neat – Vegan – Southwest Mix (5.5 oz.) – Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Soy Free, Meat Substitute Mix

A healthy replacement for ground beef made with pecans, sweet potato and black beans with the spice of ancho chili peppers so you feel the sweet and the heat! This is a shelf-stable, dry mix product. Serve in place of ground beef for burgers, stuffed peppers, pizza topping and more. Each pouch produces the equivalent

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A healthy replacement for ground beef made with pecans, sweet potato and black beans with the spice of ancho chili peppers so you feel the sweet and the heat! This is a shelf-stable, dry mix product. Serve in place of ground beef for burgers, stuffed peppers, pizza topping and more. Each pouch produces the equivalent of 1 pound of ground beef. Since it already contains the vegan neat egg in the mix, all you need to do is add water and mix well. It’s that simple! To make burgers, form neat into burger patties (add veggies if you’d like!) and cook in a non-stick skillet for approximately 3 minutes on each side. To make neat balls, form into balls and bake in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15-18 minutes. The possibilities are endless!

Product Features

  • Gluten-free and soy-free
  • Non-GMO project verified
  • Kosher / Vegan / Vegetarian
  • 4 servings per container
  • Great for camping! No refrigeration required.

Comments

BEVERLY MARSHALL says:

… in bread recipes and they come out just as good as with fresh eggs I use this as an egg substitue in bread recipes and they come out just as good as with fresh eggs.

Patrick Von Hyperborea says:

works well with a bit of a trick during cooking Not too bad ,I mixed the two eggs and two tablespoons of water together then added the mix.It starts out as a paste but then cooks into crumbles ,one trick is to add a ounce of water about two or three times as you cook.As the neat starts to get too dry add water to hot pan as you would to “steam” vegetables ,then use a plastic spatula to group dried bits together .The mix is much like very lean meat and you might want to add some taco seasoning as it is not seasoned that strong.Works…

Zed says:

Meatball subs! As a meatball, this stuff is awesome! The first time I made them, they were dry and unappetizing. The second time, I added a tiny bit more water and a tiny bit of oil. Perfection!I love that I can completely understand the ingredients. Some of the other meat substitutes are so heavily processed that I’m not convinced they are better for you. My husband loves these as meatballs too! I tried the Mexican version as ground in a skillet and wasn’t super impressed. Hubby found it suitable…

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