I can’t believe it’s vegan! Nachos!

I quite enjoy nachos. It’s a hearty meal for one if you get everything on it. I used TVP for this recipe. If you don’t know what that is, it’s textured vegetable protein. It’s like soy chunks, but like dried ground meat. Normally, I’ve always disliked it. That is until I knew how to properly prepare it… Like the soy chunks, you have to soak it in warm to slightly hot water for at least two hours. Then drain it. Then, squeeze out the water by hand. All the bitter stuff is hopefully in the water, and you’ve squeezed it out. You’ll need about half a cup of dried TVP for this recipe. After two hrs, it should triple in quantity. Saute a chopped onion on the stove in some olive oil. Add a tablespoon of chopped garlic. When they both brown slightly, add 1 teaspoon of chili powder, and 3 teaspoons of cumin powder. Add the “meat”, and about a cup of water. Mix throughout. Add salt to taste. Then add about 1/3 cup of chopped tomatoes. I only had salsa, so used that. Also, add, 2 tablespoons of ketchup, and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. Cook for 20 minutes. Add more water as necessary. Now assemble your nachos. Chips, the “meat”, and your favorite vegan cheese. I like daiya. Cook for ten minutes or until cheese melts.


After the oven

Next, top with your favourite toppings. I had cherry tomatoes and salad mix. Enjoy!




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