Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes 2009 – A Feast by Robin Robertson is pleased to bring you a scrumptious vegan Thanksgiving feast from Robin Robertson, one of America’s bestselling vegetarian cookbook authors. Robin has sold well over 100,000 vegan cookbooks, and her creations are consistently fantastic. Here’s a collection of holiday recipes you can be proud to serve to your family.


Robin’s Introduction:

My 2009 Thanksgiving menu features several recipes from my latest book, 1,000 Vegan Recipes. Seitan is the main course, but instead of a large roast as in years past, I’ve opted for individual portions of pastry-wrapped stuffed seitan slices served with a luscious Madeira sauce. (For a gluten-free main-dish, you can make the rice-stuffed winter squash instead of the seitan.)

Accompaniments from the pages of 1,000 Vegan Recipes include Rum-Spiked Sweet Potatoes with Pomegranate Pecans and a dazzling Triple Cranberry Relish. I like to serve this dinner plated individually (instead of served family-style) for a more elegant presentation, with the seitan parcel nestled against a mound of garlic smashers (our favorite mashed potatoes dish), topped with Madeira sauce, and accented with roasted asparagus spears. With all that food, I won’t be serving a soup this year, but of course, we’ll save room for pumpkin cheesecake, which is a Thanksgiving dessert tradition in my house.

Robin’s 2009 Thanksgiving Menu

Seitan en Croute
Madeira Sauce
Rum-Spiked Sweet Potatoes with Pomegranate Pecans
Triple Cranberry Relish
Roasted Asparagus
Garlic Smashers
Stuffed Winter Squash (optional main dish)
Ginger-Dusted Pumpkin Cheezecake


-All recipes copyright 2009 by Robin Robertson and published by with permission.


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