Get ready for a delicious holiday meal main course! This roast is a sumptuous, rich grain meat seasoned with toasted hazelnuts and rosemary, and is stuffed with a sausage-style mixture of Field Roast, cranberries, apples and crystallized ginger. Wrapped en croute with a rich vegan puff pastry, it makes for an amazing centerpiece for a Thanksgiving meal, and it’s so good, you’ll find yourself craving it more often than just at the holidays. Large 2 lb. roast contains about 8 servings. $36.29 each.
Cooking instructions: Thaw roast for around 4-5 hours prior to baking. Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees farenheit, place unwrapped roast on a sheet or in a baking pan and bake until exterior pastry is golden brown. Estimated baking time is approximately 30-40 minutes.
Im a loyal fan to Tofurky but I also bought this as well. I kept it frozen and thawed it out about two hours and put it in the air fryer for 45 minutes. I just got the fryer so I just guessed at it. It came out perfect. Very flaky. My only complaint is there is barely any cranberry and I didnt find any hazelnuts. Its very heavy. Over the course of the afternoon and until 10pm I ate the entire roast, with my dogs helping. The cranberry filling was dry but that could be from the air fryer...idk. I will definately buy it again for christmas but I will put some vegan gravy over it....and definately not eat it all in one day. It's a very heavy meal and I dont want to know the calories I consumed. Five stars.
I love this roast! I use it every year for both Thanksgiving and Christmas. The puff pastry is so flaky and delicious <3 The sausage is savory and goes very well with the filling. I like to pour Bisto Gravy over the top for a satisfying finish. Highly recommend!
The dominant flavors are sage and ginger but they are balanced nicely and not overpowering. It is not too salty. The insides are like a ground turkey textured loaf wrapped up in a flaky pastry crust. I paired this with the Tofurkey holiday gravy and the two went well together. I also had cranberry sauce with it. There's not a lot of cranberries in the loaf itself, and the ones that are in there are a little bland. The number of servings says 8 but we found it to be more like 5-6 (we are big eaters though so your mileage may vary). I think a couple of veggie dishes with this would turn it into a full blown feast. Very good.