Here is a batch of seitan I made up for meals later this week. I ground up 2, half pound packages, which are now in the freezer to be used later and sliced up another half a pound to be used for tonight's dinner. I used the seitan recipe from Joanne Stepaniak's book, "Dinner for Two".
Korean style seitan. I made a marinade out of tamari, rice vinegar, rice wine vinegar, brown sugar, ground ginger, and green onions. Then I put the sliced seitan in to marinate for about an hour. Once most of the meal was cooked I gave the seitan a quick fry in a nonstick pan along with the leftover sauce. To accompany our Korean style seitan we had wild rice, steamed broccoli, green beans, cauliflower, and some fresh pineapple and kiwi. The family really enjoyed dinner tonight.