Seitan Patty

Servings
2
Preparation
15
minutes
Cooking
30
minutes
Ratio
76:9:14
PRO:CHO:FAT


This is a standard recipe for making seitan patties using Wheat Gluten Flour, which can be used as burgers, roasts or as an addition to casseroles.

If you're vegan or vegetarian and have not tried seitan, then you really should give this a go. I'm personally not vegan, but prefer seitan burgers over conventional processed meats.

It's very high in protein (containing around 80g of protein per 100g of flour), and low in both fat and carbohydrate. It also contains no cholesterol.

It goes without saying that you should definitely NOT try this if you are in any way intolerant to gluten.

You can replace the water with any liquid (stock, soy sauce, liquid smoke, etc), and can use more or less depending on the firmness of the dough you require.

You can create a more chewy texture by kneading the dough for longer.

Seasoning is entirely down to personal taste and can include anything you desire.


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Seitan Patty

Nutritional Information
per serving

Energy 212.6kcals
Protein 40.5g
Carbohydrate 4.8g
Starch 0g
Sugar 0.2g
Fat 3.5g
Saturates 0g
Polyunsaturates 0.1g
Monounsaturates 0g
Trans 0g
Omega 3 9.2mg
Omega 6 75.4mg
Fibre 0.4g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 169.1mg

Athletic Goal Scoring

Recovery

80 points

Fat Reduction

60 points

Muscle Building

43 points

Endurance Training

39 points

Carb Loading

9 points

Post Workout

0 points

Ingredients

Water
200ml
Vital Wheat Gluten
100g
Soy Sauce
1 tsp (6g)
Hickory Liquid Smoke
1 tsp (6ml)
Paprika
1 tsp (2g)
Chilli Powder
½ tsp (1g)

Preparation

1
Add dry ingredients to a mixing bowl and stir (include any additional dry seasoning).
2
Add liquid and knead into a dough.
3
Transfer to a table top or board and continue to kneed until elasticity evolves.
4
Allow to stand for 10 minutes.
5
Kneed again for a further minute, and divide into servings required.
6
Wrap each serving loosely in foil, place in a steamer and steam for 30 minutes.
7
When ready, the seitan can be cooled and stored or reheated in a pan or oven.

Nutritional Analysis

Vitamin Profile
Vitamin A
527.42iu
Vitamin C
0.71mg
Vitamin D
0iu
Vitamin E
0.3mg
Vitamn K
0.8mcg
Thiamin
0.01mg
Riboflavin
0.02mg
Niacin
0.27mg
Pantothenic Acid
0.03mg
Vitamin B6
0.04mg
Biotin
0mcg
Folic Acid
1.6mcg
Vitamin B12
0mcg
Vitamin scoring based on RDA of adult

Mineral Profile
Calcium
2.37mg
Iron
0.31mg
Magnesium
3.05mg
Phosphorus
7.35mg
Potassium
29.8mg
Zinc
0.05mg
Copper
0.01mg
Manganese
0.02mg
Selenium
0.06mcg
Sodium
169.12mg
Mineral scoring based on RDA of adult

Amino Acid Profile
Tryptophan
0mg
Threonine
0mg
Isoleucine
0mg
Leucine
0mg
Lysine
0mg
Methionine+Cystine
0mg
Phenylalanine+Tyrosine
0mg
Valine
0mg
Histidine
0mg
Amino Acid RDAs based on a 100kg adult

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