* If you do not plan on preparing the vegan meat within a few days please store product in your freezer
1 tsp vegan butter
1 tsp balsamic vinegar or red wine (we prefer red wine)
1 tsp vegan worcestershire sauce
Pinch of oregano
Place ingredients in a skillet on high heat, cook down for 1 minute, add steak, keep turning steak coating each side until add the ingredients have absorbed or cooked off. Brown the steak for one minute and then you can throw it on the grill, chop, serve, dice or slice! - Enjoy
Signature Beaf Roast - Based on 2 lb Roast
Preheat over to 350, apply a small amount of vegan butter on the top of roast and spread evenly, place roast in a baking dish and add vegetables of your choice (or cook separately), pour 1 cup of vegan gravy around the bottom of the roast and vegetables, cover and bake 1 hour. Your baking time will depend on how you would like the outside layer of the roast to turn out. If you would like a more crips outside, remove the covering for the final 30 minutes of cooking.
Montreal Chickun Roast - Based on 2 lb Roast
In the Oven: preheat to 350, brush with vegan butter, wrap in tin foil or parchment paper and cook until the roast is warmed/hot all the way through and the top is browned a little, typically about an 45minutes (thawed) 1 hour to 1.5 hours frozen.
You can also thaw and dice if adding to soups, you can slice and add to wraps, tacos etc... unlimited ideas.
Jackfruit Beaf Ribz
In the Oven: preheat to 400, we recommend cutting the Ribs into Riblettes before grilling, cover with your favorite sauce(s), place ribz on a cookie sheet or bakers rack, bake for 30 mins to 1 hour.
**OUR CHOICE** On an outdoor grill: basting frequently with sauce. We recommend cutting the Ribs into Riblettes before grilling. Cook them turning frequently until they have the perfect amount of char on them for you.
Gyro Beaf, Montreal Chicken, Corned Beaf and Smoked Deli Slices
You can eat this right out of the package on sandwiches, you can bake in a dish or fry in a skillet. The options are limitless...
Mostly used as an appetizer with vegan cheese and crackers. You can also add to pizzas, subs and wraps. Its an open road....
Teriyaki Beaf Strips
You can just warm them up and serve them in poke bowls, wraps, salads or a stir-fry.
Over medium high heat place a tbsp of olive oil in a frying pan and pan fry until edges turn a little darker brown. The bakun will crisp up more after removed from heat and allowed to sit.
*Vegan Meats are fully cooked prior to shipping*