and these just look phenomenal. especially since i loved the frittata so much. genius. you are a true genius.

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    1. hash browns plus frittata plus anything.. is super delicious breakfast:))

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  4. That frittata looks divine !! A pizza would be nice tonight, I am looking fowards to all you delicious pizza recipes!!

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  5. Superbowl is kind of lost on me (FA cup, anyone?!) but anything that means I'd get to eat burgers and fries and pizzas must be celebrated roundly. Go 49ers!

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    1. yeah its mostly about food for me too. burgers, delicious finger food! i might watch the last quarter:)

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  6. How do you come up with such great recipes Richa... very creative and too good to be true ..

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  7. Good lord. You need to deliver! All your pictures are amazing and stuffed pretzels? Yes please...

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    1. Thanks Abby:) pretzels fresh out of the oven are the best:)

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  8. Great roundup! Love the hash browns on the sandwich.

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  9. I'm going to have to unhinge my jaw to get that beauty in! The hash browns take it right over the top!

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  10. This is my favorite of your sandwich/burger posts recently. I mean, that frittata was killing me and now you've added one of my most favorite things: hash browns! I seriously can't get over this. I know I say this all the time, but I want to come over and have one of these, like, now. :-)

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  11. Egads, I don't think I'd be able to fit such a towering sandwich into my mouth! Wouldn't stop me from trying though...

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  12. That sandwich looks amazing! i know my boyfriend, whose all time favorite breakfast food is hash brown, would have no problem downing one of these towers of deliciousness!

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  13. Adorable, all these little sandwiches are so adorable and look SOOOOO GOOOOD!

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  14. You have gorgeous photos! I love all of those foods!!!!!!!

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  15. Wow, I can't believe you made this all from scratch. The buns look so professional! And you make the hash browns look so easy that it makes me want to run into the kitchen and try them right now. I've just started getting into bread making, got my first batch of dough soaking at the moment. Yours is very inspiring. Do you have any whole wheat recipes? Thank you so much for sharing this week Healthy Vegan Fridays: http://www.greenthickies.com/healthy-vegan-friday-29
    Have a great weekend and I hope to see you back today, Katherine :)

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