Flavoured with a carefully selected chicken seasoning (non MSG) and
crisp garlic granules, our chyck’n seitan is a taste explosion. Many
have eaten our breaded nuggets and struggled to believe it wasn’t
actually chicken. Gently fry with rice and vegetables to create a wholly
satisfying dish or serve with crisp winter vegetables and thick gravy
and feel like you just arrived home. As with all of our flavours it is
incredibly versatile and will work perfectly with virtually any dish you
choose. We love it in a rich katsu sauce served with rice and fresh vegetables.
It’s also great in sandwiches, wraps, in a pasta sauce or in a curry.
- Fortified with vitamin B12. 100g provides over 50% of your daily requirement of B12
- Low in fat, high in protein
- Contains no cholesterol, GMO’s or Palm Oil
- Good source of Iron and Calcium
Ingredients: Water, Wheat Gluten, Soy Sauce (Soy Extract (Water, Soybeans, Salt, Wheat), Sugar, Salt, Acidity Regulator: Acetic Acid) Gram Flour, Nutritional Yeast (with added Vitamin B12), Garlic Granules, Chicken Seasoning (Vegan), Onion Powder.
Storage & Preparation: Our seitan logs have a long (30 weeks) shelf life so long as the packaging is intact. Once opened, wrap the remaining seitan tightly in cling film, keep refrigerated and use withing 5 days of opening. Alternatively, freeze the seitan on the day of opening and use within 3 months of freezing.
Nutritional information per 100g: Energy 778kj/186kcal, Fat 1.3g of which saturates 0.2g, Carbohydrates 13g of which sugars 3.4g, Fibre 3.3g, Protein 30g, Salt 2.6g.
How to use seitan:
Seitan is the most versatile of products and its uses are only limited by your imagination or kitchen skills! Historically meals consist of a protein (seitan, animal products), carbohydrates (vegetables, pasta, rice) and often a sauce or dressing (gravy, ketchup, soy sauce). Seitan is the ideal replacement for animal products offering all of the benefits and none of the negatives which include the cholesterol and saturated fats which can lead to serious illness and of course seitan does not release greenhouse gases of which the livestock sector are a major contributor.
Seitan is a Japanese word which translates to “proper” or “correct” protein. The protein content of seitan is on a par with that of chicken breast at around 30%. It has a higher protein content than pork, eggs, milk, ground beef and fish.
If you are flexitarian or if you are transitioning to a vegan / plant based diet, you can use seitan to create any dishes that you would previously have used animal products. Whether it’s a roast dinner, pasta, a stir fry, a stew or casserole, fried rice or a filling for a sandwich, burrito or jacket potato. It’s ideal in a curry, in lasagna, in pies or pasties, as a pizza topping or as part of a full English breakfast.
It can be fried, baked, grilled, tossed in a salad or even eaten raw out of the pack. The options really are limitless.