Discussion in 'Vegetarian' started by MoonjavaSeed, Jan 29, 2005.
i miss chicken wings....mostly for their sauce....what could i dip in there that would taste ok?
tofu triangles? those fake nuggets? fries?
I dip fries in barbeque sauce and buffalo wing sauce or hot sauce...whatever it's called.
Get the Gardenburger Chick'n Wings, they are smothered in hot sauce and taste real good.
Peace and Love,
huh? whats gardenburger?
Gardenburger is a vegetarian foods company, which sells numerous soy mock meats and other meatless foods. Gardenburger foods are sold in the frozen foods departments of most large grocery store chains in the U.S. I am unsure whether they are sold in any other countries. Here is their website: www.gardenburger.com .
Morningstar Farms, a vegetarian foods company which is also a very common fixture in U.S. grocery stores at least, also has spicy soy buffalo wings. Here is their website. www.morningstarfarms.com .
Or you could just get some soy "chicken" patties and dip them in BBQ or wing sauce.
morning star buffalo spiced "wings"
anything! bread, chips... experiment. that's one of the greatest things about vegitarianism - discovering new ways to do things.
You can make "wings" out of seitan (gluten). Just buy or make some, cut it into the desired sized pieces, I'd say bake the pieces through and then coat them with the sauce, and bake a little more. You probably will find the best way to do it, being a wing lover.
Morning star Chik Patties are really good in all dipping sauces, and can be found at most regular grocery stores. They don't taste too chicken like (which i actually prefer) but taste really good with ranch, ketchup, honey mustard...really anything...try that
I go for potato wedges. It's a junk food craving.
We also use buffalo wing sauce in beans to add kick (then my sweetie breaks out the habaneros...)
hey, I was cruising Tribe and the SAME idea is swirling over there. One poster suggested the potato chunks fried, with soy/rice cream "cheese" and the wing sauce...might work. Sounds rich, tho.
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