As Thanksgiving approaches I am reminded of how grateful I am to have so many I people I love. People I love to cook for. Also how much I wish there were less traffic and intense planning leading up to said cooking…
But never mind that now.
I’ve noticed that quite a few folks are still looking for Thanksgiving mains that don’t involve poultry or meat of any kind. Yup, it’s sort of last minute, but hey, I haven’t decided what’s going into my sweet potato dish yet either.
That’s a lie, I’m just trying to make you feel better…
Anyway, as a guest, it’s always so nice to have a vegetarian dish that doesn’t feel like a side dish, an afterthought. So if you are trying to make a vegetarian welcome (or convince your Omni family that plants taste amazing!) this is one of my favorite creations from the recent past, and fits that bill nicely. It’s got great texture and is hearty and savory enough not to feel like “just a pile of vegetables.” Serve it slathered in cranberry sauce or veggie gravy or a tangy cashew cream and I’m sure you’ll wow your guest so.
Thanksgiving Stuffing Skillet Bake
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A savory and hearty vegetarian dish that feels like a main course, no poultry required.