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We made this recipe for dinner last night and thought it was good. It was especially nice because I had all of the ingredients on hand. While I liked it, there are some other vegetarian loaf recipes we like more. However, this recipe is definitely healthier than the loafs I typically enjoy. I did use scotch in this recipe. I served with parsnip and potato mash. A tasty autumn meal. Thanks!
We love this recipe. Notes: Before adding the oats, get out your stick blender and pulse the mixture a few times for better texture. I use whiskey instead of scotch, since I don't like scotch.
It's a shame that this recipe has been given such a disgusting name--it's far better than the name implies.
Sriraccha sauce (hot chile) is fab on this if you want some heat to it. Ain't nothing wrong with that.
I had this for dinner and it tasted very good. However I was concerned that the recipe did not specify that the beans and lentils should be cooked before using. I think they should be, as the kidney beans did not seem done enough to me. Next time (and there will be a next time), I will cook the beans ahead of time or possibly use canned beans.
This was very good! I forgot to put the foil on when I baked it, but it was still great. The scotch flavor was just a hair strong. I guess it depends on what scotch you use. I might reduce it by 1/8cup and compensate with a little more water. Served with a recipe for rumpledethumps I found here, this was a great Scottish dinner!
This tasted great. Maybe not entirely convincing, but that's not a huge deal. I might try processing the ingredients first though to make it more meat-like.
please note that soy sauce contains wheat ... try gluten free tamari sauce instead. i found mine at the health food store.