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                                  Vegan Sausage Gravy Biscuits

  Comfort food Monday?  Absolutely! I've been dealing with car trouble since Thursday and I'm supposed to be going to Maine this weekend! Even worse is that it has been raining here in Connecticut off and on for the whole week and doesn't plan to stop anytime soon!  So of course I'm going to comfort my stress with FOOD! And there's no better comfort food than sausage gravy and biscuits!       

                                         Here's how I made it:




                                            For the Gravy:

1 package Lightlife Gimme Lean veggie sausage
Vegan butter
olive oil
small onion, diced (I used the whites of a scallion since I used the greens in my biscuits)
1/4 cup all purpose flour
1 1/2 cup vegan milk 
2 TBSP onion powder
1 1/2 TBS Bell's poultry seasonng
salt and black pepper to taste





In a deep frying pan, over medium high heat add a thin layer of olive oil.
once heated, crumble apart the veggie sausage into tiny pieces and brown.
when browned, add in onion, seasonings, and two tablespoons of vegan butter, let cook for about two minuets.
sift in flour and stir well to mix with oil and butter in bottom of pan, once its all mixed in add in milk 1/4 cups at a time, letting thicken before adding more!
taste test and adjust seasonings to desired taste!


You can buy vegan canned biscuits or you can easily make your own!
I used Bisquick and followed the instructions on the side of package subbing skim milk for ripple pea milk and added some scallions, onion powder, garlic powder, and salt! You can get very creative with them!




                                                 Enjoy!!




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