Grilled Sandwich with Buffalo Millet, Red Bell Pepper, Creamy Ranch. Vegan Recipe

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Easy Sandwich Alert!


This Sandwich has Millet cooked in Buffalo sauce(!!), which ca be served as is as a side. You can also use other grains like Quinoa or Amaranth or cracked wheat or barley or Lentils. Buffalo lentils. Yes, that needs to happen.

The sandwich is grilled up with more buffalo sauce(I mean really), some red bell pepper and a creamy thick Ranch sauce. Man this tasted good! Of course, use the Buffalo sauce to taste, it is hot:). Love tangy Heat? Make Buffalo Millet!

I added some Cilantro to the Sammie because if I could, I would add it to everything. You can sub chopped up greens. 


The sammie can be easily converted to a Wrap. Warm the wrap, layer all the ingredients. Add some chopped greens. Wrap, cut , serve. Use gf bread or gf tortillas for a gluten-free version. Make the millet and ranch sauce and refrigerate for upto 2 days, and grill up the sammies when needed.


I gave in made a White Sandwich bread the other day. Mainly because there isnt a recipe on the blog for a regular White bread. The recipe will be up soon. Till then you can use any of the Sandwich Breads from here or Somer's Country White Bread.

I seem to prefer some extra grain or nuts in my breads. Makes the bread more sturdy and filling.

Grilled Sandwich with Buffalo Millet, Red Bell Pepper, Creamy Ranch. Vegan


My parents are visiting us in July/August. So there might be a slight slack in blog posts. I might just do 'what we ate today posts' with tons of Indian food made by mom. Maybe convince Ma to make some cooking videos with her ;). Loads of veggie and lentil stuffed flat breads(Parathas) for breakfast, here we come!


And(too many ands) I will try to get Dad to eat different grains:). And hopefully meet my carnivore bro after 8 years! and feed him some veggies ;) He does not know what is going to hit him, definitely not any animal. 

Need more insanely delicious, whole foods based, Soy-free Sandwiches and Burgers? See the collection here.



Steps:

Make the Millet with Buffalo sauce.



Top a slice with cilantro, then millet, then drizzle a bit more buffalo sauce to taste.




Top with sliced red bell peppers, and creamy ranch.




Top with another bread slice. Grill and serve hot.




Grilled Sandwich with Buffalo Millet, Red Bell Pepper, Creamy Ranch.

Allergen Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, soy. Can be made nut-free

Makes 2 Sandwiches

Ingredients: 
Buffalo Millet:
1/2 cup uncooked millet
scant 1 cup water
1 Tablespoon hot sauce
2 teaspoons Sriracha
1/2 teaspoon vinegar
1 teaspoon earth balance or oil
a generous pinch of salt and garlic powder

Buffalo Sauce:

2 Tablespoon hot sauce
1 Tablespoon Sriracha
1-2 Tablespoons melted earth balance butter/oil 

Ranch Sauce:

1/4 cup Cashew cream or 1/4 cup ground cashew blended with 2-3 Tablespoons almond milk
1/2+ teaspoon ranch seasoning to taste
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon apple cider vinegar

Sliced Red bell pepper or Sweet Peppers

Chopped Cilantro
Bread Slices

Method:

Buffalo Millet:
Wash the millet. Combine all the ingredients in a deep pan, and cook partially covered on low-medium heat until all liquid is absorbed. 15-20 minutes.

Mix the ingredients for the sauces and keep ready. 


Sandwich:

Top a slice of bread with a handful of Cilantro(optional), then the pack the cooked millet on top.
Drizzle some Buffalo sauce.
Then top with sliced Red bell peppers.
Top with thick ranch sauce and another bread slice.
Grill, Slice and serve.

Variations:
Add chopped up greens of choice.
Use other grains or lentils instead of Millet.
Add a Tablespoon of nutritional yeast to the ranch for a cheesy ranch.
Use Coconut Cream for nut-free. 



This Sammie is being shared at Allergy Free Wednesdays. Ricki's wellness weekend, Shine supper club

16 comments:

  1. I would love to see some cooking videos of you and your mom! Also, I'm a full believer in All Buffalo Everything, so this looks incredible. :)

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  2. I second Jackie's comment- more buffalo all the time! This sammie looks wonderful! :-)

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  3. I know you said to serve it hot after grilling, but I wouldn't mind having this as a cold lunch sandwich (after grilling!)

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  4. wow!I am so tempted .. Nice sandwich

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  5. Woah, buffalo grains kind of blows my mind. It's so simple, so obvious, and yet the concept never occurred to me. This is beyond perfect since I got a ton of millet in the VVC swag bag and no idea what to do with it. Swap out the millet and problem solved!

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  6. Richa, how do you do it? You take something as simple as a sandwich and make it a mouthwatering thing of beauty! This looks so freaking good! I envy having your mom come to visit and making you endless Indian meals. Would she mind stopping by my place too? I'll do the dishes! :)

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  7. Oh my gosh yum! I love buffalo anything and this is a way healthy alternative to the usuals!

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  8. how delicious - can't wait to hear what your mom gets up to in your kitchen, and a carnivore brother, that's just like me and mine!

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  9. You gotta do some videos! How fun! And I look forward to seeing some photos of your mom's cooking, too!

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  10. you are a warrior! this sandwich is out of control! on the list to make!

    and girlllll please make a cooking video with your mom. it would make my life.

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  11. Ooh my husband has been wanting me to find a good ranch dressing recipe. I'm going to try yours!

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  12. Millet as a sandwich filling? Richa, you little genius, you. I will turn to this recipe when I look at my seemingly empty cupboards, full of grains, and exclaim, "What are we going to eat?" And then the little Sriracha lightbulb will go off (it's spicy) and I'll be ALL OVER THIS.

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  13. I love sammies that were once "meat based" and turning them into one that is plant based and you have done that beautifully Richa!

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  14. Made this as a surprise for my husband the other day... He loves all things buffalo :)
    http://tastebudimpaired.blogspot.com/

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  15. I had a hard time finding vegan ranch dressing mix. All the ones I found had buttermilk or some other milk product in it. A bunch also had MSG. I settled on an organic one but it still had milk product in it but my husband and I aren't strict vegans. We are strict nom nomers, though, so I'm super excited about making this for dinner tonight! Thanks for the recipe!

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