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    I adapted this recipe from a chicken recipe in an Indian cookbook. It's very flavorful and just the right amount of spice for my taste- but you can always make it spicier. It's my new favorite way to get protein!

    Recipe #341407

    Roast store-bought or homemade seitan for a crisp crust. Try out different marinades and oils (toasted sesame oil is my favorite).

    Recipe #302093

    Making seitan yourself is much easier and cheaper than buying it. You also have control over the seitan's seasoning. It may seem time consuming, but it actually requires very little attention. If you can't find vital wheat gluten flour, there are many websites that sell it. I bought my flour from www.bobsredmill.com. This is a great high-protein substitute for chicken or tofu in any meal. My favorite way to prepare it is to roast it and serve it with veggies and some kind of grain. It's also great and easy to prepare in stir-frys.

    Recipe #302090

    This dish has a mild flavor, but if you'd like something with a stronger flavor it would be easy to spice up. Serve it by itself, with noodles or rice, or wrapped in a tortilla

    Recipe #270127

    This sauce is a tasty, easy-to-make stir-fry sauce.

    Recipe #270125

    Potatoes, spinach, and chickpeas. The cinnamon and cayenne pepper give this dish a really interesting flavor.

    Recipe #268765

    I created this recipe after I had made an Ethiopian dish and had leftover potatoes and lentils. It's a simple but tasty "earthy" meal.

    Recipe #268382

    Spicy spinach, chickpea, and tofu. For a gluten-free version ensure both soy sauce and curry powder used are also gluten-free

    Recipe #267947

    This a simple risotto with spinach and artichoke. It tastes a lot like a spinach artichoke dip- hence the name. This dish is vegan if made without Parmesan cheese.

    Recipe #267691


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