Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Memorial Day #Vegan Casserole #AirFryer

Any time our vegan daughter is going to be at a family gathering, I make a vegan dish so she doesn't have to subsist on raw vegetables. I mean, she generally brings dishes to please others, dishes she can't eat, so it seems only right.

The vegan dishes generally get eaten by everybody, anyway.

I wanted to make a casserole, but I didn't want to heat up the oven. So, in part to test drive my new kitchen gadget, I used my hot air fryer to cook different veg in batches.

First, I put all the veges into a big bag with some olive oil and seasoned salt and smooshed them around. Then I separated them and fired up the hot air fryer.

As each finished, I put it in a vegan-margarine-greased casserole dish.

When all were done, I tossed them to mix them. I warmed up some Tofutti vegan cream cheese and stirred in some capers (I love capers!) and chopped green onions. Baked it to heat all the veg again and to sort of melt the "cream cheese".

That's yellow squash, broccoli, mushrooms, and potatoes. Any veg would do.

I'm posting at my blog today about something fancy Charlie and I had when our fancy lunch fell through.


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