Seitan subs

Yield: 2 Servings

Measure Ingredient
2 \N Sub rolls of your choice
1 \N Green pepper; small to medium
1 \N Onion; small to medium
1 \N Clove garlic
\N \N Enough seitan to fit into two sandwiches (if you use the tub-style; drain it first)
\N \N Teriyaki sauce (optionally)

Date: Thu, 30 May 1996 12:24:26 -0400 (EDT) From: "Judith E. Thomas" <jethomas@...> I almost hesitate to send this because it's so easy, but my husband came up with it and I think it was really delicious. We used an outdoor charcoal grill for this, but it can be done on the stovetop as well.

Note: The chunky seitan will work in this recipe; we happen to be lucky enough to have found a place that sells flavored seitan in rolls; like you would find sausage in; it's very firm and slices easily. We buy teriyaki and bbq flavors. For this recipe, we used the teriyaki flavor.

On the grill, using a pan, saute the sliced pepper, onion, and garlic. When they're to your liking, add the seitan to warm it up. Split the sub rolls and place them on the grill to toast (this happens fast!). Put the seitan and veggies in the sub roll and eat! You can add bbq sauce if you want or other condiments; arugala would taste nice in this sandwich.


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