Mealprep Sunday – Vegan Seitan Patties

On Mealprep Sunday I prepare my lunch for the next five days (Monday – Friday) and share the recipes with you. These meals are eaten to achieve 2.000 Kcal a day with 50% from protein and 25% from fats/carbs respectively.
Last week, we visited the cuisine of eastern Europe for some tasty goulash. But, to show you that it is possible, there’s no animal products in this week’s recipe! It’s vegan! It’s also, like always, pretty easy to do!

Nutritional information (per portion):
970 Kcal
76,6 g protein
68,3 g carbohydrates
40,3 g fats

Ingredients:
1 kg cabbage salad (careful, some of them are not vegan)
500 g seitan
500 g potatoes
100 g onions
30 g garlic
75 g breadcrumbs
750 ml water
150 ml oil
50 ml mustard
30 ml soy sauce
15 ml balsamic vinegar
A bit of broth
Spices (Salt, sweet paprika, cayenne pepper, pepper)

First, set up water to cook the potatoes in. Then mix water, oil (100 ml), soy sauce, garlic, mustard, sweet paprika (~5 tea spoons), cayenne pepper (1-2 tea spoons), pepper (2 tea spoons), salt (2-3 tea spoons), broth (~2 tea spoons) and the onions. Now add the seitan and breadcrumbs and stir it.

You can now form patties, I’ve made them in two pans, so I had to use more oil (~45 ml overall) and heated it, then change to the lowest setting and let them roast for about 30-45 minutes. Turn them regularly (all 5 – 8 minutes).

Once the potatoes are done, let them cool down. Then peel and slice them. For the dressing, mix 5 ml oil with the balsamic vinegar. Done!

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Example portion

Enjoy your meals! Leave some feedback if you’ve tried this recipe to tell me how you liked it, or suggest thing you want me to prep in the future. The stage is yours.

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