I've been experimenting with Seitan recently but I'm struggling to match the type of Seitan I've eaten out in restaurants and food stalls.
The logs I've made have all been very tough and lacking in much flavour (unless frying in sauces post cooking).
I'm looking for a spongier log...
I used to make seitan, but seeing Gardein and other tasty alternatives in stores made me stop making it altogether. I have a full bag of vital wheat gluten, and since I am still looking for a job, I would like to save money by starting to make my own again.
So, like the title says, what are...
I would have to come out and say that this is a rather crude attempt at what sort of resembles beef strogganoff. It's not meant to be any sort of authentic representation, but rather what I would call a "hack" to make for a quick and delicious dinner.
1lbs seitan in chunks