Vegan Pork Chops | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThese vegan seitan pork chops are easy to make and incredibly versatile. The fatty layer really puts them over the top! Pan sear and then bake in a flavorful broth for the meatiest, juiciest chop ever!Genoa Salami / Wash The Flour methodBy bigassveganThis salami is perfect... totally could end the sentence there, but I'll add that it's made for sandwiches, pizzas, and of course, vegan charcuterie boards of your dreams.
Its look and texture are exactly like Genoa salami (what they use in Subway sandwiches btw) but I wanted to enrich it with a taste of red vine, fennel, and oregano, making it central Europe, German sausage-like, as that is what I had way more in my pre-vegan life.Vegan Porq BrisketBy bigassveganSeitan on steroids?
Vegans and omnivores alike can't believe this is seitan... but IT IS. And, like most homemade seitans, it is inexpensive and good for you (well, unless you are gluten intolerant 😣). Most of the ingredients you probably already have, and those you do not, I highly urge you to get, as they will up your seitan game, and you will use them onward and often, for sure!
The visual of this Vegan Pork Brisket is everything and is for sure to be a show stopper on any mezze plate.
It is unbelievable in various appetizers, puff pastries, in sandwiches, pasta dishes, etc. 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!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.Pig Saver Ham 2.0 | Krazy Asian Meats Vegetation | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis Pig Saver Ham recipe from washed flour uses vegan butter and leftover starch water to create pockets of fat around the seitan dough. The resulting texture will blow your mind!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 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 Prosciutto | Washed Flour SeitanBy JenThis vegan seitan prosciutto is just like I remember the real thing. It's salty, savory, and even a little bit funky. It's simple, yet elegant enough for your next charcuterie, or wrapped around your favorite fruits or veggies.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! Seitan Ham (Sham)By JenJust in time for Easter, check out the latest from the fabulous Avocados and Ales! Perfect blend of savory and sweet with a marmalade glaze finish. If you make it, don't forget to tag (@avocadosandales) and use the hashtag #sham.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 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! 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. UnPork Chile Verde Tamales by Maria VazquezBy JenThis recipe by Maria Vazquez for her Vegan UnPork Chile Verde tamales is out of this world! The step-by-step instructions include washing flour to create a flavor and texture that would make any carnivore proud! Find more recipes from Maria and many others, as well as tons of information from a fabulous and helpful community by joining The Washed Flour and Other Seitan Recipes and Methods Facebook group. Maple Glazed Holiday Vegan HamBy Bryan P.This make-ahead Vegan seitan ham roast by Sunnyside Hanne makes the perfect centerpiece on your plant-based table. Vegan Seitan Ham with a Pineapple Mustard GlazeBy Bryan P.This vegan ham recipe from plantpowercouple.com is made with seitan and flavored with liquid smoke, maple syrup, and a pineapple mustard glaze.Vegan Barbecue “Ribs”By Bryan P.These Vegan Barbecue Ribs by Baked In are the perfect dish for any big barbecue or summer dinner.Avant-Garde Vegan’s Streaky BaconBy JenCheck out this streaky bacon recipe by Gaz Oakley, the Avant Garde Vegan, and for the full method of this recipe and more, go to avantgardevegan.com.Sauce Stache’s Ultimate Vegan BaconBy JenCheck out this entertaining and informative video by Sauce Stache "Making The Ultimate VEGAN BACON – Literally the KING of PLANT BASED BACON." Ribz with RubBy JenMake these ribz with a spice rub to season them inside and out. They steam to cook and rest in the fridge to develop the texture. Then finish on the grill, under the broiler, or in a pan with your favorite BBQ sauce.