Paleo Vegan Gluten Free Nut Roast

Vegan Gluten Free Nut Roast

nut-roastI’ve been making this super easy, super tasty, vegan gluten free nut roast for years now and always get asked for the recipe around Christmas time. Yes my friends, we can no longer bury our heads in the sand, it’s happening next month!

This is the type of dish that sounds much more complicated than it actually is, which means brownie points for the cook and happy guests all round. It lends itself well as a side dish or as the main attraction if you’re catering for vegetarians. It’s versitle too, if you don’t have the nuts listed below you can substitute them for any others you do have (except peanuts). This is a fab dish for having up your sleeve when your non-meat eating friends and family come over.

Vegan Gluten Free Nut Roast Ingredients (for 6-8 portions):
150g cooked rice or quinoa
100g brazil nuts
100g pecan nuts
100g walnuts
100g grated mature cheddar or vegan equivalent 
100ml vegetable stock
50g finely chopped shallots
50g chopped sundried tomatoes
tbsp dried mixed herbs
tbsp dried sage
3 tbsp oil

– preheat your oven to 180C/350F/Gas Mark 4, and prepare a 20cm cake tin by greasing it thoroughly with oil

– either grind your nuts in a food processor or chop them finely by hand and combine in a large bowl

– add all the other ingredients except the stock and the rest of the oil, mix well 

– pour the stock over and mix again 

– press the mixture into your tin, ensuring it is nice and compact. Brush the top with the rest of the oil, and bake for 40 mins

– allow to cool a little before serving 

Tip: if you are catering for lots of people, double up the recipe and bake for an hour



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4 thoughts on “Paleo Vegan Gluten Free Nut Roast

  1. Hello,
    Can you cook it in advance and reheat? I have to take my veggie option with me to my brother’s for Christmas dinner!

  2. I’ve never had a nut roast but it sounds so yummy I am going to save it right now in my ‘to try’ recipe board. I’ll have to make it when Jumpy is out of the house, or maybe you could cook it for me next time I come all the way to yours (hint, hint!)… Thanks for joining in with #FreeFromFridays, it really means a lot xxxx

  3. Please let me know how you get on Denise. If you’re cooking it just for her you could halve the ingredients and bake for about half an hour instead.

  4. I will try this with my daughter – she’s very patient but getting fed up with lentils and chick pea fritters I imagine!  It sounds really tasty.



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