Vegan hard boiled EGGBy bigassveganNo one would ever know. How would they know? Try out these vegan hard-boiled eggs, yourself, and on your friends, and see them in disbelief. Can even tell them it's the 2022 Met Gala (for real, vegan boiled eggs were served!), and get fancy with it! Get jiggy with it! Use them for your deviled egg needs, add in seitan sandwiches, on maze plates... endless possibilities.
Shish-Kabob and PastramiBy bigassveganThis one recipe yields both a middle-eastern beef shish-kabob seitan AND a pastrami seitan (see instructions on how to finalize). It is completely up to you if you want to make it just be kabobs, just the pastrami, or both. The taste is there to serve both needs and depending on how you slice or finalize it, it will become two different and unique mock meats. In the notes, I also included the recipe for the traditional crispy Serbian cornbread, because this goes with it like you won't believe.
Prosciutto deli slicesBy bigassveganSo happy with this Italian Prosciutto Crudo! It’s perfectly chewy, salty, with just a hint of sweetness, savory, very meaty... and perfectly captures that unsmoked, uncooked, dry-cured prosciutto taste we all know and love. The two different reds up it visually, and the washed flour “fatty” parts perfectly capture the chewier texture and elasticity of fat, giving it a different feel when eaten. It’s freakishly realistic and it may freak/gross out some people (It completely did me! 🙈). This recipe incorporates VWG and a little WTF. Both are very novice-friendly, and good ways to get into these two ways of seitan making, while also creating something amazing along the way. I highly recommend it!
Serbian Pork SausageBy bigassveganThis is a typical Serbian homemade sausage aka domaća kobasica. It resembles pepperoni a bit, but is milder, has more onions and isn’t as oily. It’s similar to Polish kielbasa, Slovenian kobasa, Turkish soujouk, and Greek loukaniko. It’s nothing like Italian sausages. It’s dry and firm, and meant to go on a grill or be pan-fried, not eaten raw. This way, they soften a bit on the inside and crisp up on the outside. In Serbia, the sausages are most often paired with fried eggs (recipe also included in the notes!), egg scrambles with feta, with baked beans, and they are a must during any decent grilling event. Southern parts of the country make them spicier, and northern milder. This recipe is right down the middle.
PepperoniBy bigassveganThis is it! This pepperoni has the firmness, the bite, the spiciness, and the texture of its non-vegan counterpart, and no one would ever know them apart. Made in the larger-than-life NYC pizza slice style, it satisfies all the cravings, having you come back for more.
Vegan Shepard’s PieBy JenThis Vegan Shepard's Pie starts with delicious seitan shreds from washed flour which get dusted with flour and fried, cooked with veggies in a beefy broth, and piled high with the creamiest vegan garlic mashed potatoes you will ever try!
Vegan Seitan Crabby PattiesBy JenI used to love ordering crab cakes when going out to eat - every restaurant seemed to have their own spin on the classic. Now I can enjoy them again, and so can you!
Vegan Smoked Brisket | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis beefy seitan gets fried, simmered, then smoked (or baked,) sliced and smothered in barbecue sauce, topped with caramelized onions, a crunchy slaw and a few slices of jalapeño. It's the perfect combination of smoky, savory, spicy, and sweet!
Vegan Barbecue ColeslawBy JenThere's a lot of coleslaw recipes out there, but what makes this one a little different is that it's mixed with barbecue sauce (and it's vegan, of course) making it the perfect side or topper for all your barbecue-style seitan sandwiches!
Vegan Chicken Wings | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThese vegan seitan wings get slow cooked in broth, then fried right before serving for an amazingly tasty result! I love them for game days, parties, or just about any time! (I mean, really, when are wings ever not awesome?!?)
Vegan ChiliBy JenNothing says hearty like a big bowl of vegan chili! This dish is perfect for using up leftover beef-style seitan, redeeming some seitan that maybe didn't come out perfectly, or even works great with Impossible Beef or your favorite vegan crumbles.
Porky PowderBy JenI've been trialing all kinds of ingredients to create a seasoning that would make a great base for seitan "pork" styles like chops and tenderloin. This one hits all the right notes for me - a little sweet, plenty savory and of course umami-packed!
Vegan Prime Rib(less) from Washed Flour 2By JenThis is a new version of my original vegan prime rib(less) roast made from washing flour. I subbed out fresh beetroot for powder to yield a firmer texture, as well as added more beefy flavoring to the mix. Still fancy enough for your holiday table, but easy enough to be enjoyed more often.
Roast Turkee II | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis is a slight variation to my first washed flour turkee recipe. I left out the mushrooms, started with a little more flour for a larger yield, and slightly adjusted the amount of seasonings and tofu. I really twisted the dough when knotting this one and wrapped in a cheesecloth to keep it from expanding in my slow cooker. I think this improved the texture, giving it a better "meat grain," but it's still just as flavorful and juicy as the original.
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