Corn Salad Sandwich



The Vegan Stoner's Corn Salad Sandwich

32 comments:

Gina said...

I am so going to make this

Sara said...

Ditto Gina!

A friend linked me to your site today and I just wanted to say it's SUPER adorable and I instantly added it to my reader! I look forward to crawling through your cute archives!

mindrunningwild said...

YUM!! Do you draw your own pictures?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Hannah (mindrunningwild) — All the photographs and illustrations are done by Sarah Conrique. Here's a little more about us if you're curious.

Cassie said...

OMG this is the best blog ever. Yaaay I'm so glad I found this!! can't wait to read/see more!!

Anonymous said...

get in my belly

Jillian said...

I made this and added TONS of celery salt to make it taste like chicken salad!

Jonathan said...

I am going to TJ to shop for these ingredients now! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

all these recipes are AMAZING!!! Thank you sooo much!!

Bourne Natural said...

I am not a fan of tufu though this looks sensational to eat now. It is only early morning here in Australia. Good to see web sites giving information about healthy foods.
We all need to improve our overall health and if it tastes good you are half way there.

Enjoy reading your blog.

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vegan.in.brighton said...

I really need to make this sandwich soon, yum!

Apartment Girlfriend said...

This was delish! A great warm weather sammy :)

Kevin said...

Made this last night for the wife and I. We both really liked it. I hadn't used nutritional yeast before and I think it made a big difference (better) in the taste and texture. I made the plantain chips and avocado dip to go with it.

Shortcake said...

First I was wondering where you find nutritional yeast. My local grocery store didn't have it and I would love to try it! Also I added a little mustard to add a bite and this was great! Was glad to have left overs so i can take it for lunch later this week!

The Vegan Stoner said...

You can usually find nutritional yeast at a health food that has bulk bins or purchase it online. It's great for seasoning things and cooking creamy like stuff.

the biz said...

mmm this was delish and dead simple to throw together with stuff i already had in the fridge/cupboards. ready to eat in 2 minutes, which is one of the main things i look for in a recipe :) nice change from my usual chickpea salad, thanks!

Kevin said...

Update: Out of the last two weeks, this has been my take-to-work lunch for four days. Since I typically eat at my desk, I could see eating this twice a week no problem. It's an EXCELLENT, healthy, quick recipe. And I imagine it would keep for a week in the fridge (but it would never last that long with me around).

dana said...

these look amazing?? Have you ever considered submitting your recipes to foodgawker?

Charging said...

Killer with some mustard.

Anonymous said...

hmmm so the tofu is not cooked? never had tofu like this before, will check it out! thanks :)

The Vegan Stoner said...

No, the tofu is not cooked.

Bonnie said...

mmmmm, really good!!! I followed your recipe exactly. My little girls loved helping make this, they (and I) really loved the pictures for the ingredients. This will stay in my recipe book.

Jesse said...

first but definitely not the last thing i'm going to make from your site. i've been living off of this recipe for lunch at work for the last week. thank you for existing...ok, that's a bit heavy, thank you for being a friend? no, that's from golden girls. umm...it's fucking delicious! there, that works.

Sandy said...

Just found your blog. LOVE IT!!! Made this last night and my meat-eating teenager declared it the best "Mom's Food" he has tried so far! I've been a pescatarian for several months and have been slowly transitioning over to a vegetarian. Hope to eventually be a full- fledged vegan! Your blog is making it much easier! :)

babylikesit.com said...

This is amazing! Your blog is great, thanks!

Mad Joy said...

Okay. I'm not that into tofu. Or corn. But I had looked through all the recipes on your website like two months ago and for some reason this recipe has been HAUNTING MY DREAMS it looks so good. So I finally realized I happened to have the ingredients around today and made it (with extra vegenaise and extra nutritional yeast) and it was every bit as deliciously amazing as that picture led me to believe. Thank youuuuu, you have satisfied a craving I didn't even know I had...

Anonymous said...

Should the entire block of tofu be used in this recipe? Or just part of the block? Thanks!

The Vegan Stoner said...

Anonymous,

An even ratio would be half a block of tofu to a half can of corn (makes about 2 sandwiches). The ratio depends on how many sandwiches you want to make and what ingredients you prefer.

For the best results, close your eyes and ask yourself what the ultimate corn salad sandwich would look like. Hold that image and follow your inner chef instincts.

Anonymous said...

Holy goodness gracious this has to be the most delicious thing I've ever made. Thank you so much for introducing this sandwich into my life. I must try out your other recipes! And Away I Go!

Phoenix said...

Used silken tofu and added mustard & a few other seasons, delicious! I love recipes that are easy to customize for size and taste. Another great recipe from the veganstoner :)

grac miller said...

All these recipes are awesome.I must try out your other recipes! And Away I Go! Thank you sooo much.

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wildflower said...

I made this today for breakfast on toast, with fresh parsley instead of spinach, cos that's what I had. And I used grated garlic instead of garlic powder. It was soooo delicious! And yet so simple to make. I am definitely making this again. I love this blog and the illustrations are so cute.

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We read every comment (except spam) and try to respond to direct questions within a week. If we take longer, it is probably because you suggested something for the recipe or posed a problem, and we are re-making the recipe to double check its effectiveness. Thanks for the comments, and happy cooking! —The Vegan Stoner