Chef AJ

Chef AJ

Posted April 1, 2010

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What to serve at Easter

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People keep asking me what to serve at Easter that they can eat and their non-vegan friends will like.  My recommendation is this Hearty Lentil Loaf.  You can make it even easier by buying the pre-steamed 19 ounce box of lentils at Trader Joes.  It looks beautiful served on a bed of kale garnished with walnut halves and if there are any leftovers it makes great cold sandwiches the next day.  I like to serve it with a fruit sweetened cranberry relish.  My husbad likes his with ketchup or BBQ sauce, and I have friends who like theirs with gravy or even salsa and guacamole.  How you top it is up to you.  We do not use any sugar, oil or salt in our home (or in our recipes).  Everything is just whole food goodness.  If you can't find sundried tomato powder, just buy regular sundried tomatoes (not the oil packed kind) and grind them in a blender or coffee grinder.  If you try this recipe, be sure and let me know how you like it.  And Happy Easter and Happy Passover.

Love & Kale,

Chef AJ