Vegan Seitan Gyros

The Vegan Stoner's Seitan Gyros


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Wildling said...

Purchased your cookbook. Love it! Have gifted it once already. That said, I am having a heck of a time finding seitan. What else could I use as an alternative to keep the munch train rolling?

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Wildling,

Sorry you can't find seitan. Try using mushrooms cooked with a bit of soy sauce — or tempeh, fried tofu, veggie sausage (check to make sure it's vegan), or your favorite roasted veggie. A good way to roast any veggie is to chop them and place them on a baking sheet, drizzle a bit of olive oil and salt on them, then toss and bake at 420ยบ for 30 minutes. Another option is to buy soy curls or seitan online.

Hope this helps and thanks for the support,

Meg said...

Your recipes are forever perfect. This one is no exception. I just got an air fryer and would like some simple recipes for it-- if you've got any, hook a sister up.

Anonymous said...

Looks really yummy.


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