The Cajun Vegan Shrimp and Grits dish is the perfect combination of a low fat, cholesterol free, vegan version of a Southern fried shrimp dish. The dish features a vegan shrimp made from soy, a vegan gravy, brown rice, and vegan cheese served over grits perfect for a late-night session. Enjoy shrimp without the guilt, with this vegan friendly dish!
Which Vegan Cheese Is Best?
Some vegan cheeses are absolutely delicious, but which is best? I am a huge cheese lover, but I’m trying to cut back on dairy and find some substitutes. I’ve tried all the vegan cheeses, and I’m including a list of pros and cons for each. Pros and cons for vegan cheeses include the following: Miyoko’s Creamery – This one is absolutely amazing. It’s rich, creamy, and has the perfect flavor.
Tofutti – This one is great for cooking, and it melts and tastes really good. Vegan Gourmet – I like this one, but it’s a little pricey. These are the best vegan cheeses that I have tried: 1. Field Roast Chao Slices 2. Kite Hill Soft Fresh Sheese 3. Miyoko’s Creamery Cultured Nut Cheese 4. Field Roast Smoked Coconut Cheese 5. Miyoko’s Creamery Aged Nut Cheese 6. Daiya Shredded Cheese.
How To Cook Grits
Grits are a Southern staple often eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. They are made of corn kernels that have been boiled in water and then simmered in butter or bacon grease. Grits are typically eaten with salt and pepper and served with grilled or fried country ham, eggs, and buttered toast. You will need 1 cup of grits, 1 cup of milk, 1 teaspoon of salt, 2 tablespoons of butter, and 1/4 teaspoon of black pepper.
Start by boiling the water in a saucepan and adding the milk, salt, pepper, and butter. Once everything is mixed well, add the grits. Stir to all the grits are mixed and then turn the heat off and cover the pot. Allow the grits to sit for five minutes and then stir the mixture and allow it to sit for five more minutes.
Cajun Vegan Shrimp & Grits Recipe
I had been looking for something spicy and delicious to make for dinner this evening, look no more. The shrimp are made of tofu and are seasoned with garlic, paprika, thyme, and other spices. I was able to whip this dish up in half an hour, and it was spicier than I had imagined. I had never heard of vegan shrimp before I stumbled across this recipe by accident.
The recipe is vegan, gluten-free, and contains no refined sugar, making it a healthier option that’s still delicious. The grits are made with white beans and corn, while the “shrimp” is made from walnut pieces, zucchini, and nutritional yeast. Adding a few spices and seasonings, like Old Bay, to the shrimp will give it a more authentic flavor. Serve with a side of fresh fruit and a dash of hot sauce. Watch the video below to make this amazing recipe for your family.