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AuthorJenCategoryDifficultyBeginner

I've been trialing all kinds of ingredients to create a seasoning that would make a great base for seitan "pork" styles like chops and tenderloin. This one hits all the right notes for me - a little sweet, plenty savory and of course umami-packed!


This makes a total of about 10 tablespoons, which should be enough to season about 3 small "roasts" or 12 "chops." (I use about 3 heavy tablespoons when starting with 1kg of flour in my washed gluten to make seitan.)

Ingredients

 1 ½ tbsp light brown sugar
 1 tbsp dehydrated soy sauce powder I have tried using soy sauce in my seitan in place of using this powder and I think the flavor is more vibrant with the powder, plus if washing flour this saves you an additional wet ingredient.
 1 tbsp onion powder
 2 tsp dry thyme leaves
 2 tsp salt
 ½ tsp dried crushed rosemary
 1 tsp white pepper
 1 tsp garlic powder
 ½ tsp sage
 ½ tsp dried ground mustard
 ½ tsp cumin

Directions

1

Pulse all ingredients in a food processor or muddle together into a fine powder.

2

Store in an air tight container in the fridge. Should keep for several months.

Ingredients

 1 ½ tbsp light brown sugar
 1 tbsp dehydrated soy sauce powder I have tried using soy sauce in my seitan in place of using this powder and I think the flavor is more vibrant with the powder, plus if washing flour this saves you an additional wet ingredient.
 1 tbsp onion powder
 2 tsp dry thyme leaves
 2 tsp salt
 ½ tsp dried crushed rosemary
 1 tsp white pepper
 1 tsp garlic powder
 ½ tsp sage
 ½ tsp dried ground mustard
 ½ tsp cumin

Directions

1

Pulse all ingredients in a food processor or muddle together into a fine powder.

2

Store in an air tight container in the fridge. Should keep for several months.

Porky Powder