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The Best Vegan BBQ Pulled “Pork” Sandwich with special guest: Black Pepper Potatoes!
Sticky, beer, veganized BBQ pulled ‘pork’ sandwich using King Oyster mushrooms, complete with toasted soft squishy buns and crispy itty-bitty black pepper potatoes for the double win!

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Serves 2
Preparation time: Less than 30 minutes


6 Eryngii Mushrooms, ‘pulled’
1 dozen small potatoes, halved
1 regular size bottle BBQ Sauce
3 TBS beer
2 soft burger buns
Fresh parsley to garnish

3 tbsp ‘pork’ seasoning blend (sage and onion)
1/2 tsp Salt, flakes
1/2 tsp Cracked black pepper
1/2 tsp Granulated garlic
1 tsp Vegan butter
4 Tbsp Sunflower/veg oil


Pre-heat the oven to 200c (fan) / 275f convection or 400f bake.

Shred the mushrooms by running a fork along the fibres, away from the cap. Pull apart with fingers and place in a large bowl.

Add BBQ sauce to small bowl and whisk in splash of beer (optional).

In the large bowl of mushrooms shreds, add granulated garlic, ‘pork’ seasoning, salt and pepper and toss to coat evenly. Heat cast-iron pan on med-high heat until hot, add oil. Add seasoned shrooms and cook until brown on all sides, stirring occasionally. Once the mushrooms are hot and crispy, transfer them back to the bowl and add BBQ sauce, stir to coat evenly. Place sauced shreds onto parchment lined baking tray, spread out evenly and roast for 10-15 minutes until browned and caramelized and cooked well, stir mid way if needed to evenly cook.

Place the halved potatoes into large bowl, add a touch of oil, salt, granulated garlic, black pepper and toss to coat. Add additional oil to the hot skillet, then add the potatoes in face down to brown and cook for about 3 – 4 minutes. Turn over potatoes, they should be crispy and golden brown on the flat side, then place pan in the oven and roast for 10-12 minutes until potatoes are done, when you can pierce with a fork easily.

Butter rolls lightly on each open faced side and place on hot skillet for 1 -2 minutes to grill until golden brown on the bottom.

Assemble sandwiches. All the extras, optional!

Clips used:

Police Academy, (1984), dir. Hugh Wilson, USA: The Ladd Company/Warner Bros.
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Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, (1968), USA: Family Communications/WQED
Micro Machines, (1987), Galoob/Hasbro
Bachelor Party, (1984), dir. Neal Israel, USA: 20th Century Fox
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The Goonies, (1985), dir. Richard Donner, USA: Warner Bros./Amblin Entertainment
Ghostbusters, (1984), dir. Ivan Reitman, USA: Columbia Pictures
Fast Times at Ridgemont High, (1982), dir. Amy Heckerling, USA: Universal Pictures
Smokey and the Bandit, (1977), dir. Hal Needham, USA: Universal Pictures
Withnail & I, (1987), dir. Bruce Robinson, UK: HandMade Films
Strange Brew, (1983), dir. Rick Moranis/Dave Thomas, Canada/USA: MGM
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, (1986), dir. John Hughes, USA: Paramount Pictures
Batman, (1989), dir. Tim Burton, USA/UK: Warner Bros./PolyGram/The Guber-Peters Co.
The A-Team, (1983), USA: Stephen J. Cannell Productions/Universal Television
World Championship Wrestling, (1984), USA: World Wrestling Federation
Fletch Lives, (1989), dir. Michael Ritchie, USA: Universal Pictures
A Christmas Story, (1983), dir. Bob Clark, USA/Canada: MGM/Christmas Tree Films


Lewis Watson says:

you really are the shroom kings 🍄👑 can't wait to try this x

M s says:

Is this channel all vegan??

Kamal Gill says:

Can't wait to try this! Looks amazing!! I have made vegan oyster with these mushroom. 🤤

Alina Weiss says:

Now that is awesome!

J. Kai Simmons says:

What is the benefit of using a cast iron pan vs a teflon coated pan?

Richard Cook says:

FINALLY! I found a king oyster mushroom and 2 blue oyster clusters at my farmer's market 5 minutes ago. I'm making this and the BBQ mushroom steak tonight.

Elise Finley says:

Hey! One of the best channels I've ever seen on youtube!! love your content, and as a vegan its such a blessing!! only thing that really annoys me are all these scene cuts, could u guys pls stop that? :(( would be so much nicer to watch the videos then, because its really annoying and kinda destroys the videos..

vegan hugs and kisses from me <3

Real Talk says:

Pulled pork, what a joke. Why cant vegans just stick to vegetable names.

There are against 'animal cruelty' however have no problem using animal names and imitation in their dishes

Dimitris Tsiklis says:

Ha ha.Nice video. I loved the funny cuts from movies. also nice recipe.

Janie Swanson says:

Imagine thinking your food is superior while doing everything possible to make your food taste like normal food.

tasha K says:

I love Derek Sarno. Yall this guy is the man. Keep watching him. He's amazing. He's taught me things and I've been going strong this 21 years

Emily Hare says:

I did something like this with the cluster browns last weekend, SOOOOO GOOOOOOD.

Ronessa Jorgenson says:

Do you shred regular oyster mushroom the same way?

Aileen Carrera says:

Damn!!! Ik what imma do with the oyster mushrooms i have now

Marina Delaney says:

Mushrooms are the go-to staple of our food. Not sure what we'd do without the humble shroom!

ElNo's World says:

Junk food vegan
Not supposed to use metal in cast iron

Larry Hampton says:

Unbelievable. I love this recipe so much I’ve made it twice in 2 days. Thank you guys!

Melissa Guerrero says:

Yesss! Trying this tonight

Floor monch says:

Looks very nice!! One question: is it possible to replace the bbq sauce by any other sauce? for example an Asian teriyaki sauce or oyster sauce?

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