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Mock Chicken Stuffing

Vegetarian Recipe

How about a tender Mock Chicken Stuffing that tastes like it came fresh out of a chicken but has no chicken whatsoever. Tastes chicken-ey (if there's such a word, savory might be more appropriate), and the yeast really adds to its flavor.

Mock Chicken Stuffing


2 cups cooked rice
1 tablespoon dried currants
1 tablespoon dried cranberries
2 cups couscous
2 stalks German celery
3 tablespoons nutritional yeast
Salt to taste

Recipe Directions

Boil some water, add couscous, chopped up celery stalks, and dried fruit. Cook 4 minutes or until couscous is tender. Drain.

Blend the steaming hot couscous with the cold cooked rice, add nutritional yeast, stir, and salt to taste. Serve immediately.

Version 2:

Just cook couscous with a savory herb or a veggie like German celery, for 4 minutes. Drain. Stir in nutritional yeast and salt to taste.

Nutrition Nibble

Couscous is a good low-fat source of complex carbohydrates. Add exotic spices or sauces to your couscous or leave it plain. To get some ideas, visit our Couscous Cooking Tip.

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