Sloppy joes #4

Yield: 3 Servings

Measure Ingredient
1 pack (8-oz) teriyaki seitan; shredded or chopped (up to)
½ cup Natural catsup
1 tablespoon Vinegar of your choice (I used apple cider)
1 teaspoon Veg. worcestershire sauce
1 teaspoon Prepared mustard
2 tablespoons Water (up to)
4 Whole grain hamburger buns; split and warmed or toasted

From: Gretchen Gregory <livrite@...> Date: Sat, 10 Aug 1996 18:12:54 -0700 My favorite comfort food as a kid was my Mom's recipe for sloppy joes--unlike any other I've ever tasted. I still love them today, but hardly ever eat them because I've cut back on meat. Until tonight, when i did make them, I used ground white turkey breast, which was good, but not as good.

Well tonight, I decided to try it using seitan (first time ever!) and portabello mushroom (which I've been adding to a lot of things since reading about them on this list). It was great!!! I mean REALLY great. I was very pleased with the texture of the seitan, and the flavor (which came already marinated in teriyaki sauce). I used Lightlife brand Savory Seitan, which was the only seitan I could find.

Combine all ingredients except buns in a pot on stove. Heat to boiling, then reduce heat and simmer about 20 minutes, until desired consistency and flavors are blended. Spoon onto buns and eat.

fatfree digest V96 #221

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