I watched this video awhile ago and thought these looked excellent. I don't always love the way my seitan turns out when I try to make it myself, but I'm always looking for that perfect recipe. I had bought a bag of wheat gluten to make these, and I just never did. I ran across the gluten when I reorganized, and made a mental note to try to make these.
These turned out great! The cashews make them more tender I think, and also add a fattiness that I think is "vital" to the finished product. (I couldn't resist) And, she is right about the apple cider vinegar cutting down on the gluten taste. These are very similar to Field Roast or Tofurky sausages. It will be fun to play around with the spices. I really like the light onion flavor from the scallions too. This is hands down the best seitan recipe I've come across. I can't think of anything bad to say. The dough came together perfectly, and was easy to work with, and that made clean-up a lot easier. These will be great little sausages to make in the warmer months coming up, I'm sure they would be amazing grilled!
More curry oven fries for dinner. Dipped in Carolina Gold BBQ sauce from Trader Joe's. So so good. Speaking of sauces, I was wondering yesterday if anyone loves sauces more than vegans? I've always been a condiment lover, but I definitely think that love deepened when I went vegan.
I made sure I didn't get too full on potatoes again so I could try this out. Like the other two flavors I've tried, it is beyond out of this world. It is a ten out of ten for sure. If you like coffee, you will like this. The coffee flavor is rich and strong, and the ice cream is super creamy. And the caramel, what can I say about the caramel? I want to bathe in the caramel. It's sweet, and somehow runny the way real caramel can be even though it's been in the freezer. The fudge chunks are a nice bonus, but to be honest I would have been just as happy with the coffee and caramel. I really don't know which flavor is my favorite, all three that I've tried have been stellar. I won't be trying the chocolate fudge flavor, because I haven't read one good thing about it. I usually like to make up my own mind, but for some reason I am fine with going with the majority on this one. I was thinking how good this ice cream would be blended with some of the Califia Farms vegan Mocha. The perfect coffee milkshake. I'm really glad this flavor exists. I really love vegan caramel!