A recipe that is an invitation to play! One glance at these ingredients immediately suggests a loaf with a distinctly "vegetarian" slant, but interestingly (for an otherwise "vegetarian" recipe), this recipe also contains meat. The recipe specifies "steak", but obviously you could make it with any ground or minced meat. You can also vary the ratio between the meat and the nuts, vary the chopped vegetable you include and experiment with different nuts, depending on your preferences. Except for listing ?minced steak? as ?minced meat?, and having to replace the reference to "vegetable salt" with an ingredient which conformed to Recipezaar's recognised ingredients (I decided herb-seasoned salt was most compatible with the spirit of the other ingredients), I've posted this recipe with the ingredients and directions exactly as I found them in Dorothy Hall's 'The Natural Health Cookbook'. Take up the invitation ? and enjoy playing!
- add 1 teaspoon herb-seasoned salt
- add black pepper
- add 1 egg
- add 1 cup nuts
- add 1 cup celery
- add 3 cups whole-wheat breadcrumbs
- add 1 cup onions
- add 1 cup vegetable stock or soy milk
- add 750 g minced meat
- add 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce or soy sauce
- add 1 cup tomatoes
- Mix steak, tomato, 1 onion, 1 cup breadcrumbs, stock or soy milk and beaten eggs.
- Mix thoroughly.
- Place meat mixture on bottom of a greased loaf dish.
- Mix together remaining ingredients and place on top of meat mixture.
- Cover with remaining meat mixture.
- Bake in moderate oven for 1 - 1½ hours.
- Cool for five minutes before removing from the dish.