The Ultimate Veggie Sandwich. Vegan Recipe

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This Is the Ultimate Roasted Veggie Sammish, you need to make. It takes like 10-15 minutes of standing time in the kitchen. Take out the veggies from the refrigerator. Slice them up. Prep a large grill pan. Place them veggies on the grill. finish up some other work. Flip the veggies. Then grill more veggies. Slap sauces on the bread, Load up the veggies. Eat!

It has grilled Cauliflower, blackened Broccoli, grilled up Zucchini, red onions, Red bell pepper and some baby spinach. Slathered up with mayo, mustard and Sriracha! I couldnt open the jar of pickles.. else those would be in this sammish too. Though that might just be too much:)

For more protein, Add cooked chickpeas or other beans mashed with Sriracha and mayo. Or some thin slices of blackened up Temper or tofu.

Wait, I am using roasted and grilled interchange-ably on the post. Pfft. The dark clouds since the past 3 days are doing something to my thought process. Well I grilled the veggies on a grill pan on the stove. The veggies can be roasted as well. Toss in oil, salt, pepper and roast till tender crisp. I think I will change up the photographs a bit later:)



That is one large sandwich. I ate it open faced. :) The bread is a Spelt Wheat almond bread like this Rye Almond bread loaf. Sub Rye with Spelt+wheat. 

Vegan month of food comes to an end today and woah, it has been some month. This year, I decided to take less stress. Also, unlike last year when I had 6-7 posts already photographed and edited before starting the month, this year was all last minute registration then cook and post.:) If you havent checked out last year's Pizza theme, it was one my best collection in terms of creativity. Amazing flavors and amazing options. A lot of the Pizzas can be easily converted to sandwiches or wraps. 

This year I made easy quick meals like these Wraps and other things thrown in the mix. A day or so of rest then its time to think of Halloween, Diwali, Thanksgiving, and the holiday Season!



More Sandwiches on the blog.
This famous Roasted Butternut squash, Balsamic Caramelized Onion, Sriracha Mayo Sammie.
Mint Cilantro Chutney, tomato Cucumber Sandwich
Buffalo Millet, Ranch Grilled Sammish
Tempeh Sandwiches
And so many more here which can also be accessed from the main page now under Categories -> Sandwiches:)

Steps:
Grill up the pepper, Broccoli and Zucchini.



And the Thinly sliced Cauliflower, red onion. 



Gorgeous roasted veggies. 



Spread Mayo on the toasted or warm bread slices. top one slice with Spinach, then grilled Red onions, Zucchini, Red Bell Pepper. 



top with roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower. 



Then mustard and Sriracha.. because you know It is Sriracha and I like that spice. That is a lot of Sriracha for the picture ;). Use per taste. Though hubbs loved his sandwich (he gets to eat the photography subjects some days if I add some things more or less for the photographs. :))



Serve hot. 



The Ultimate Roasted Veggie Sandwich
Allergen Information  free of dairy, egg, corn, nut. Can be made soy-free with soy-free mayo. Can be made gluten-free with gf bread.

Ingredients:
Thinly Sliced Cauliflower (1/4 inch or less)
Halved Broccoli florets 
1 Sliced Zucchini
Sliced Red bell pepper
Sliced Red Onion
Baby spinach or other baby greens
Oil as needed

Sauces:
Vegan Mayonnaise of choice. I used Nasoya Light
Prepared Mustard  (I used Jalapeno mustard)
Sriracha or ketchup
Bread slices or baguette or hoagie roll

Method:
Heat a large grill pan on medium-high heat. Drizzle a little oil and spread on the pan.
Place the sliced veggies on the pan. Cook until well grilled. Flip and grill a bit more. Grill till tender crisp.
Broccoli and Cauliflower take longer to get grilled. About 8-10 minutes. I used small Broccoli Florets and sliced them into halfs. Other veggies get done in 6-8 minutes.
Grill or toast the bread slices. Spread mayo on both sides of the bread slices.
Layer some spinach/greens. Top with red onions, Zucchini, bell pepper. then Broccoli and Cauliflower.
Sprinkle salt and pepper. Add mustard and Sriracha or ketchup to taste. Serve hot.
If roasting in the oven, toss veggies in oil, salt and pepper and bake at 425 degrees F until tender crisp. 15-25 minutes. 

Notes: For more protein, Add cooked chickpeas or other beans mashed with Sriracha and mayo. Or thin slices of blackened up Temper or tofu.


This sandwich is being shared at slightly Indulgent Tuesdays. Allergy Free Wednesdays, Rickis wellness weekend

28 comments:

  1. omigod, richa. i am in awe of this delicious creation. i REALLY want this in my belly..

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    1. Thank you Caitlin. its a clean up your fridge sammie:)

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  2. your vegan mofo posts were my FAVORITE! that sandwich looks amazing

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    1. Thank you Dana! That means a lot to me! <3

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  3. When the picture of this sandwich scrolled up on my feed reader, I actually said out load to an empty room: "WOAH, WHAT??"

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    1. Veggies make everything look pretty;)

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  4. Yummy and healthy sandwich... looks awesome...

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  5. oh how I wish I lived near to you! I have friends who hate roasted veggies - how does that happen?? You make me hungry, as usual - keep up the good work:)

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    1. I love smoky grilled up or roasted veggies!

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  6. I'm not sure whether to eat that or climb it and eat my way back down! Love the cauli in there - yum!

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    1. Yeah that will be a good climb up and then down :)

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  7. Did you make the bread? It looks amazing and I would love the recipe!

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    1. It is a spelt wheat almond loaf. like this Rye almond bread. Shaped into fat baguettes. http://www.veganricha.com/2013/04/rye-almond-sandwich-bread-and-burger.html

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  8. Isn't it amazing how sometimes the most simple of things are the most delicious. I am not even sure I will be able to hold off on eating the roasted veggies long enough to make it to the bread...

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    1. true that! i did eat a few of the roasted veggies before they even hit the sandwich for the pictures:)

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  9. WOw Richa, I must be behind! Your new blog is amazingly beautiful!

    I love this sandwich, my mouth is watering :)

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  10. Holy cow, look at this heavenly fabulous sandwich! Haha, I remembered titling my oldest posts (way back in 2011), "The Ultimate Sandwich", because I came back from a long trip and was yearning for a proper American sandwich with everything else - Daiya cheese and vegan meat alternative and hash browns.

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  11. I absolutely LOVED your MoFo Theme - if anyone ever claims a wrap or sandwich is boring they simply need to come over here and check out all the vegan goodness you created!

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  12. Oh my gosh! This looks amazing!

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  13. That looks AMAZING! I can't wait to try this out !:) www.undressedskeleton.tumblr.com

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  14. This looks just amazing! Featuring tonight on AFW! Thank you for sharing with us.

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  15. Superdelicious with spicy hummus...I can't resist a giant multistory sandwich filled with layers of flavors. Thanks for sharing it!

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  16. Das sieht ja unglaublich lecker aus. Würde ich sofort probieren.

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  17. Wow, this looks delicious! I became a vegetarian about one year ago and it's been really hard for me to find recipes that actually look good. I can't wait to try this!

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  18. Richa, this looks incredible! What a great idea to use the little bits of mixed veggie one can have in their fridge. Thanks for sharing this sandwich :)

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  19. This is quite possibly the most amazing sandwich I've ever seen! I may have started salivating while reading this post :D

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