This is out of one of my old weight watchers cookbooks back in 2000. Called "Just like Home". It was one of my favorite dished to make. Only has 5 points. Save the leftovers to make recipe #210213. I'll post that recipe also.
This is an original recipe by Susan V from fatfreevegan.com. It's so easy to make and incredibly yummy! You can buy Vital Wheat Gluten at most grocery stores (look for Bob's Red Mill). I did not have nutritional yeast so I omitted this ingredient with no lack of taste. These were "grilled" on a griddle and it worked out great. My meat eater hubby loved it as did the kids. Check out http://everydaydish.tv/cookingshow_video.html for a video on how to make this. (it's under Susan's Ribz).
I found this recipe over at vegweb.com but I am typing it up here so I can use the easy conversions and see the nutritional information. It received so many positive comments that I have to try it. One of the only complaints is that it can be very salty, so you might want to consider cutting back on the soy sauce or not adding additional salt.
This is a modified recipe from PPK. The changes came from AJO, the person who posted Seitan Log on here. I usually just eyeball the spices, so the measurements are just estimations. I highly recommend slicing this up and making a Seitan Dip with it (serve with Au jus broth) or crumble it up in a food processor and add it to chili or tacos.
This recipe is based off of the Veggieroni recipe from Fat Free Vegan, with a few tweaks. Feel free to substitute something else for the nutritional yeast, but you can't really taste it in the final recipe. I also use my food processor with the dough blade for this, and it goes together in minutes.
A mushroom, onion, sour cream and tofu pie from Almost Vegetarian. Fast to make the filling. Use your favorite savory pie dough or phyllo dough for the crust. Freeze the extras if you make more than one. The pie raw will keep up to three months frozen or 3 days if refrigerated. Note you can make ahead the filling up to two days.
This is a great dish if you are new to tofu. The strong flavours of the marinade and pineapple help hide the tofu taste and the tofu itself crisps up nicely. If fresh pineapple is out of season use tinned instead.
Ok, this one might be a hard sell for the tofu first-timers, but every veg head knows this recipe as a standard way to bread and pan-fry tofu. I first heard it from my friend's Mom (a lifetime vegetarian) when I was 16 years old. I've seen a variation of it in the "New Farm Vegetarian Cookbook" as well. Veg head or not, give it a try, its pretty fabulous and delicious.
fyi: Nutritional yeast is a non-active yeast loaded with B vitamins and protein, and it tastes a little cheesy, and little bread-like.