Marinated Celebration Roast With Roasted Onions

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Marinated Celebration Roast With Roasted Onions

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Try this simple and special main dish for the holidays or any night.

Cook Time:
30
Prep Time:
10
Yield:
3 servings

Ingredients

1/2 inch slices Celebration Roast
1 Onion, peeled and sliced into 1 inch rounds
Extra virgin olive oil
Salt
Black Pepper
Balsamic vinegar
Parsley or rosemary, chopped

Preparations

Cook Celebration Roast according to package.

Toss peeled onion in some of the olive oil. Add a little salt and place on sheet pan.

Roast onion in 350°F oven until browned or slightly blackened.

Place cooked & sliced Celebration Roast on a platter, interspersed with the roasted onion.

Dress with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Sprinkle on black pepper and garnish with chopped parsley or rosemary.

Marinated Celebration Roast With Roasted Onions

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Diane Pease

I LOVE your products. I hope that you will ALWAYS be a cruelty free company and not cave in to the countries that are asking you to test on animals. If that happens, I will not be able to enjoy the delicious options that are available to vegans and vegetarians.

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David Wolf

We will always be a cruelty free company and never test on animals :-)

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Vicki

Is the field roast served cold in this?

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Kiley

No, it is served hot!

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Dennis

It's too late for me as the roast is almost finished, I hope, but please post the recommended internal temperature.

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David Wolf

Celebration Roast is ready-to-eat out of the package, so it just needs to be as warm as you prefer for your liking!

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mike

Will this product hold up to baking? Has anyone tried this roast along with potatoes, carrots, and onions baked for an hour or so?

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David Wolf

Absolutely! Preheat oven to 325°F. Chop up those veggies and put the roast on top of them in a pan. Baste with broth or oil and herbs, and heat until warmed through (30-40 min). Enjoy!

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La

I recently discovered your products and I have to say they are the BEST vegan products I've tasted! I am trying the roast for the first time this Easter and I'm 100% sure I will not be disappointed.

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David Wolf

Thank you! We're so glad to hear that and hope you enjoyed our Celebration Roast for Easter!

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Janelle B.

I'm so glad I discovered the Celebration Roast at my local grocery store. I cooked it as instructed, and served with a side of seasoned green beans, potatoes, and onions. Both me and my husband (a meat-eater) LOVED it! I'm having the leftover roast on a salad, and it's delicious like that, too. I can't wait to try Field Roast's other products.

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David Wolf

That's great to hear, Janelle! We are making food for people of all diets, so I'm glad that both you and your husband enjoyed our Celebration Roast. We love receiving positive feedback and will try to share it with our entire staff. The roast with veggies as well as the salad both sound delicious. I hope you get a chance to enjoy the rest of our products as well. Have a good one!

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Terry David

We tried the Celebration Roast tonight ... what a great surprise! Awesome flavor, no chemical taste and surprisingly filling and satisfying! I'm going to try the leftovers warmed in my vegan carmelized onion gravy ... should be awesome! Thank you for a welcome addition to our diet.

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David Wolf

Wonderful to hear you enjoyed the Celebration Roast, Terry! Those leftovers with gravy sound perfect. Thanks for your support!

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Megan

I was so excited to find this product for my vegan thanksgiving! What a lovely cruelty free alternative to the typical turkey dinner!

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David Wolf

Thanks, Megan! Excited for your cruelty-free vegan thanksgiving.

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Doris Shewmaker

I purchased a Celebration Roast for Thanksgiving and cannot find directions for how to roast it by itself. The only roasting directions on the package includes onions, carrots, potatoes, and celery. I do not want to roast it with the vegetables. I am very frustrated.

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David Wolf

Sorry to hear that, Doris - hope you were able to figure it out for Thanksgiving. The Celebration Roast is ready to eat out of the box and just needs to be heated up to your liking. Feel free to follow the instructions on the box without including the root vegetables. Here is a little more preparation info: http://fieldroast.com/blog/go-guide-field-roast-thanksgiving-feast/. Have a great day!

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