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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Vegetarian Pate With Good Cook Sweet Creations


I have this wonderful recipe for a pate that is meatless and it tastes like the real thing. Good Cook sent me their Sweet Creation 4 cup loaf pan and some Holiday parchment paper. Most people think of quick breads when they see this pan. I had different ideas. I thought this would be a great pan to make mini pate's in. This Sweet Creation pan is non stick very light weight. The rounded edges make it easy to oil also.


Vegetarian Pate'
1 cup sunflower seeds, toasted(see below)
1/2 cup whole-wheat flour
1/2 cup nutritional yeast flakes
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 teaspoons dried rosemary
1/3 cup olive oil
1 medium onion chopped and caramelized( Instructions Here)
1 medium potato, cooked
1/4 cup water

To toast the sunflower seeds, heat a skillet over medium heat until warm. Add seeds and toast, stirrring constantly for 4 minutes until they are darker in color.



Place all ingredients, including the sunflower seeds in a food processor. 


Combine until well blended and looks like this. Make sure to put the top on the food processor.


Spoon the mixture into the Sweet Creation pan press it down with a spatula.


Cover the pan with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Take the foil off and bake an additional 15 minutes. Let the Pate' cool for an hour before removing from the pan.

This Pate' is delicious on it's own or great for a spread on crackers. 


This also makes a great hostess gift! Wrap it up and place in a container with some crackers.


You can buy the Sweet Creations Mini Loaf Pan on the Good Cook site. See it here http://www.goodcook.com/decorating/loaf-&-cake-pans/nonstick-mini-loaf-4-cup-p-755.html.
It’s currently $8.83 and you can even save another 25% by using the code “SWEETLOAF” at checkout.
See my other post to find out how you can win a Good Cook Sweet Creations pan 



"These opinions are my own and I was sent a Sweet Creations pan from Good Cook to write this review."

15 comments:

  1. My house is full of meat eaters so it is refreshing to see such a yummy looking veggie recipe. I like that the pan has four loaf spaces right in it so you can make large batches of food in a snap! The hostess gift idea looks fabulous I know I would love to receive it. :)

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  2. I recently just got a muffin tin, much like the tin you are using here, I AM OBSESSED WITH IT!!!! It makes me feel like a LEGIT CHEF! lol!!!

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  3. Interesting!! Does it have a nutty flavour because of the sesame seeds?

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  4. What an adorable idea for gifts. I love taking over ripened fruit for breads!

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  5. This looks very good. I'm not sure if anyone would eat it but me. :)

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  6. This sounds really unique and something I would like to try! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. The combo of Sunflower seeds and garlic must give it a really rich, nutty flavor....sounds delicious and perfect for colder weather indulging...

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  8. I've never made or had this before! I'm always in for food adventure though!

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  9. Looks yummy!!I love how these could be single portions and you wouldn't even have to slice up a whole loaf!! Love it!

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  10. Loved your step-by-step instructions. Makes it look simple :)

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  11. I'm really intrigues by this recipe! I just might have to try it out soon. Thanks for sharing & I love that pan!

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  12. That pate sounds so good and healthy too!

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  13. They look delicious...what an adorable pan! glamamamasgoodies.blogspot.com

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  14. Hi Tara - What a great alternative for "traditional" holiday fare, and extra healthy and perfect for not just the vegetarians but everyone in the crowd. Thank you for joining our Home for the Holidays party. Hugs, Holly

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