Try this delicious vegan steak sandwich, perfect for lunch or snack time! It’s extremely rich in flavors, has a wonderful texture and even it’s really easy to make.
Ok. You’ve probably noticed by now – this month is all about vegan sandwiches! 🙂 I started with my vegan BLT sandwich, continued with a delicious grilled eggplant sandwich, and now I come up with a new idea – vegan steak sandwich!
I am currently hosting an awesome campaign for Schar Romania, focused on making the best, healthy, gluten-free sandwiches! 🙂 This sandwich-making contest is available only for Romanian residents, so I talked about it in detail on the Romanian version of this recipe.
This is why I am creating so many sandwich recipes. I want to prove that sandwiches don’t have to be boring! You can make awesome, healthy, vegan sandwiches in just a couple of minutes. These are perfect for a lunch on the go, at the office or at school. They’re kid-friendly too!
Want to grow oyster mushrooms at home? Check out this mushroom farm kit!
I hope these recipes will inspire you to upgrade your sandwich-making game and play with new ingredient combos! No more highly processed foods when making sandwiches – go for whole ingredients instead!
P.S. You need to try my vegan steak recipe. It’s amazing! It is a bit more complicated (video soon), but totally worth it! If you have any questions, drop me a message. 🙂
P.P.S. Oyster mushrooms are the perfect meat replacements for these vegetarian steak sandwiches. Try my vegan pulled pork burger and see for yourself!
Vegan Steak Sandwich
Try this delicious vegan steak sandwich, perfect for lunch or snack time! It's extremely rich in flavors, has a wonderful texture and even it's really easy to make.
- 4 Ciabattini rolls, I used gluten-free rolls by Schar
- 4 large Oyster mushrooms
- 4 lettuce leaves
- 1 tomato, sliced
- 2 canned roasted peppers, halved optional, but recommended
- 4 thin tofu slices
- 1 large onion, julienned
- 2 Tbsps oil
- 4 tsps mustard
- salt and pepper, to taste
- Heat 1 Tbsp of oil in a pan. Add julienned onion. Saute on medium-high for 1 minute, then turn the heat to low and caramelize onions for 7-8 minutes, until soft and sweet.
- In another pan, heat the rest of the oil. Fry each mushroom on both sides, for 3 minutes per side. Season with salt and pepper and remove from heat when ready.
- Make the sandwiches by cutting the Ciabattini in half, and spreading mustard on each side.
- Layer the remaining ingredients, mentioned in the ingredients list, plus the caramelized onions.
- Serve hot.
Amount Per Serving Calories 724Total Fat 37.1gCarbohydrates 45.4gProtein 52g
Sunday 29th of July 2018
Super filling and easy to make. I love to take these in a Tupperware container to work. Yum!
Friday 3rd of August 2018
Yup, it's perfect for lunch! :D