Garden-Fresh Stir-Fry with Seitan

June/July 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (64 votes)

Seitan's toothsome texture and taste make it a perfect vegetarian stir-fry ingredient that even nonvegetarians will love. Make it a meal: Serve over rice noodles to soak up the rich sauce and mix up some lightly sweetened iced green tea to drink.

"This is great stuff! I love seitan -- its texture is meaty enough that I don't feel like I'm missing out on anything by eating vegetarian. "
Garden-Fresh Stir-Fry with Seitan

9 Reviews for Garden-Fresh Stir-Fry with Seitan


For those who complain about gluten: What about those of us who are trying to get non-soy protein into our teenage, vegan daughters? You can seek out a gluten-free recipe, but we appreciate having access to recipes using seitan.


GREAT! Just what we need is MORE Gluten in our meals!!!! Why do recipe writers always do this?? Make a tasty, terrific vegetable dish then ruin it with WHEAT products???? When are you going to get it that less is more when it comes to gluten?! I will try it but will see if I can substitute something else for the seitan!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 18 weeks ago

There is nothing wrong health

There is nothing wrong health wise with wheat or wheat gluten. It is only a problem if you have one of several health issues, including celiac's disease. Most people don't have to worry about it. The gluten free thing for everyone is a fad that will soon pass. People are so gullible!


Love this recipe. Very easy and the sauce is great!


one of the best dishes i have ever tasted. The seitan's texture with the sherry's sweetness made this a delicious dish. I just ate a full plate and already want more.


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