Sunday, July 20, 2008

Breaded & Fried Seitan (Vegan Tonkatsu)



I'm a seitan junkie so I love trying lots of different ones. The basic seitan recipe is a tester recipe for Joy Tienzo with a few of my own modifications thrown in. Texture was perfect: dense but not rubbery, tender but not spongy.

After cooking (simmering in broth), I let them cool in the fridge and then dredged the pieces in flour, soy milk and panko crumbs, then fried them and topped with tonkatsu sauce. On the side: mushroom rice pilaf and brussel sprouts.

5 comments:

Erin said...

This looks like a very tasty meal, all around.

tofufreak said...

mmmmmm.... yummy!

destinyskitchen said...

That looks like a really tasty way to use up the 1/2 recipe of RFD "chicken-style seitan" I've got in my freezer...

ms. veganorama said...

Thanks guys!

destiny: I have yet to try the RFD recipe. I keep meaning to though.

The Voracious Vegan said...

I love seitan too. I just discovered it a few weeks ago and I can't stop cooking it. Love this new idea though, might have to try it for dinner!

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