Nutritious Nut Loaf

This is a very delicious nut loaf which is a favourite of mine.

Ingredients:

½ cup cashewsnuts
½ cup almonds
10 almonds for decoration

2/3 cup sunflower seeds
1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
½ cup walnuts (chopped)
1 cup cooked, short grain brown rice
1/3 cup soy flour or chick pea flour
4 – 6 tbsp soy sauce or 1 – 2 tbsp vegie salt
1 onion
2 celery sticks
¼ cup water
2 tsp basil
2 tsp. marjoram
2 tbsp flax meal

Directions:

1.    Lightly roast cashews, almonds, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds in the oven.
2.    Chop and sauté onion and celery.
3.    Chop all the nuts and seeds.
4.    Mix all the ingredients together and moistening with water.
5.    Pat mixture into a well-oiled bread tin.
6.    Decorate top with 10 almonds and line bottom of tin with grease proof paper.
7.    Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 35 minutes.

Serve with mushroom or onion gravy.

More delicious ways to get nuts into your diet:

Brazil Nut Burgers
Brazil Nut Burgers

Brazil Nut Burgers– These tasty Brazil Nut Burgers are filled with healthy ingredients.

Cabbage Walnut Salad– This cabbage salad is so filling. Also, it is high in nutrients with the variety of vegetables in it which make it very good for you too.

Delicious Raw Trail Mix–  This is a very yummy mixture. 

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Diana Herrington

Diana has been writing about natural health and wellness for over 20 years. Having used foods to heal her own body, she now shares her wisdom with others.

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  • I would like to try this recipe, however I am trying to stay away from soy products. Are there any good substitutions for the soy flour and soy sauce, i.e. coconut flour and ? for the soy sauce?

  • Is the rice already cooked? Is the amount for raw or cooked?
    I remember when it was a joke to mention nut loaf when I first became vegetarian in the late 70’s.