Servings: 8 to 10
This meatless, dairy-free version of the Greek mainstay tastes as rich as the classic version, and it holds together well when sliced and served.
The dish can be assembled up to 1 day ahead and refrigerated, covered. Let come to room temperature before baking.
Read the recipe several times before attempting, so many instructions! I used a prepared tomato sauce instead of roasting plum tomatoes. Not a vegan so I prepared the mash with butter and cream. Delicious but a bit time consuming to prep.
Whew!!! What a lot of unnecessary work! These instructions are utterly ridiculous! All of the separate steps are so silly...I’m sure I could cut the prep time down at least 50%. Simply roast everything at once on a few sheet pans and take out when individual vegetables are done. The intense roast flavor wouldn’t change! Before you attempt this recipe, read through carefully... I give this only a three star because of the instructions...flavor is nice.
Excellent , although it is a lot of work if you break it down into different components over the day the results are wonderful. The recipe is for 8-10 but can easily be halved for smaller groups. Will definitely make again.
I made this for a vegetarian client. His comment was “spectacular “. Separately roasting the veggies brought a great depth of flavor.
He requested I share the recipe with him, not something he often does.👍👍
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