Looking for a quick and easy okara recipe? Try some vegan okara meatloaf on for size (or eat them at least).
What’s this okara stuff?
Okara is the soy pulp you are left with in the process of making soy milk. To make soy milk, soaked soy beans are ground with water. The water then filters out to make the “milk” and the pulp left in the mesh or strainer. Essentially, okara is what you are left with after the milk is made.
I’ve had my Soyquick for a few months now, and while I love it to bits I have been feeling a little guilty throwing all of the okara out time and time again. Waste not, want not and all that. I started thinking, “what can I do with this stuff?”
So for anyone looking for Soyquick recipes, specifically for an okara recipe, this vegetarian meat loaf is both easy and tasty (and gives you a great way to use what you might otherwise toss in the bin).
Vegan Okara Mini Meatloaves
- Ready, set, pre-heat! 190 C (375 F) should do the trick.
- Mix all of the ingredients together in any order you see fit. Yes, I know, my recipes are tricky.
- Grease two 9.5cm x 6.5cm mini loaf tins and pack ‘em full of the mix. Bake for about 20-30 minutes, or until nicely browned on top.
- Serve with something yummy, like new potatoes (Jersey Royals, how I love thee!)
- Come back here and leave a comment to say what you think…