Vegan london broil
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Vegan london broil
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:28:18 AM. Recipe ID 63596. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Vegan london broil
 Categories: Main dish, Vegetarian
      Yield: 8 6oz steaks
 
  2 1/2 lb Raw Seitan
           - (2 boxes Seitan Quick Mix)
    1/2 ga Water
  1 1/2 c  Tamari soy sauce
      1    7-inch strip kombu
           -- (sea vegetable)
      6 sl Fresh ginger (thin slices)
           Sauce
           -- (such as Bordelaise
           -- or Miso sauces)
 
  Prep time: 30 minutes
  
  Place Seitan in an 8-inch square cake pan.  Allow to rest until it
  takes the shape of the pan.  Place this pan inside a second, larger
  pan that is half-filled with water. Cover the larger pan. Bake in a
  pre-heated oven at 375 F. for 1 hour.  When Seitan is done, remove
  from the pan. Divide into eight equal pieces. To 1/2 gallon water,
  add tamari, kombu, ginger, and Seitan steaks.  Cover pot, bring to a
  simmer, and cook for about 45 minutes.  (If you are using a pressure
  cooker, reduce liquid by one half and cook for 20 to 25 minutes). You
  may leave steaks in the stock for several hours, if you wish.  Remove
  steaks from stock and drain. Brush with a little sauce, and broil so
  they will be lightly browned. Serve steaks hot with additional sauce.
  
  This recipe has been developed by Bro. Ron Pickarski as part of his
  work toward being a participant and finalist in the Culinary Olympics
  held in Frankfurt, Germany.
  




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Recipe ID 63596 (Apr 03, 2005)

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