Starch Water Mild Cheddar CheeseBy JenThis vegan mild cheddar made with leftover wheat starch water gets some umami from mushroom powder and Worcestershire. 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. The wheat starch does not get as stretchy as tapioca or potato starch, so while this will soften it won't exactly "melt."
Sauce Stache’s Vegan Pork BellyBy JenAnother amazing recipe from Sauce Stache, this vegan pork belly is an awesome and easy way to use up that starch water. And if you haven't heard of Sauce Stache yet, head directly over to his YouTube channel and hit the subscribe button. You won't be disappointed!
Starch Water TortillasBy JenTaco Tuesdays just got better! This simple tortilla recipe helps use up some of that starch water you might have hanging around, and it's perfect for when you're already making shreds.
Washed Flour ChickenBy JenWhat could be easier than throwing everything into your slow cooker? I love to simmer like this for the best shreds, and it works awesome for cutlets or a roast, too. You can always add more seasoning to the dough, (especially if roasting) but this amount leaves the seitan "open" to be used as you would chicken in lots of dishes. Hang on to that broth cause it makes an amazing soup base or gravy!
Best Vegan HamBy JenThis vegan ham by The Cheeky Chickpea is made with wheat gluten and tofu. Delicious, juicy, meaty, Tofurky-style seitan roast recipe for your plant-based holiday meal, or slice as deli meat for ham sandwiches! So easy!
Washed Flour Corned BeefBy JenMake this vegan corned beef from washed flour using the broth twice. Once to cook your seitan, and again for the vegetables.
Washed Flour Pulled PorkBy JenMaking these vegan pulled pork shreds from washed flour is by far the closest texture to the real thing. Slow cook in an easy, flavorful broth and finish on a grill, under a broiler, or shred it and eat it right out of the pot!
Washed Flour Roast BeefBy JenThis vegan beaf made from washing flour is tender and juicy. After simmering, you can slice it cold for sandwiches, cut into shreds and fry them up for hot sandwiches, or coat with some salt, pepper, and a garlic-herb infused vegan butter and roast. The simmering liquid makes an amazing gravy or jus which can be thickened with a little bit of leftover starch water.
Seitan GoulashBy JenThis vegan goulash from Squirrel of Nom is classic comfort food at its best with meaty seitan, noodles, and a hearty, tomato-based sauce.
Vegan Andouille SausageBy JenThis Vegan Andouille Sausage from My Quiet Kitchen is easy to prepare and totally versatile. Add this homemade vegan sausage to your favorite grain bowls, stews and soups, snack boards, sandwiches, and Cajun recipes! Oil-free option.
Smoky Maple Vegan Breakfast SausageBy JenThese Vegan Breakfast Sausages from My Quiet Kitchen pack in major flavor and protein. They include maple syrup, sage, thyme, and spices. Bonus! They're freezer-friendly, great for meal prep, and easily made oil-free or nut-free!
Starch Water BaconBy JenThis vegan bacon is made from the starch water that remains from washing flour to make seitan. It's super simple to make, and despite my love for bacon made from vital wheat gluten, this the closest to the real thing as I've ever come.
Vegan Prime Rib(less) from Washed FlourBy JenThis vegan prime rib(less) roast made from washing flour has an amazing meaty texture and beefy flavor. It's fancy enough for your holiday table, but easy enough to be enjoyed more often.
Steak SeasoningBy JenSimple and versatile, this steak seasoning can be used to "beef" up any of your seitan dishes. You can even make a quick broth using about 1T per cup of boiling water, plus about 1/2-1T of soy sauce/liquid aminos per cup.
Vegan Mock Ground BeefBy JenUse this incredibly flexible seitan recipe by Venus McKenzie, #versatilevegan, for ground meat, meatballs, meatloaf, salisbury steak, and more. And be sure to lookout for her upcoming recipe book!
Vegan Worcestershire SauceBy JenWhy buy a vegan Worcestershire sauce when you can make it at home without so much extra added sugar and nonsense? The key to this version does come from one slightly unusual ingredient, but that's what puts this recipe over-the-top! This beefs up any seitan dish, and also helps mask any gluteny flavor.
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