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This recipe was shared by Beth Battey in the Seitan Appreciation Society Facebook group.

Image © Copyright Beth Battey

Ingredients

DRY
 2 tsp mustard powder
 2 tsp hot smoked paprika
 ¼ cup nutritional yeast
 1 ½ tsp crushed fennel seeds
 1 tsp saltused pink Himalayan
 1 tsp coarsely ground black pepper
 1 tsp garlic powder
 1 tsp cayenne pepper/red pepper powder
 ½ tsp crushed anise seeds
 ½ tsp fennel
 ½ tsp white sugar
 1 ½ cups mini tapioca pearls
 2 tbsp dry tomato powderor 1/4 cup tomato paste - and elliminate the extra 1/4 cup water
WET
 1 tsp Lapsang sou chong tea - brewed in 1/2 cup water
 2 tbsp olive oil
 2 tbsp liquid amino acid or soy sauce
 ¼ cup cold water(omit if using tomato paste)

Directions

1

Crush the fennel and anise together a bit to let out the flavors

2

Mix dry with dry, wet with wet. Then mix the two together.

3

Kneed until nice and stringy gluten strands form. Divide in half and roll each into a log about 1.5” across. Roll in parchment paper tightly (like making a sushi roll), then roll in foil and twist the ends tightly. Place right in the preheated oven rack.

4

Bake in a 325 degrees F oven for an hour, then turn off and leave in the oven for an extra hour (did this out of timing necessity). Otherwise, bake at 325 for 90 mins or so.

5

Take out and let cool - then slice and serve alone or on your favorite pizza. It seems to firm up nicely after cooling.

Ingredients

DRY
 2 tsp mustard powder
 2 tsp hot smoked paprika
 ¼ cup nutritional yeast
 1 ½ tsp crushed fennel seeds
 1 tsp saltused pink Himalayan
 1 tsp coarsely ground black pepper
 1 tsp garlic powder
 1 tsp cayenne pepper/red pepper powder
 ½ tsp crushed anise seeds
 ½ tsp fennel
 ½ tsp white sugar
 1 ½ cups mini tapioca pearls
 2 tbsp dry tomato powderor 1/4 cup tomato paste - and elliminate the extra 1/4 cup water
WET
 1 tsp Lapsang sou chong tea - brewed in 1/2 cup water
 2 tbsp olive oil
 2 tbsp liquid amino acid or soy sauce
 ¼ cup cold water(omit if using tomato paste)

Directions

1

Crush the fennel and anise together a bit to let out the flavors

2

Mix dry with dry, wet with wet. Then mix the two together.

3

Kneed until nice and stringy gluten strands form. Divide in half and roll each into a log about 1.5” across. Roll in parchment paper tightly (like making a sushi roll), then roll in foil and twist the ends tightly. Place right in the preheated oven rack.

4

Bake in a 325 degrees F oven for an hour, then turn off and leave in the oven for an extra hour (did this out of timing necessity). Otherwise, bake at 325 for 90 mins or so.

5

Take out and let cool - then slice and serve alone or on your favorite pizza. It seems to firm up nicely after cooling.

Pepperoni Seitan ala Beth