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vegan bacon mushroom melt

vegan bacon mushroom melt_hot for food

Just try and turn away when you see those fast food commercials with the melty meaty sandwiches on TV. It’s gross, but you can’t. They somehow make fast food look so tasty in advertisements! The good news is that you can make a tasty bacon mushroom melt totally vegan. The best part is it’s SUPER easy! Vegan cheese and coconut bacon will have your non-vegan friends glad they stayed in for dinner! 

Not only have I created this veganized fast food sandwich, I did the same to the classic Big Mac! Get my the recipe here. Missing non-vegan fast food joints yet? Me, neither! 

vegan bacon mushroom melt_hot for food

vegan bacon mushroom melt_hot for food
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vegan bacon mushroom melt

Satisfy your bacon cravings, the vegan way, with this tasty bacon mushroom melt!

Course Main Course, sandwiches
Cuisine American
Keyword bacon mushroom melt, coconut bacon, sandwiches, vegan melt, vegan sandwiches
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 2 x 6" sandwiches
Author Lauren Toyota

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. In a non-stick pan over medium heat, sauté thinly sliced onions in coconut oil. Get them slightly caramelized, which should take between 12 to 15 minutes. Then add mushrooms and continue to cook for another 8 to 10 minutes. Once all the water is out of the mushrooms and they're soft and brown, divide the mixture in half in the pan and create portions that are about the length and width of the baguettes. Turn the heat down to low or right off and break up the jack cheese wedge into chunks and place them on top of the mushrooms and onions in an even fashion. Place a lid on the pan and let it melt while you prep the bread and any sides for your sandwich.

  2. Slice the baguettes in half and lightly toast. Spread vegan butter on either side. Then once the cheese looks melted and gooey, lift the mushroom mixture with melted cheese with a spatula and place directly on the bottom slice of each baguette. Sprinkle with coconut bacon, place the top slice of baguette on top and cut in half.

Recipe Notes

Look for the Daiya Jack Style Wedge used in this recipe here

 

 

1 comment

  • Matt Wennerstrom 2 years ago

    This sounds good!! I’ve been doing searches for ‘vegan philly cheeseteak’ and this seems pretty close….do you happen to have made a philly cheesesteak?

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