Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Field Roast Sandwich with Miso Mayo

How do you make a simple sandwich into something exciting? It is all about the spread, well and the filling. Field Roast makes some of the best, if not the best, faux meat products out there and I absolutely love their deli slices. Add Miso Mayo, a miso-based mayonnaise, to the mix and you have a deliciously perfect sandwich.

Miso Mayo is made with expeller-pressed canola oil, miso, cider vinegar, tamari, and onion. It is a rich, thick spread that adds a hint of miso to anything you add it to. This stuff is so good, I add it to everything.

The Field Roast Lentil Sage deli slices have a better texture than any other vegan deli slices I've ever had. They aren't rubbery like some other brands and they have a delicious taste to them. They are made with vital wheat gluten, expeller pressed safflower oil, carrots, lentils, irish moss, spices and rubbed sage. You can find them pretty much everywhere nowadays.

Field Roast Sandwich with Miso Mayo
Serves 4

  • One loaf fresh seeded bread (I used local Roots Bakeshop Harvest Bread)
  • So Good! Miso Mayo original flavor
  • Field Roast deli slices lentil sage flavor
  • Red leaf lettuce

Just slice two pieces of bread and spread Miso Mayo on one side.

Then place 2 slices of Field Roast folded over and top with lettuce.

Repeat for other sandwiches.


  1. I've not come across field roast before - alas, they're not in the UK. Fingers crossed they'll be over here soon. One of my favourite sandwiches is slices of tofu marinated in white miso - it's subtle, but really delicious