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Garden-Fresh Stir-Fry with Seitan

June/July 2006, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (67 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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

01/10/2015
Anonymous
It was meant to be simple..

I am on a vegan diet and I was searching for a simple stir fry - for me, simply is 15 minutes, common ingredients, no fuss.

I don't need to cook it to know it's not for me :/

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10/16/2013
Anonymous
Quantities are all wrong

Thanks for posting a recipe with all the wrong quantities... ended tasting like red wine and I think my husband is drunk at this point (he doesn't drink much). I waisted my wine, time and date night.

Much appreciated

My husband lost all faith in my cooking so he vows from now on to cook every night
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Anonymous wrote 21 weeks 5 days ago

FY - Sherry and red wine are

FY - Sherry and red wine are not the same thing and definitely not interchangeable in recipes. That is likely why this didn't turn out.

08/27/2013
YUM!

Delicious, healthy, quick to make. Had pretty much all the ingredients on hand. I put the stirfry over some quinoa for added healthiness. Yum! Highly recommend this recipe - I will definitely be making it again.

Delicious, healthy, quick
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04/08/2012

We couldn't find seitan so we substituted with tofu. It was still pretty good.

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10/29/2010
Anonymous

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.

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