This 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!
Another 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!
Just 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.
What 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!
Make this vegan corned beef from washed flour using the broth twice. Once to cook your seitan, and again for the vegetables.
Watch this informative and easy-to-follow tutorial to take you from a bag of flour to these amazing vegan chicken drumsticks. Don't forget to subscribe to see more of Yessica's creations, and tag her at @yessies_plantbaseddiet_ so she can see yours!
Making 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!
This 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.