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The great thing about Sosmix is that its so easy to make.
Simply mix 150g of Sosmix with 250ml of very cold water & allow to stand for 10 mins.
What you add to it will make a big difference so you will never get board with it.


        Here are just a few recipes for cooking with Sosmix.
        They can easily be made Vegan with a little work.
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        Vegetarian Sausages.
        Mix as usual & add some finely chopped spring onions, garlic & herbs to taste.
        Simply form into sausage shapes & shallow fry for a few mins. Great with brown sauce for breakfast

        Vegan Potato Cakes
Boil & mash your potatoes, add a little vegan spread.
        Mix well in equal amounts the Sosmix & mashed potato.
        Add salt & pepper to taste along with sweetcorn, peas, herbs & spices.
        Make into cake shapes & shallow fry or oven bake until crispy.
        Ideal to be made in large batches & then frozen for a quick meal.

Vegan Sausage Rolls - Sosrolls
500g puff pastry, 200g Sosmix, Soya milk to glaze
        Cut the pastry in half & place onto a floured surface, roll out each half and leave for 15 minutes or so.
        Mix the Sosmix as usual & add a little pepper & onion to taste.
        After leaving the Sosmix to stand for 10 mins roll in sausage shapes & place on the pastry with room to overlap.
        Fold the pastry over firmly & seal.
        Cut to size & place onto a baking tray. Glaze with soya milk.
        Bake for 15 mins in a pre heated oven of around 220C until nicely brown.
        Many people like to add tomato puree or passata to the mix.

        Sosmix Stuffing Balls - A Christmas Favourite
        Simply mix your Sosmix as normal & then mix you stuffing as directed.
        Leave both to stand for 10 mins.
        Mix the two together, form into balls & place into the oven for 15 mins until crispy.
        Feel free to add grated apple, cranberry etc for a Christmas flavour.

        Mock Corned beef Pie.
        Boil up some potatoes & mash but leave some chuncks.
        Add some chives, pepper, a few peas & mix with an equal amount of Sosmix.
        Place into your pastry as normal & cook until golden & crispy.
        Really nice served with Redwoods vegan gravy.

         Sosmix, Potato & Stuffing Slice.
       Mix up your Sosmix as normal adding finely chopped onions. herbs & potato chunks.
       Place half of the mix into a glass cooking dish approx 2cm deep.
       Mix up your favourite veggie stuffing & place a 2cm layer on top of the first layer of Sosmix.
       Place the rest of the Sosmix mix ontop of the first two layers, again about 2cm deep.
       Place into a hot oven for approx 25 mins or until crispy on the top.
       Really nice served with fresh salad or fresh veg.

       Semtex Pie by Nita Fenton


      125 grams Sosmix
      2 3 onions
      125 grams sliced mushrooms
      1 x 200g pack of sieved tomatoes
      125 grams red lentils
      About 6 fluid ounces of vegetable stock
      1 dessert spoon marmite or Vecon, added to stock
      Mixed herbs
      Lemon juice and soured cream/vegan cream [optional]
      Black pepper
      Pack of short crust pastry

    Roll out short crust pastry into two circles and use half of it to line a shallow pie dish, reserving the other to cover the pie.
    Fry onions until softened and beginning to colour, add mushrooms and continue frying until softened.
    Add tomatoes and stock, then lentils and Sosmix. Add herbs and pepper.
    Simmer together very slowly for about 15 or 20 minutes. The mixture should have absorbed all the liquid and be fairly firm.
    You can add lemon juice and or soured cream at this point according to taste.
    Transfer mixture to pastry lined dish and cover with the reserved pastry circle.
    Brush with milk or soya milk and bake in a moderate oven until golden brown.
    Serve with green potatoes and green vegetables and vegetarian gravy if wished.

    Sosmix Sausages & Sausage Rolls by Ian Jones
    Add garlic, English mustard powder, mixed herbs, sesame seeds and poppy seeds to the Sosmix
    Form into sausages and then either fry it and eat it with mash, spinach and onion gravy or
    make it into sausage rolls by covering the shaped mix in puff pastry and baking in the oven.


    Tagilatelle ala carota (yes, it really is called that!) by Abi Smith

    Cook 350g tagliatelle.

    1/2 onion, chopped
    3 carrots, grated
    250g sosmix (made-up weight)
    1 tin tomatoes
    1/4 pint veg stock
    1 bay leaf
    1 tsp dried oregano

    Fry onion, add Sosmix and fry a little more.
    Stir in carrots and cook a few minutes.
    Add tomatoes, stock, bay leaf and oregano.
    Cover and simmer gently about 1/2 hour.
    Season & mix with cooked pasta.


    Sosmix Sausage Pie by Ellie Farrow

    1 500g packet of Jus-roll pastry (shortcrust or puff) or make your own.
    Approx 1/3 of a packet of Sosmix
    1-2 onions - finely chopped
    1-2 cloves of garlic - crushed
    1 table spoon soy sauce
    1-2 teaspoons mixed herbs
    Dash of black pepper
    Additional optional fillings:
    This is purely optional and to everyone's own own taste but I like to add a few chopped mushrooms.
    A little cubed boiled potato, swede and/or carrot etc is also good.

    Divide the pastry into two - one piece for the pie case and one for the lid.
    Mix up the Sosmix with water and the soy sauce and pepper to form a soft sausage mix and leave to stand.
    Gently fry the onion and garlic (and mushroom if using) with the mixed herbs until soft.
    Add half the onion mix to the sausage mix. And any additional fillings.
    Grease the pie tin(s) and roll out the pie case(s).
    Place the sausage mix into the pie case(s) and firm down.
    Put the rest of the onion mix on top of the sausage.
    Roll out the pie lid(s) and place on top of the pie.
    Crimp the edges of the pie case and decorate with any left over pastry - I like to make flowers or leaf shapes.
    Brush with a little soya milk and bake in the over (gas 7 / 200C) for about half an hour or until golden.
    Eat straight away or serve cold - it's yummy either way :) Enjoy!


    Posh SosiRoll by Laura Hadland

    400g all purpose flour
    3 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
    pinch of salt
    lukewarm water as needed

    One pack sosmix made up as per instructions
    100g spinach wilted in a pan with seasoning - keep as dry as possible
    50g ricotta cheese or vegan alternative cheese
    50g lightly chopped, toasted pinenuts

    Make up the pastry, put in the fridge to chill while you assemble the filling.
    Take the Sosmix and shape into a chunky rectangle about 1" thick
    Roll out the pastry into a wider rectangle that will wrap all the way around the Sosmix.
    Along the centre lay out a thick line of the spinach, then thickly spread the ricotta over the top.
    Sprinkle the pinenuts on to the ricotta and season.
    Put the Sosmix on top and wrap the pastry around the whole lot like a sausage roll.
    Turn so the fold is on the bottom, egg wash and put on a baking tray.
    Bake for about 30 minutes on 190 C until golden brown.

    Serve with new potatoes and green beans or if you're not feeling so fancy, chips and beans!


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