One of the first recipes I ever posted after starting the blog was for Sage, Apple, and Sausage Sandwich with Field Roast. That’s right, way back in 2012. I had toured the Field Roast facility in Seattle and was inspired to create a dish using their unique meatless sausages. I started by mirroring the ingredients in the sausage itself: potatoes, onion, garlic, apples, and sage. In the last seven years, I’ve changed a bit, the blog has evolved, my food photography skills have improved somewhat, and the recipe, well…
I had a pack of Field Roast Smoked Apple Sage Sausage on hand recently and remembered this recipe. I made it and then remembered how surprisingly delicious it is! The recipe has withstood the test of time! It’s sweet and savory and full of all kinds of pleasing textures. It’s vegan as is, but once I sprinkle a little cheese on top it really, really tastes like a bowl of comfort food.
After this successful meal, it felt a little like the recipe had been resurrected; previously long-forgotten, at least by me. So, I thought it needed an update for 2020, especially now that the blog has a handy recipe plug-in that is a little more user-friendly for readers and because I want to bring it to the top of the pile again so perhaps someone will see it and give it a go in their kitchen. (And, it’s perfect on its own this time…no need to make it into a sandwich.)
So here you go. A handy one-pot meal that packs a flavorful, and plant-protein-rich, punch.
If you give this a try, let me know what you think. You’ll either help reinforce my idea that I can occasionally come up with a decent recipe or help me realize I should let sleeping dogs lie.
This is not a sponsored post. I’m a fan of Field Roast products and happily buy them on my own on a regular basis.