First we fried potatoes and mushrooms, then covered with white daiya shreds, then topped with gravy made of mushrooms and cornstarch.
It's really close to the original in flavor, not so much in appearance.
The gravy is the only part that needs further explanation, so here it is:
Cook a lot of chopped mushrooms and a pat of butter substitute and a pinch of salt in a small amount of water, blend it until smooth, add in cornstarch dissolved in water, and simmer until thickened.
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Ryan Hobbs wrote:The gravy is the only part that needs further explanation...
Well, that and "daiya" for folks who aren't lucky enough to live where it is sold. For them as don't know, it's a brand name of a vegan cheese substitute -- I recently "discovered" it in a grocery store in northern Alberta. It's got texture issues compared to "real" cheese but has good flavor and works where texture is less of an issue, like certain hot foods and sandwiches. The cheddar flavor works great on a sandwich with a garlicky hummus.