2 cups Redmill gluten flour
1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Archived comment by: optional spices:
1tbs garlic powder
1tsp onion powder
2 teaspoon cumin
Braggs Liquid Aminos or other soy sauce to add salt
I have done a lot of experimenting to get the texture right, and this is what I have come up with.
Put the dry ingredients in a bowl and mix completely. Add enough liquid that all the flour forms into a ball. knead until there are no dry spots.
Form into whatever shape is desired, I usually end up with 2 thick pancakes.
Put into a pot with boiling water. The seitan will initially sink. It will float to the top, and when it has sunk again, it is cooked and ready for use. This takes between 45 minutes to 1 1/3 hours depending on thickness, elevation and heat.