Seitan is a vegetarian meat replacement made by extracting the gluten from flour. It is an excellent source of protein and very versatile.
The ultimate in hearty, down-home cooking: (wheat) meat and potatoes.
Seitan and onions roasted in balsamic vinegar make a quick recipe for a hearty and delicious cold-weather dish.
I was never a huge fan of Chinese food, but one dish I did like was cashew chicken. With some tinkering, I came up with a quick and easy seitan version.
A moist, tender seitan that makes a perfect chicken substitute in just about any recipe.
Tender seitan with a crisp, nutty crust: so delicious you’ll feel like saving it for special occasions, but quick and easy enough for any day of the week.
Slightly crunchy pan-fried seitan is just asking to be served with a flavorful sauce or gravy.
Deliciously crunchy with just the right amount of spice, like mustardy chicken nuggets.
Everyone seems to love “build it yourself” meals, and fajitas are a delicous way to do this. Hot fillings and cold toppings are served with tortillas so that you can mix and match your own fajitas.
A mix of seasoned, roasted vegetables and seitan. Serve it with rice or noodles for a delicious vegan meal.
Sweet vegan ham made from seitan.