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Raspberry Pancakes with a Raspberry Chili Maple Sauce and Spiced Chicken Meatballs

Raspberry Pancakes with a Raspberry Chili Maple Sauce and Spiced Chicken Meatballs


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To show off October's seasonal ingredient of raspberries, Chef Qui put a twist on the classic dish of chicken and waffles. For this sweet and savory plate, he created Raspberry Pancakes with a Raspberry Chili Maple Sauce and Spiced Chicken Meatballs.

Ingredients

Pancake recipe

  • 1 Cup AP flour
  • melted butter to brush the pan
  • 1 Tbsp. baking powder
  • 1 pint of raspberries
  • 2 Tbsp. white sugar
  • 1 Tbsp. melted butter
  • ¾ Cup buttermilk
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp. baking soda

Spiced chicken meatballs

  • 1 lb. diced chicken breast
  • 1 egg
  • 1 bunch of mint
  • salt to taste
  • 1 tsp. high quality madras curry powder
  • 1 head garlic peeled
  • ¼ Cup garlic croutons
  • 1 Tsp. sweet soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp. grated ginger
  • 1 Thai chili or jalapeño minced
  • AP flour to dust

Raspberry maple sauce

  • 1 Cup raspberries
  • 1 tsp minced Thai chili
  • 1 Cup maple syrup
  • 1 Cup soy sauce
  • 1 Tsp grated ginger
  • 1 Cup maple syrup

I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


I received samples from Unreal Deli to review. I am under no further obligation. All opinions are my own.

Roasted Turk’y with Jalapeño Slaw adds a touch of spice to delicious vegetable based lunch meat. Topped with avocado and spinach to balance out the flavor. Serve with a vegan bun if desired.
One of my first jobs was working in a New York style deli where I sliced and served hundreds of corned beef, pastrami, turkey and more meat sandwiches. At that time, there were no vegan options available for lunch except for salad. Vegetarians had egg salad for sandwiches.
Fast forward 30 years and several delis later, I’ve seen the increased demand for vegetable based meat options. Presently I work at a women’s college where we have a about a 20 percent vegan and vegetarian combined student base.
There are several vegetable and grain based luncheon meat alternatives on the market. I’ve tried a few but hadn’t found one that I truly enjoyed.
When I was approached by Unreal Deli, I was eager to give their versions a try.
From their website:
Unreal Deli Meats are complete proteins which means a range of vitamins & nutrients in each serving, featuring their own unique vegetables and proteins
Unreal Deli is always:

  • Plant-Based
  • Kosher
  • Animal Free
  • Cholesterol Free
  • Nitrate Free
  • Low-Fat
  • Low-Carb
  • Protein Packed

I found that Unreal Deli Roasted Turk’y has the taste of deli turkey in a light textured slice. Paired with my spicy slaw, spinach and avocado, it made a delicious sandwich. Of course a toasted brioche bun held it all together.

Here’s the recipe. I hope you agree!


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