Super Easy Okara 'Meatloaf'

Super Easy Okara ‘Meatloaf’

Okara is the solid matter left when you have squeezed out the milk from pulverized soybeans. If you make your own soy milk, this is a great way to get double value out of your beans.

All ingredients and amounts are approximate. Use them as a general guide but be creative and experiment.


As much okara as you have to work with.

One cup of oatmeal or porridge oats.

Two cups of vegetarian mince.

One or two chopped onions.

2-3 tbsp. tomato paste.

Salt and pepper to taste.

A pack of ready-made spice mix. The type you use to make sausage casserole, shepherd’s pie or chili concarne etc.

Quarter tsp. of mustard if preferred.

Half to three quarters of a block of butter or baking margarine.


Pre-head your oven to 190c/375f.

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl in any order.

Place mixture in a lined loaf tin, pressing mixture down firmly as you go.

Smooth the top off and place in the oven for about 20-30 minutes or until the top of the loaf has browned.

Let cool, remove from the tin and slice.

Serve hot with vegetables, potatoes, and gravy or cold with salad, potato salad, and coleslaw.

Here is my YouTube video of this recipe:

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