This is the best steak texture I've ever achieved and it came out of several tests with varying ingredients and cooking methods. Though there are a couple unique ingredients, the good news is you should be able to source them online, and you'll get a lot of use out of them if you like to make a lot of beefy-style seitan!
This 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!
These 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?!?)
This 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.
This 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.
This vegan paneer is the creamiest version you will ever try! It's made from the leftover wheat starch water from washing flour, blended with tofu and coconut oil, and steamed to develop an amazingly cheesy texture. You can pan-fry it and add it to any of your favorite dishes, but of course I recommend this incredible Palak Paneer!
This vegan, cajun, deli-style turkey gets simmered in a slow cooker in a delicious broth, then roasted to develop the crust. The chicken-style bouillon and extra swirls of cajun seasoning throughout really pack in the flavor!
Seasoned with a crisp, lightly floral vegan wine (try a Sauvignon Blanc!), this Swiss cheese made with leftover wheat starch water from washing flour to make seitan is nutty and robust, slices perfectly for sandwiches, and should complement just about anything on your next charcuterie board.
This vegan provolone cheese 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!
If 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!