Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Sandwich with roasted Cauliflower, Sweet Potato, and July 4th cookout round up. Vegan


What .. Its July 3rd already.. pfft.
What are our plans for the weekend.. hmmm. I think we will be busy planting trees around our yard to keep some privacy and to keep the noise out.
Then maybe unpacking and organizing, then finding staging and photography for our condo. And then maybe grill up some veggies, tempeh and sandwiches. The work is never-ending I say:) The Condo looks fabulous right now with the new paint and carpet. 
Today, the builder is fixing our hardwood floor at the bottom floor in the house, which started buckling as soon as we moved in(murphy’s law). Probably the sealing between the concrete slab and the floor is leaking moisture.
Any which way, our days are eventful. And I dont even know when I will hit publish on the post :) Started writing it up yesterday night then fell asleep. Now coordinating between all the pending things.

Summer Cookout cannot be complete without..

Grilled Sammies!

This Sandwich pictured above, has Roasted red pepper smoky dip from The Great Vegan Bean book, roasted cauliflower, roasted sweet potato slices and greens. Made with my White Sandwich Bread. The smoky cauliflower, sweet potatoes and the sweet pepper dip makes this a keeper. Roast the veggies, whip up the dip and keep ready. Put the bread slices on the grill, layer the veggies and hummus, grill up and serve.


Grilled Smoky Roasted Red pepper hummus or bean dip Sandwich with Roasted Cauliflower  Roasted Sweet Potato

Method:
Brush Sweet Potato slices with oil, sprinkle salt and pepper and bake at 425 degrees F for 20 minutes.
Toss cauliflower slices in oil, salt and pepper and bake at 425 degrees F for 25 or more minutes.

Whip up a batch of this Roasted Red pepper Hummus or Smoky Bean dip from Kathy’s The Great Vegan Bean book.
Layer greens, roasted veggies and hummus and grill.



Serve hot.
Eat your red, white and greens!


This sandwich is being shared at Rickis wellness weekend

Easy Bean stew/chili Sandwiches on Lentil Wheat bread.



This one below has Millet cooked in Sriracha Buffalo sauce and ultra creamy ranch.
Add some veggies to the millet and make it a side!

Mushroom Onion Saute Sammies.

Indian fare with these delicious Tempeh Seekh Kebabs.



Salads…
Beet Root and Beet Greens Salad.



Citrus and beet Salad with Almond Sesame dressing.



Portobello stuffed with cheesy herbed hash browns.
Stuffed mushrooms. nuff said.



This wrap. Cauliflower Carrot Chard Wrap with Mint Thyme Chutney.



Really… I have no Tacos on the blog yet. hides face:)

But you can make these BBQ chickpea Tortilla Pizzas into tacos!



Whip up these mini gluten-free pizzas. Bake the thicker bases and keep. Grill, top with grilled veggies and sauces. serve.
This Chickpea Quinoa Chard Pizza



and this Black eyed Pea and Collard greens crust.

Burgers! See this round up. Most patties are gluten-free



These no bake Pies
Chocolate Cream Berry Firework Pie. GF



Mango Beet Pie. GF



Or Kulfi! Summer isnt complete without this frozen treat.
Pistachio Almond Kulfi

And Just because I’d make these to have in my picnic basket.. 
Tiramisu Cookies/Whoopie Pies. GF

Vegan Tiramisu Cookies

I am sure I missed out other great ideas from the blog. Find them on the Recipe index. If you make something, do hashtag #veganricha on Instagram or facebook!
Happy 4th!

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Comments

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    It’s oh so convenient that I happen to have every ingredient for that fantastic looking Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Sandwich with Roasted Cauliflower and Sweet Potato in my fridge RIGHT NOW! It’s true sandwich destiny, lunch tomorrow, woot!

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