Friday, September 13, 2013
Vegan MoFo ~ Creamy Rice With Seitan Bacon & Baby Spinach, Featured Friday Site, & Mostly Liquids - Next Week
About 5 slices of Upton's Natural's Seitan Bacon
Large Handful of Baby Spinach
I used White Rice for this but you could use any rice, really.
For the Sauce:
2 T Earth Balance
3 Cloves Garlic
3 T (Bob's Red Mill's) Flour
3 T (Foods Alive) Nutritional Yeast
2 T White Wine
2 C Almond Milk
Garlic Sea Salt to Taste
At the end I also threw in some Wildtree Heart Spaghetti which is basically a mix of dried herbs. It turned out pretty good and I had a bunch of the sauce left so I am sure I will use that as left overs this weekend, too!
UPDATE: My adventures while using Upton Natural's Seitan Bacon improved last night as I did another BLT using it but this time NOT overcooking! What a difference! It was MUCH better. I will probably pick this product up on a rare occasion when I do come across it. I got this package in Mentor, Ohio about 2 months ago and that was about 2 and a half hours away. I'm probably more apt to use Fakin Bacon which is Tempeh based instead of Seitan based. I will say, tho, this is the best tasting SEITAN I have had to date, tho! It's been years since I have had Seitan because I had a few bad experiences with it years ago...I just didn't like it. BUT...this is a real WINNER when it comes to Seitan! I will no longer be afraid of it thanks to this product!
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I like the dish, it's so creamy. I love that. :) Years ago I used to make my own seitan, haven't done that in years since a lot of flour products don't agree with me, but I might make some again to give to my daughter. It will be an occasional treat.ReplyDelete
Oh thanks for the mention, I've received a lot of feedback via email and few of my friends messaged me on Facebook to say that they were interested. I wasn't expecting that, but it's nice to see others looking to try it out to see how they like them. :)
Thanks on the dish! Which flours have you had success with? Ones that don't both you (as much)?Delete
You're starting a great trend, girl! You are VERY inspiring! That is for sure!
I thought it was a creamy risotto dish, but otherwise this creamy risotto dish looks tasty! I haven't tried Upton's Naturals' Seitan Bacon - but these also look yummy in your dish. Awesome recipe on the cheezy sauce, I use margarine, cream cheeze, garlic, loads of vegan cheeze and creamer for a heavier cheezy sauce (haha!)ReplyDelete
Thanks! Which vegan brands to you like best for the cheeze and cream cheese, just curious!?Delete
Yummm that looks so good! I've never tried a veggie-bacon but I might have to look this one up!ReplyDelete
And I didn't think it was overly salty so that was nice - I think a lot of 'fake meats' and alternatives and flavored items are too salty - this wasn't too bad :)Delete
This dish looks great, so creative with leftovers and glad the seitan was better the second time around!ReplyDelete
Thanks! My mom was just telling me the other day that my Grandmother would be so proud of me for using my leftovers. I hope to blog about that and HER in the near future :)Delete