2 INGREDIENT VEGAN MEAT⎜BETTER THAN SEITAN STEAK

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👉 Seitan flour = Gluten wheat flour 👈

2 INGREDIENT VEGAN MEAT⎜BETTER THAN SEITAN STEAK
I have been working on a seitan alternative that would be both easier and tastier than regular seitan and after months of brainstorming and countless attempts, I have finally managed to make the perfect meat/ seitan substitute you can make under 10 minutes and store it in the freezer for later use.

This is the first video of a series of three in which I teach you how to make the seitan substitute and later I will teach you new recipes using this precious nutritious recipe.

👉 IMPORTANT: The mushrooms I have used are the dried whole shiitake ones that you buy at the Asian shops or online, and NOT the cut dried ones you buy at regular supermarkets. They are completely different kinds of shiitakes and taste totally different and there’s a considerable difference in price between the two – the Asian ones cost about 3 to 4 dollars per 90g and the ones you find at the supermarkets costs 3,50 dollars per 20g.
Read more about that on my blog post here: https://bit.ly/2AUKSNK

I hope you guys enjoy it!

Cheers!
CJ
🙂

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INGREDIENTS FOR 2 INGREDIENT VEGAN MEAT⎜BETTER THAN SEITAN STEAK

– 4 cups of REHYDRATED of Asian shiitake mushrooms (about 160g/ 5.64oz)

– 4 TBSP vital wheat gluten flour

– 1 TBSP soy sauce or tamari (optional)

DIRECTIONS:

– Rehydrate the dried shiitake in cold water for 2 to 4 hours or gently simmer them for 10 minutes or until very soft

– Cut the rehydrated shiitake in halves or thirds to help to pulse them

– Gently pulse them in the food processor, careful not to mash them

– Add 4 tablespoons of vital gluten wheat flour

– Add the tamari or soy sauce (or water)

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👉 PRINTABLE RECIPE: https://chefjanapinheiro.com/vegan-meat-better-than-seitan-quick-minced-meat-substitute/

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Comments

Kirstin Strand says:

I just made a batch! So easy and very versatile. I froze most of it but was eager to taste it, so I'm going to put it in a tortilla wrap for dinner. Then garnish with arugula, a smidgen of cheese and sour cream. SO good and brilliant idea! Thank you, Jana. (First-time seitan user)

tilat siddiqui says:

What’s with the Masonikkk hand signs in the intro?

hari shabad kaur says:

please suggest a wheat free alternative flour. thanks!

Erin LeA says:

Lol I thought she said "I love Satan."

kay rabey says:

I don’t like seitan, period.

TriniRoyQui Reyes says:

It's a lovely share . I would love to substitute musheoom for another protein Rich plant. Thank You for sharing

tpkyteroo luebeck says:

I downvote because it is STILL USING SEITAN! So I am crying foul! Now, if you were to NOT use Seitan or any wheat flour, then I'd say sure! For those of us who hate the fact that the Vegan majority get nightshades and wheat and vinegar in everything, and we with food allergies to these things, are told 'we don't exist and can't eat vegan' you could simply instead of using Seitan, use Soy or if can't have legumes either, than use Quinoa (grassy flavour more) or use rice (if not celiac as celiacs should not have any cereal grain). Then, for the 'spice' I would use pureed beets with ginger to help give it more of a meatier flavor with heat. (I'm not against the vegans, just the idiotic companies that think that vegans who are cursed with allergies don't exist because I am also ana to all meats and poultry!)

Sarah Hayward says:

I'm sorry if this is a stupid question, but I am VERY new to all of this. During the intro, you showed pictures of ways this could be used, and you showed burgers and meatloaf type things. How would you use this for something that needs to "hold together" (if that makes sense).

Fariba Ziarati says:

Thank you 😊💖

Jean A says:

Where do you get seitan flour? I have never heard of that. Do you mean VWG?

Trinity of God says:

Can you please give me a Source to where you buy your dried mushrooms thank you

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