“Field Roast” with Yam Stuffed Apples

Perfect for a holiday dinner or just a slightly
more formal dinner gathering anytime!

What is Field Roast? We thought you'd never ask. Field Roast is the brand name of a vegetarian/vegan food product that serves as a meat substitute. It is largely made from grains and vegetables. It is not gluten free so if you want to try Field Roast keep that in mind.

This is the "Celebration" Roast - which is simply the name of this particularly packaged roast, It is still made by Field Roast.  Field Roast is available in most U.S. vegan or health food stores. You can also get it at Whole Foods Markets and online at such sites as
VeganEssentials.  They also have a product called "Vegan Hazelnut Cranberry Roast En Croute" which looks amazing. Either that or this Celebration Roast make a terrific holiday main dish!

“Field Roast” with Yam Stuffed Apples


1 Field Roast (we use the “Stuffed Celebration Roast”)
2 - 4 large Granny Smith apples
1/2 (14.5 oz.) can yams
3 Tbsp. packed brown sugar
1/8 tsp. ground cinnamon
1/4 cup slivered almonds, toasted and divided
3 Tbsp. Earth Balance
pinch of fresh cracked black pepper
pinch of salt

How we make it

Rub the surface of the Field Roast with cracked pepper and set aside.

Core each apple, removing enough pulp to make an 1 1/4 opening. Reserve some of the pulp.

Drain the yams and reserve 1/4 cup of liquid. Mash the yams, add the liquid back in and add the apple pulp, brown sugar, pinch of salt, cinnamon and half the almonds.

In a small saucepan or microwaveable dish melt Earth Balance and drizzle half of it into the apple cavities. Fill with yam mixture and garnish with remaining almonds.

Place the apples in a baking dish and bake for 60 minutes at 325. Baste apples occasionally with remaining butter.

After the apples have baked for about 30 minutes, place the Field Roast in the baking dish with the apples (or a separate dish) and bake for 30 minutes.

Remove the baking dish - by now the apples should have baked for an hour and the roast for half-an-hour.

Allow to rest for 5 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes, if desired, and a green salad or hot vegetable.

Serves four.

Calories 173, Calories from Fat 14, Total Fat 1.68g, Saturated Fat 0.17g, Trans Fat 0.0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 47mg, Potassium 475mg, Total Carbs 40.84g, Dietary Fiber 5.6g, Sugars 26.48g, Protein 1.64g

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