Salami stewed in a tomato, vinegar, and pickled onion sauce is a classic in Dominican cuisine because it is quick, good, and cheap! We grew up eating fried salami and stewed salami with plantains. Some folks are so inspired by this combination that they created a song and YouTube video called Platano Con Salami, which went viral! When we learned that Salami is actually beef, pork, animal fat and other mystery bits that are filled unhealthy fats, we vowed to stop eating it and were sad we would not be able to eat Platano Con Salami again! Until we discovered vegan sausage — made out of grains! We experimented with Field Roast vegan sausages to recreate salami guisao’ (stewed salami) and it was just as delicious, if not better. If you are a salami or sausage fan we encourage to try this vegan sausage and give our vegan version of salami guisao’ a try!
4 Field Roast vegan sausages
1 Small red onion, chopped
1/4 cup Grapseed oil
4 teaspoons Tomato paste
1 tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar
To taste Salt
- Cut the vegan sausages into cubes.
- Heat oil over medium heat.
- Add the tomato paste and red onions, saute for 3 minutes until onions are translucent.
- Stir in apple cider vinegar over medium heat over 1 minute.
- Cook the salami sausage for 7 minutes, or until desired.
- Serve with Mangú or your favorite root vegetable and pickled red onions.
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