Quarantine Eats: Seitan Nuggets

The first time I had seitan was at one of Denver’s best, most hip, vegetarian restaurants (in my opinion), City, O’ City .

I wasn’t a vegetarian at the time – I don’t even know if I’m truly one now, but I will say that I have no had any meat since quarantine started and I feel so good about it.

It has been especially fun trying new veggie recipes, including this one: Seitan Nuggets!

I credit Matthew for this entire meal, because he’s the one who wanted to try it and he’s also the one who whipped it up!

Here’s what he used:

  • 2 cups vital wheat gluten (we found this at Safeway for ~$7.50 – we still have about half the bag left)
  • A splash of soy sauce
  • Vegetable broth
  • Garlic Powder
  • Onion Powder
  • Sauce of choice (we used hot sauce)

& here’s how he did it:

  1. Mix all the ingredients (except the sauce) together with a spoon
  2. Once well-mixed, knead the dough-like substance with your hands
  3. Separate into 2 loaves (large pieces)
  4. Boil loaves in a pot of vegetable broth for ~45 minutes
  5. Remove loaves from pot and cut into nugget-sized pieces
  6. Fry nuggets on pan over high heat until crispy
  7. Toss nuggets in sauce of choice for 1 minute
  8. Enjoy with a dipping sauce of choice (I made my own Greek Yogurt Mustard Sauce introduced in my Roasted Carrots Quarantine Eats post, along with Sweet Baby Ray’s Sweet Vidalia Onion BBQ Sauce)

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Don’t they kinda look like Chick-fil-A chicken nuggets???
These were so delicious and we will 100% be making them again.

Give them a try & let me know what you think in the comments below!

frugal & free,
Claire

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