Asian mock meat recipes

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A classic Chinese Buddhist dish upgraded to the holiday version. This vegetarian roast duck is a perfect holiday loaf for both vegetarian and vegan feasts. Seasoned veggies are cooked and wrapped in yuba sheets, steamed then fried until tender inside and crispy on the outside, then served with a savory sauce. It has a meaty texture on the outside and a dumpling-like filling on the inside. Compared to a traditional holiday loaf that is usually made with seitan and has a homogeneous texture, this one is so much more fun to eat, more delicious, and more nutritious.
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At the same time, fake meat is nothing new and has historical roots that go back millennia; as I previously wrote, the Chinese were innovators in fake meat. Having followed the trend and also tried quite a few of the fake meat products in the UK market, I set myself the task of producing my guide to fake meat — as much for my own benefit as, I hope, yours. The main factors I wanted to delve into were the motivations for eating fake meat, how good it is for you really , and whether there are any downsides. Everything presented here is based on my own research, opinions and experiences. Already it is apparent that we are talking sliding scales — since the Wikipedia goes on to list tofu and tempeh as examples.
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This Mongolian Seitan is my version of vegan Mongolian beef, made by tossing crispy pan-fried seitan in a sweet and slightly spicy Asian-inspired sauce. Us Americans tend to make recipes sweeter, less spicy, and a little more bland when they arrive over here. Usually when adapting those adaptations to be vegan I also reduce the sugar, switch to less refined coconut sugar , add more aromatics to the sauce, and reduce the cornstarch and oil.
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