Vegan Fried Calamari | Washed Flour Seitan with Starch Water BatterBy JenPerfectly crispy with just the right amount of chew, this vegan fried calamari is made with washed flour seitan that is cooked in the flavors of the sea. The leftover starch water makes an excellent base for the batter, too! Slow Cooker Italian Beef | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenJust cause it's vegan doesn't mean it can't be beefy, spicy, juicy, and delicious! This Italian beef seitan made from washed flour will be a hit at your next party or potluck.Slow Cooker Italian Beef SeitanBy JenJust cause it's vegan doesn't mean it can't be beefy, spicy, juicy, and delicious! This Italian beef seitan made with vital wheat gluten and instant potato flakes will be a hit at your next party or potluck.GiardinieraBy JenWhile this Giardiniera was originally intended to go along with the Slow Cooker Italian Beef recipes (this one made with vital wheat gluten and this one made with washed flour), it makes an amazing topping for sausages, deli meats, salads, and just about everything when you're looking to add some crunch and kick!Vegan Chicken SatayBy JenMarinate your seitan in a delicious blend of lemongrass, shallots, herbs and spices, then skewer and grill to perfection to make this veganized chicken satay. Use the spicy peanut sauce as an amazing dip or salad dressing. Vegan Fish SauceBy JenUse this simple vegan fish sauce as you would traditionally to enhance the flavors of any dish. This recipe gets its fishiness from kombu, umami from shiitake mushrooms, and has a little bit of sweet, sour, and savory to balance everything out. Vegan Salami | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis peppery, garlicky, wine-infused vegan salami gets its fattiness and an extra boost of flavor from bits of provolone cheese. I'm calling it "Jen"oa-style. 🥴 🤣Vegan Provolone | Wheat Starch WaterBy JenThis vegan provolone is buttery, tangy, and a little bit smoky. It's made with the leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan. Perfect for your next charcuterie board or sliced thin for sandwiches, the texture will impress even the hardcore cheeseaholics! Vegan Deli-Style Beef | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenIf you're looking for a flavorful, yet simple recipe for beef from washed flour, look no further! No need to worry about achieving the perfect oven temperature, frying or making a broth, because this seitan is cooked by wrapping and steaming. It slices up perfectly for sandwiches, or you can make thicker cutlets and fry them up for a quick steak-style seitan, too! Vegan Pepper Jack Cheese | Wheat Starch WaterBy JenThis vegan pepper jack cheese made with leftover wheat starch water gets its creaminess from cashews and packs plenty of heat. It's a hard cheese perfect for your next charcuterie board, sliced thin for sandwiches, or grated onto just about anything when you're looking to add a little kick. Steak and Peppercorn Sauce | Avant-Garde VeganBy JenThese seitan steaks by the Avant-Garde Vegan are perfect for the grill, baked, or even stir-fried. They freeze well, too! This recipe also includes a delicious peppercorn sauce that complements the steak perfectly.The OG Vegan Brisket – Texas BBQ Style Seitan | Wicked HealthyBy JenCheck out this seitan brisket from wickedhealthyfood.com. It's total Texas-style comfort food - a flame-grilled seitan brisket, covered in a sticky, sweet BBQ sauce!Vegan Deli-Style Ham | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenIf you're looking for a flavorful, yet simple recipe for ham from washed flour, look no further! No need to worry about achieving the perfect oven temperature, frying or making a broth, because this seitan is cooked by wrapping and steaming. Slices up perfectly for sandwiches, too! Vegan White Cheddar | Wheat Starch WaterBy JenThis vegan white cheddar made with leftover wheat starch water gets its creaminess from cashews and cheddar flavor from a combination of nutritional yeast and the brine from a jar of olives. It's a hard cheese perfect for your next charcuterie board, but can also be sliced thin for sandwiches or grated onto just about anything for flavor. This recipe incldes some tapioca flour to help this become a meltable version for your grilled cheeses, too! Gluten-Free Seitan RoastBy JenNow you can make seitan without the gluten! This Gluten-Free Seitan Roast from A Virtual Vegan has a deep meaty flavor, a soft, meaty, slightly chewy texture and is just perfect for slicing and serving for holiday dinners or Sunday roasts.Faux King CrabBy JenThis recipe from Avocados and Ales is flaky and delicious, not to mention funny! (Try saying it three times fast.) If you make it, be sure to use the hashtag #fauxkingcrab on Instagram or Facebook! Gluten Free Seitan | Little Northern BakehouseBy JenAlthough seitan is usually made with gluten, Little Northern Bakehouse has adapted this recipe so you can have it all – vegan AND gluten-free! Trying using it in their delicious Vegan Gluten-free Cuban Sandwich, too!Vegan Chicken Souvlaki | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis vegan chicken souvlaki is juicy, savory, and perfect to bring to any barbecue or potluck. I used washed flour seitan chicken as my base, but any chicken-style seitan should work well. If you do wash flour, you can save the starch to make flatbreads! Vegan Flatbread | Wheat Starch WaterBy JenThese flatbreads are the perfect addition to any seitan, and they use up some of that starch water leftover from washing flour. They're delicious plain, but you can also baste them with a garlic-infused butter for a naan-style version. Vegan Crepes | Wheat StarchBy JenTurn your leftover wheat starch from flour-washing into delicious vegan crepes! With the additions of JUST Egg (or your favorite egg replacer), plant milk and butter, plus a little extra flour, these skinny pancakes make a great breakfast. Omit the sugar and stuff with your favorite savory fillings for a tasty meal anytime. Yields about 8 crepes. Black Garlic & Guinness BurgersBy SuzanneThe addition of black garlic and Guinness, along with porcini mushrooms give this burger an earthy *meat* flavour. The addition of TVP gives the burgers a meaty texture. Black garlic is easy to make from fresh garlic bulbs. The easiest and less odorous way I've found is to pop them into roasting bags and put them into your slow cooker on a yogurt heating. It takes over a week, but it's much cheaper than buying them already made.