I was imagining possible ways to use seitan, when this combination came to me. Even my 84-year-old mother liked it. If you have any fresh shiitake mushrooms, they would go well too; slice them and add to the sauce.
The bell peppers in this dish add vitamin C, an antioxidant that plays an important role in boosting the immune system. This dish also contains seitan, a fat-free, high-protein food made from wheat gluten, which is often used as a meat alternative. Seitan can be found in natural food stores and well-stocked supermarkets.
The artichokes in this stew add fiber, vitamin C, and folate. This aromatic and tasty Middle Eastern dish is great served alone or over brown rice or pasta. Using fire-roasted tomatoes is not essential, but they will give the stew a delicious smoky flavor.
This hearty stroganoff is made with seitan, a fat-free, high-protein meat alternative made from wheat. Seitan is sometimes called “wheat meat” because of its amazing ability to mimic meat in taste and texture. It is sold in the refrigerated section of natural food stores and many large grocery stores.
Portobellos are meaty and delicious. They lend themselves well to grilling and can be served on a bed of grains, with mashed potatoes, or on whole-grain buns with all the trimmings. Portobello mushrooms are a great source of folate, selenium, and zinc.
This simple casserole is high in fiber, which helps your body eliminate excess hormones, toxins, and carcinogens. Just one serving of this casserole has 8 grams of fiber, so you’ll be well on your way to your daily goal of 40 grams.