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Quick Scallion Seitan Saute over Soba Noodles

What you need: 

1 package of soba noodles (whatever flavor you prefer) - about 8 oz.
1 bunch of scallions
5-6 fresh large button mushrooms (use more if they're small)
10 cloves of garlic, or more if you prefer.
1 cup seitan, chopped
1 tablespoon miso (or whatever size dollop you usually use)
1/4-1/2 cup water to saute

What you do: 

Cut up scallions into 1/2 inch pieces, using as much of the crispy tops as you can. Mince the garlic, or press (if your press actually works, mine never has). Slice the mushrooms into thinish slices. Cut up the seitan. In a medium fry pan, cook all the ingredients together in the water, adding more as you need it. Cook the soba according to directions at the same time (you won't need very much water for it to cook... just enough to cover). When its cooked to your liking, turn off heat, and serve over drained (and rinsed) soba noodles. Try and leave the seitan/scallion mixture saucy. The more gooey it is, the more sauce to mix in with the soba noodles. It took me 1/2 hour to get it out of the fridge and into my stomach, if not less.

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This is a great recipe! I cut the garlic in about half and used flavored chunk poultry style soy bits.
I also added crushed red pepper and used about 2 tablespoons of white miso.

Tastes even better the next day reheated!

Here is link for, they have LOTS of soy-based meat substitutes. I love em!

Thank you so much for this recipe!  :)>>>


this was awesome. i was worried that it would be too strong because there is so much garlic and scallions but it turned out perfectly. i added a few ingredients because i needed to get rid of some stuff: grated carrots & fresh minced ginger. also, next time i am going to use less seitan because i am not a huge fan of that stuff--only in moderation. thanks for the recipe!

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