are you looking for just a meatless meal or two a week?
are you having a hard time figuring out exactly what to eat?
do you need something fast?
do you miss your fast-food favorites?
drive-thru your kitchen for this easy, amazing treat!
a spicy chicken sandwich from wendy’s or chick-fil-a was my favorite fast food item. occasionally i get a craving for my old favorite. eating plant-based doesn’t mean i have to give up any of the taste. i just re-create a harm-free version of my old fast food favorites. you can, too.
everything for this recipe can be found in your local health food store and some general grocery stores, too. being vegan means you read the labels, once, in the grocery store. once you figure out what’s what, it is really, really easy.
TIPS: when reading labels, be aware that vegetarian doesn’t mean vegan. watch for milk, other dairy products, and eggs. if you want specific stores or brands that i prefer, email me through the website!
vegan hamburger buns
vegan chicken patties, spicy optional
vegan butter or olive oil
note: you can either make this in the oven or in the microwave. if using the oven, pre-heat to 350°.
sauté pan. rubber spatula. cutting board. sharp knife. baking sheet (if using oven).
wash potatoes and poke a few holes in them with a knife. bake potatoes for 10 minutes in the oven on a baking sheet or cook potatoes in the microwave for 2 minutes. allow potatoes to cool slightly before cutting into desired shape (wedges, fries, cubes, or slices).
melt butter or olive oil in sauté pan
and cook potatoes for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally until golden brown.
spread mayo on hamburger buns and load sliced pickles on one side of the bun.
bake chicken patties in the oven on a baking sheet for 8 minutes or microwave
patties for 2 minutes.
once patty is completely heated, assemble the sandwich and
serve immediately with potatoes and ketchup.
can you taste it?
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