This was really tasty. I cooked this for vegan thanksgiving, and it was a hit, even with the omnies. I caught some flack for it not being a "loaf" (read: the slices didn't hold together) but I stuck the leftovers in the refrigerator and got some very cohesive slices from it the next day. I'd say if you want a really good slice, let it chill and then reheat, although it is still very tasty slices or no. highly recommended.
Absolutely delicious-my hubby and I both loved it. I have made this several times and tweaked it a bit this last time. I added about a cup of quick cook oats and some barbecue sauce. It was incredibly good. Thank you so very much for posting this!
As suggested, I brought this as a vegetarian option to a Christmas Eve dinner last night. Yum!! I doubled the recipe so had to improvise on the baking dish. Thus I wasn't really looking for it hold together as a loaf. And I'm currently on the Candida diet. So, for the cashew gravy, I substituted coconut flour, which I upped to 3 Tbs, and gluten-free tamari for the soy sauce. That gravy is DELICIOUS, and the recipe makes a huge amount! I will definitely freeze some to use with future dishes.
I made this, along with the Yummy Vegan Gravy #376771 (thanks for the suggestion, MangoMom!), for my meat loving husband and he proclaimed a half a dozen times during dinner how much he liked it. What a hardy, delicious and filling mean-yum! This recipe is going into our regular dinner menu rotation.
This was delicious. It didn't hold together as a loaf for me but it still tasted great. Made for PAC Spring 12
I LOVE this! I make plenty so I have leftovers for delicious lunches the rest of the week. I first tried it with the cashew gravy that you posted, but felt the cashews overwhelmed the dish, so I now use a different recipe which I've posted (376771). Thank you for this excellent recipe!
Wow this was good. Our family has vegetarian night a couple times a week and we decided to give this a spin. It was excellant! I did not serve it with the gravy as I only had enough cashews for this recipe and besides I felt too lazy to make gravy. :) I did not have the wild rice so I just doubled the amount of brown rice. I ended up using 5 cups of broth. This did not come out to be slice-able as I would have expected with a "loaf" but maybe the 5 cups of broth was a tad too much. It still tasted great. I posted a picture. Thanks for the great recipe Sandy!