Vegan salad recipes are handy when you are following a strict vegetarian diet. Each vegetarian or vegan saves hundreds of animals every year by adhering to this healthy compassionate conscious lifestyle.
If you like stromboli, then do try this stuffed bread. Go to your local pizzeria and buy the dough and follow the instructions for this vegetarian stuffed bread recipe. This is delicious eaten with your summer garden salad.
For the Greens:
- Green spring harvest of fresh crunchy lettuce including the hearts.
- Chopped tomatoes
- Different types of olives
- 1 medium size cucumber cut in chunks
- or you can throw anything you like in your green salad as you wish
Mix it with our creamy vegan Caesar Salad Dressing.
For the Stuffed Bread:
- Frozen Italian Bread or Pizza Dough (thawed)
- Vegan cheese (if you are a strict veggie) or regular mozzarella cheese if you are a lacto vegetarian.
- Frozen chopped spinach, thawed (squeeze out the water)
- Salt to taste
If you are up to a challenge making your own dough, take out your Convection Bread Maker
and make your own.
Salad is the easiest to make (you don't even need a recipe) but don't just throw in some sad Boston lettuce and tomatoes together and call it your quick salad recipe. Make it yummy, not boring!
Put some olives in it and some crunchy yummy other things like nuts, raisins, fruit chunks and salty-sweet other things. Make your vegan salads with character!
Stuffed Bread Vegetarian Stromboli:
Defrost the frozen Italian bread or pizza dough and roll it out in a floured clean surface to flatten. Spread the cheese on it first and then layer in the chopped spinach. Sprinkle with a little salt.
Roll the dough encasing the spinach-cheese filling making sure the ends are tucked in. Make small slits on the top of the rolled dough.
Bake at 400 degrees until the top is a little golden. Slice and serve with your salad dinner.
It's a nutritious filling meal with all the fiber to keep your colon clean. The stuffed bread is better than the stromboli filled with cured animal meat with cancer-causing nitrates and nitrates.