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#1 Old 10-12-2007, 11:02 PM
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Looking foor some good ingredients to replace eggs after dreadging.

Found some chichen coating mix that is vegan, that I will try to use on some satien, and some Morning Star chichen strips, but any other combos would be appreciated.

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#2 Old 10-12-2007, 11:12 PM
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I do a "fried chik'n" type thing with seitan chunks.



First, since there is no gross meat juices to hold the breading on very well, I dip the chunk into a thick liquid mixture of 1 part Vegenaise and 1 part soymilk.



Then I dip into a breading mixture of whatever I am using for the day... fine breadcrumbs or seasoned flour or whatever...



Then place carefully in a hot pan with some oil, using tongs.



When browned on one side, turn carefully with tongs. Since there isn't all those (gag) meat-juices and stuff to hold the breading mixture on, it WILL still fall off quite a bit easier...



Something that works really well and sticks pretty good and tastes good is very fine breadcrumbs, sage, salt and pepper pepper to taste and about 1 Tbsp CORNSTARCH. This works for tofu even! It really fries up crisp with the cornstarch added.



From experience the Morningstar Farms Meal Starter Chicken Strips don't do so well with the breading/frying application, however. If cooked too hot or too long they get VERY tough and dry and horrible. Better to try some seitan or tofu which is more moist...
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