Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Soy-tan dream cutlets from 1,000 Vegan Recipes

Robin Robertson has a new giant book of vegan recipes. 1,000 Vegan Recipes to be exact.
Tonight I whipped up the soy-tan dream cutlets to add to my leftover mexcellent rice bowl. A mix of tofu and wheat gluten with a little spices, this is a super fast way to get some seitan into a weeknight meal. Crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Fast, easy and delicious.

9 comments:

HayMarket8 said...

This looks like a very interesting mix of ideas. I wish I had the recipe! ;)

Jeni Treehugger said...

Oooh yeah this sounds awesome. Don't tell me this is yet another book I have to add to my wanted list!!!
NO!!!!

twoveganboys said...

Wow. These looks delicious.

For the Love of Guava said...

hmmm interesting... and vaguely more appealing sounding than normal seitan for some reason...

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

Those look great!

Bianca said...

Those look awesome!!! Honestly, I'd like to know how Robin Robertson does it. She has this book with 1,000 RECIPES! And Vegan Planet is pretty damn big too...I feel like it's taking me ages to develop the 250 recipes I want for my cookbook. I think Robin Robertson has super powers.

jessy said...

i didn’t know robin’s book was already out – ooooh, i’m gonna have to get it super soon! my wishlist of vegan cookbooks keeps on growing – i love it! the cutlets look awesome – and the texture sound perfect!

aredcardigan said...

Those dream cutlets sure looks dreamy:)

Siiiigh.

I bet it makes a good sammich filling too!

Susan said...

I can't wait to get this book, I love Vegan Planet. 1000 new recipes to cook though? Meep. ;)