Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash with @BeyondMeat Crumbles

Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash with #beyondmeat crumbles on Canned-Time.com   

My first attempt at using Beyond Meat products went so well yesterday.  I can’t wait now to try out all their other non-meat products in my recipes.  It was kinda weird using ‘meat’ again?  The taste in this hash was spot on.  I originally planned on mixing up just a simple vegetable spicy hash with potatoes, onion and some yellow squash I needed to use.  This turned out much more tasty with red beets, celery, Southwestern seasonings, a tiny touch of liquid smoke, and of course,

the Beyond Meat Feisty Crumbles.

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 I purchased this 11 oz. bag at Whole Foods Grocery.  They were on sale for $4.99 which made them comparable to what a package of lean ground beef would have been for the recipe anyway.  11 grams of protein per serving.  The product’s main component is pea protein.  Who’d a thought?  A very tasty alternative to meat I’d say.  I can’t wait to use this ‘Feisty’ Beyond Meat in chili and Sloppy Joes.  And if I had known the southwestern flavors would be so good, I most likely would have picked up some chips to scoop up my hash with.  It really is a perfect Mexican dish as well.  My vegetables in the hash are seasoned with dry BBQ flavors but you could take this any way you’d like.  Italian, Greek.  I’ll be trying a lot of different varieties now.  Can’t wait!

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So, back to my veggie hash.

Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash with #beyondmeat crumbles on Canned-Time.com

I really loved all the veggies soaked up in the BBQ flavors.  I sautéd the onion, celery and beet pieces first in some Earth Balance and then added in the potatoes and squash.  If you don’t want all your veggies to have a pink tint (like mine did from the beets) then use yellow beets or cook the beets first and they’ll lose a bit of there color.  But the whole dish did workout texture wise and I was really pleased to have it mixed in with the ‘beef crumbles’ as I’ve said.  It would be a great dish without that, so don’t Foofoo it if you can’t get your hands on some Beyond Meat yet. 

Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash
Serves 4
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Ingredients
  1. 2 - 3 Tbs. Vegan Butter
  2. 1 Red Onion, diced
  3. 1 Medium Beet, diced
  4. 1 Medium Potato, diced
  5. 2 Celery Stalks, diced
  6. 1 large Yellow Squash, diced
  7. 1 small Jalapeno, diced
  8. 1 11 oz. package of @BeyondMeat Crumbles *Feisty flavor
  9. 1/4 tsp liquid Smoke (optional)
  10. 1 Tbs. Tamari Soy Sauce (Gluten Free)
  11. 1 Tbs. BBQ powdered rub of choice
Instructions
  1. In a medium size sauce oven safe pan, preferably an iron skillet, heat butter, onion, celery and beets. Saute until they have softened some stirring while they cook up. Add in all other ingredients. Stir to combine and cook on medium heat for about 10 minutes. Preheat oven to 325. Remove from stovetop.
  2. Move your pan to the oven and cook an additional 15 minutes, covered. Broil for 5 more minutes uncovered to brown the top some. Serve hot with salad or soups.
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 Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash with #beyondmeat crumbles on Canned-Time.com

You have to try this one.  Hope you’re having a great week and be sure to stop back on Friday for a guest post from Jonny Fresh featuring his new E-book.  Plus, Friday is the last day to enter to win a copy of Gena’s new book.  Don’t miss it!  ♥

 

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6 thoughts on “Southwestern BBQ Vegetable Hash with @BeyondMeat Crumbles

  1. narf77

    I doubt that we can get those crumble thingos here but that won’t stop me. I can sub something, beans? I love spuds and any way that I can shovel them into my pie hole is A.O.K. by me ;)

  2. An Unrefined Vegan

    That looks crazy good! Sadly for me – – I was at Whole Foods Tulsa this morning and was planning on picking up this product so I could make your recipe – – and they only have the Beyond Meat strips! Yes, I got some of those, but it sure would’ve been nice to have some crumbles.

  3. Angela @ Canned Time

    They’re supposed to have them at Safeway now too but I haven’t seen them. And I don’t know where they would be in Safeway either. You’ll have to let us all know how the strips go. Probably just me being weird but my mind was like……..I can’t eat this! Tasted just like a hearty hash like the old days.

  4. The Vegan 8

    I haven’t tried any of the Beyond meat products yet, but I’m sure they are tasty. Your recipe look soooo good and honestly, it’s 2 in the morning right now and I’m trying to catch up on everything and I’m growling looking at this. Sounds so delicious right now. I have had Field Roast sausages and they were divine…even my hubby liked them!

    1. Angela @ Canned Time Post author

      I’m sure that sausage would be great in this if you can’t get the crumbles Brandi. It’s one of those dishes vegans stop making from their childhood I think, corn beef hash I mean so I’m happy to have it back in small quantities.
      BTW my monthly blogger guest event next year will be a family favorite recipe that everyone has Veganized. I’m hoping to have you contribute again like you did the “Breakfast in bed fest”
      So early of course but I wanted those bloggers scheduled for early 2015 to have plenty of time to think.
      Thanks as always for your comments Girl. I do appreciate the feedback and sorry about the stomach growling ♡

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