The Vegan Veggie Sandwich Even Meat Eaters Love doesn’t really need a set of instructions, because…sandwiches, right? But, as a former sandwich hustler in a fancy, full-service deli, I know for a fact that not everyone wants to think about how to properly rock a vegan veggie sandwich. So, I did it for you in an easy recipe…and a video.
The Vegan Veggie Sandwich Even Meat Eaters Love
Ok, the first thing this sandwich has going on…it uses everyday ingredients (my fav!)…meaning, there’s no weird, funky-textured, meat-wannabe products in this bad boy. It’s just straight…up…real! It’s a money saver too, because every one of these everyday ingredients can be used in multiple ways. Yeah, we like that!
The next thing it has going on…it’s super-duper versatile! I mean, you don’t have to stick to my list of ingredients to make the sandwich. You can use your own. I just wanna inspire you to make more vegan veggie sandos…even if you’re feeding a meat eater, cause if you do it right, they might not put up a fuss.
Ok, lastly, this sandwich is ridiculously healthy and so dang good! There’s no dairy or animal products, and it uses mostly fresh vegetables, which means plant-powered nutrition! And of course it’s gluten-free friendly…I mean, what with all the GF bread choices these days? Dooood! Everybody wins!
You will need the following ingredients for The Vegan Veggie Sandwich Even Meat Eaters Love:
- sliced bread
- green leafy lettuce
- microgreens or sprouts
- red bell pepper or tomatoes (or both!)
- red onion
- [optional] extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper
Kitchen tools I use for this recipe:
- cutting board
- chef’s knife
- sandwich spreader
Guys, remember, I’m technically a sometimes vegan…but I love eating healthy and I love the challenge of writing animal-free recipes that rock. So, check out my other vegan sandwiches…like Chickpea Avocado Smash [Not For The Vegan Only] and Chickpea Smash: Eggless Egg Salad. And with zucchini season slowly approaching, grab my Garden Zoodle Veggie Wrap.
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