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PETA’s Vegan Cook-Off Contest: Patricia’s Quick Veggie Chicken Patties

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Maybe this is PETA’s version of “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” Earlier, we shared Sid’s delicious egg-free pecan pie recipe, and Patricia Hayne’s bird-free Quick Veggie Chicken Patties would be a great entrée to precede that dessert and help you convince family and friends not to be among those who eat an average of 26 chickens a year.


Quick Veggie Chicken Patties

1 pkg. Yves Ground Chicken
Generous sprinkling of coarse ground black pepper
Chopped green onions, to taste
2 1/2 Tbsp. Tofutti Sour Cream
Equivalent of 2 eggs (4 Tbsp. water plus 3 tsp. egg replacer)
Olive oil
Cranberry sauce

? Place the Yves Ground Chicken in a large bowl. Break it up with a fork.
? Add the black pepper and green onions.
? Add the Tofutti sour cream and the egg-replacer mixture. Mix well.
? Heat the olive oil in a frying pan. Drop a large spoonful of the mixture into the oil and flatten with a fork or spatula.
? Cook on medium heat until golden brown.
? Serve with cranberry sauce.

Makes about 1 dozen patties

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