Sicilian Cauliflower Spaghetti

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First time I used the Forks over Knives – The Cookbook, and I failed, because I added some fried seitan. Yes, I used oil, sorry:

 

sicilian cauliflower spaghetti

 

Name: Sicilian Cauliflower Linguine

From: Forks over Knives – The Cookbook

Adjusments: spaghetti instead of linguine,

and I added some cubed and fried seitan.

The seitan was home prepared using the recipe for Beefy seitan from The Vegan Slow Cooker

Seitan Wienerschnitzel

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It’s almost unbelievable, but it’s still snowing in Belgium. So, while we wait for spring to arrive, relax and have some comfort food like mashed potatoes with a Seitan Wienerschnitzel.

I made my own seitan with the recipe from ‘Fresh from the Vegan Slow Cooker’.

 

Seitan Wienerschnitzel

 

Name: Seitan Wienerschnitzel

From: The Healthy Voyager’s Global Kitchen

Author: Carolyn Scott-Hamilton

Orange Seitan Stew

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This is a perfect stew for the snowy and very cold days we’re having. The stew contains orange juice so it provides you with some extra vitamine C.

Orange Seitan Stew

 

Name: Orange Seitan Stew

From: Heary Vegan Meals for Monster Appetites

Authors: Celine Steen & Joni Marie Newman

Adjustment: I replaced  the potatoes with turnips.

Beer-Bathered Seitan Stew

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Whenever a new vegan world food cookbook comes in my hand, I have to check if there is a Belgian dish included. Mostly I find a vegan version for carbonnades. In Terry Hope Romero’s latest, Vegan Eats World, I even found a new twist on our traditional dish. 

 

Beer-Bathered Seitan Stew

 

 

 

Name: Beer-Bathered Seitan Stew

From: Vegan Eats World

Author: Terry Hope Romero

Vegan Risotto in the Machine

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Another recipe for your rice cooker. And it’s even fancy enough to serve to guests:

 

Vegan Risotto in the Machine

Vegan Risotto in the Machine

  • 2 cups arborio rice
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 100 g seitan (I used the one from World Eat Vegan)
  • 200 g mushrooms
  • 500 ml vegan chicken broth
  • pepper and salt
  1. Rinse your rice with cold water
  2. Cut the mushroom and seitan in little pieces
  3. Put olive oil, onion, mushrooms, seitan and rice in the pan of your rice cooker.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Add broth and salt and pepper.
  6. Close your pan and put on the machine.
  7. Stir 1 to 2 times during cooking.
  8. It should be ready after 21 minutes.
  9. Serve with a tomato sauce.