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The ultimate vegan kebabs

Heres a super tasty kebab recipe with 3 main components some spiced jack fruit, garlic mayo and a easy to make chilli sauce.

Our friend Marty AKA the king of kebabs, always says a good kebab should drip all over you as its so full of sauces and flavour! This is a wonderful kebab where we use jack fruit to to give a real bite along with an easy to make chilli sauce and garlic mayo, this make a wonderful lunch of delicious dinner.

 

Takes 25 mins

Serves 4

Ingredients:

Chilli sauce:

6 mild red chillis

1 can chopped tomatoes

1 onion

100ml apple juice

3 tbsp ACV

2 tbsp maple syrup

2 tsp chilli powder

1 tsp of salt

 

Garlic mayo sauce

8 cloves of roasted garlic or else 4 tsp of garlic powder

300ml soy milk

1 tbsp smooth mustard dijon

Pinch salt and black pepper

Juice of 1/2 lime

300ml sunflower oil

 

Spiced Jack fruit/ mushrooms

1 tin of jack fruit (400g)/  mushrooms of choice

2 tbsp of Tamari

2 tsp of maple syrup

5 tbsp of chilli sauce (from above)

 

To Serve:

1 x pack of 4 Wholemeal pitta breads OR 1 pack of tortillas/

100g of chopped lettuce or leaves of choice

1 red onion

50g Cherry tomatoes

Pickled chillis to serve

 

 

For the chilli sauce:

In a blender add all ingredients and blend till smooth.

Pour into a saucepan and bring to the boil, reduce to simmer and leave to reduce for 10 mins stirring occasionally. Taste and adjust the seasoning to your pallet. Remove and allow to cool

 

For the garlic mayo

In a blender add all ingredients less the oil and blend till smooth, slowly add in the oil keeping the blender going at a slow speed, blend at a slow speed allowing it to emulsify and come together. 

 

Spiced Jack fruit/ mushrooms

Drain and rinse the jack fruit

Slice the jack fruit/ mushrooms finely in the pan

Add the 2 tbsp of oil to the non stick pan and fry for 4-8 mins until it starts to dry out and brown slightly.

Add the Tamari along with the maple syrup and chilli sauce and allow it to cook for 3-4 mins stirring occasionally. Remove from the heat and set aside.

 

To serve:

Toast wholemeal pitta bread or lightly heat your tortillas on a dry frying pan for 1 mins on each side.

Use a scissors to open it up the pitta bread.

Stuff in the following:

Add a generous serving of garlic sauce, a good 2 tbsp of chilli sauce

A good serving of leaves

Some cherry tomato and onions

Pickled chillis on top

Some jack fruit on top

Extra chilli sauce to serve

 

Enjoy!

 

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