By Vegan Street
Link to Kasha Varnishkes recipe.
GV comments: I was a vegetarian for 30 years before I turned vegan. One of the dishes I remember loving so much was a vegetarian version of Kasha Varnishkes, a traditional Eastern European Jewish dish. The trick of the dish was to saute the roasted buckwheat groats (also know as kasha) with a lightly whipped egg--the egg formed a coating around the groats, so that when you then simmered them in broth, they wouldn't dissolve into each other but stay nice and separate. Once I became a vegan, I thought I'd never taste that wonderful flavor again. But I found this recipe from the website Vegan Street. The dish brought back all my good memories of the flavor, and I've heard the same from people I've served this to.
Timing: A good 45 minutes, and you'll be working constantly (but worth it!)
Nutrition: Almost entirely whole-food unprocessed except for some processed-sounding ingredients in the Vegan Egg