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Savory Vegan Breakfast | Roadhouse Hash

This is a savory vegan breakfast will keep you from ever missing eggs or hash again. Roadhouse Hash is so versatile, it is a great dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

This roadhouse hash is special because it’s…

  • Hearty
  • Amazingly filling
  • Packed with protein
  • Uniquely different
  • Fresh
  • Super flavorful

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One of the main ingredients in this recipe is a deliciously healthy and filling food called bulgur.

Bulgur is a wheat grain found in many grocery stores. It cooks just like rice, either on a stovetop or in a rice cooker. It has a ground beef texture and natural nutty flavor.

wooden spoon with cooked bulgur beside wooden spoon with uncooked bulgur

What I like about it is that it soaks up the flavors of whatever sauces you are using it in. I use bulgur in many recipes, including chili beans, tacos, lasagna, no-meat loaf, and more.

I like to make large batches of bulgur in my rice cooker and keep it in the freezer to easily add to recipes.

cooked bulgur in pan on wooden table
Bulgur is loaded with fiber and phytonutrients.

In addition to bulgur, this recipe is also packed with great fresh veggies and protein-packed red kidney beans. Vegetables include grated carrots, diced bell peppers, and green onions

How to make roadhouse hash

Grate carrots (or purchase already grated), dice bell pepper and green onions.

A full list of ingredients, measurements, instructions, and a print button can be found in the recipe card at the bottom of the page.

diced veggies for road house hash

If using canned kidney beans, drain and rinse them.

In a large skillet, add veggie broth, onions, carrots, and bell peppers. Saute for 3-4 minutes.

veggies in pan

Add tofu and all seasonings. Stir to incorporate well. If needed, add a little more veggie broth to keep from sticking.

vegan road house hash with tofu

Add cooked bulgur and kidney beans. Mix well and continue to cook for about 5 minutes. NOTE: Bulgur is a wheat grain found in most grocery stores. It cooks just like rice, either on a stovetop or in a rice cooker.

All of the mentioned recipes can be found on this blog by using the search bar above on the right. I like to make large batches in my rice cooker and keep it in the freezer to easily add to recipes.

vegan road house hash in pan

Serve warm! I like it spooned over bulgur or brown rice.

Plant-based vegan sausage makes a great addition when serving this for breakfast. It is one of the many products that I like to order from MamaSezz meal delivery service. It comes ready to heat and eat, and it can also be frozen.

*Originally published October 7, 2016.

Is tofu healthy?

Some people are not too sure about tofu, because it contains phytoestrogens. Turns out, phytoestrogens are very health promoting and are not at all like our body’s natural estrogen that can cause harm and lead to disease.

This makes so much sense, because the countries that consume the most soy, such as Japan and China, have the lowest rates of cancer and chronic disease. This short video will explain the benefits of soy.

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Other great breakfast recipes

You might consider adding a little Smoked Tempeh Bacon for an even heartier meal to start the day!

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Smoked Tempeh Bacon


Road House Hash

Savory Vegan Breakfast | Roadhouse Hash

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

This is a savory vegan breakfast will keep you from ever missing eggs or hash again. Roadhouse Hash is so versatile, it is a great dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup veggie broth
  • 1/2 cup carrots, grated
  • 1/2 cup red or green bell peppers, diced
  • 1/2 cup green onions, diced
  • 1/2 tsp tumeric
  • 1 cup red kidney beans
  • 2 Tbsp nutritional yeast flakes
  • 1/2 cup cooked bulgur
  • 1 pkg tofu, firm
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 Tbsp Braggs Amino or soy sauce
  • 2 Tbsp parsley flakes

Instructions

  1. Grate carrots (or purchase already grated), diced bell pepper and green onions.
  2. If using canned kidney beans, drain and rinse them.
  3. In a large skillet, add veggie broth, onions, carrots, and bell peppers. Saute for 3-4 minutes.
  4. Add drained and pressed tofu and all seasonings. Stir to incorporate well. If needed, add a little more veggie broth to keep from sticking.
  5. Add cooked bulgur and kidney beans. Mix well and continue to cook for about 5 minutes. NOTE: Bulgur is a wheat grain found in most grocery stores. It cooks just like rice, either on a stovetop or in a rice cooker. It has a ground beef texture and natural nutty flavor. What I like about it is that it soaks up the flavors of whatever sauces you are using it in. I use bulgur in many recipes, including chili beans, tacos, lasagna, no-meat loaf, and more. All of the mentioned recipes can be found on this blog by using the search bar above on the right. I like to make large batches in my rice cooker and keep it in the freezer to easily add to recipes.
  6. Serve warm! I like it spooned over bulgur or brown rice.

Notes

  Detailed instructions, in-process photos, and my personal helpful tips can be found in the article above.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 232Total Fat: 1.7gCarbohydrates: 48.4gFiber: 12.5gProtein: 17.3g

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gail

Monday 10th of October 2016

If gluten intolerant, what can you use in place of the bulgur?

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Monday 10th of October 2016

I think brown rice would be a good substitute for bulgur in this.