Nutloaf w/ Red Pepper Ketchup

Nutloaf w/ Red Pepper Ketchup

This is one of those easy recipes that even those who are meat eaters will love. Made popular by Hippocrates Health Institute I couldn’t resist sharing it here.

Nutloaf w/ Red Pepper Ketchup
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Better than meatloaf and great for meatless Mondays. This is satiating enough for even the hungriest man or pickiest child.
Servings
1 Loaf
Servings
1 Loaf
Nutloaf w/ Red Pepper Ketchup
Print Recipe
Better than meatloaf and great for meatless Mondays. This is satiating enough for even the hungriest man or pickiest child.
Servings
1 Loaf
Servings
1 Loaf
Ingredients
Red Pepper Ketchup
Servings: Loaf
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl, combine all ingredients except celery and onion. Mix well
  2. Blend all ingredients until as smooth as possible.
  3. Mix in the onion and celery by hand.
  4. Form into loaf shape on a dehydrator tray or you can use the oven. Use unbleached parchment paper underneath. If in a dehydrator keep it there o low over night. If using the oven use the lowest temperature and keep an eye on it. You may want to bring the time down to 4 hours and then check.
  5. Once the loaf is finished, add the "ketchup" and dehydrate for another 2-3 hours in a dehydrator or an hour in the oven on the lowest setting.
  6. slice and serve
Ketchup
  1. In a blender combine all the ingredients or the ketchup. Blend well and season to taste.
  2. Celery powder is made by dehydrating celery then grinding it to a powder in a spice grinder or dry blender. I prefer to make my own rather than store bought, less toxic junk. If you can't do this then make sure it is MSG free.
Recipe Notes

All my ingredients are dehydrated in my own kitchen. If you are local to Ottawa and looking to purchase dehydrated, organic, GMO free garlic powder, celery powder or any other spice please do not hesitate to contact me. info@thewildcarrot.ca

 

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