LABEL Veggie Protein Bloc – Wheat

Inspiration for cooking with seitan of Bertyn

Organic seitan from Bertyn is easy to use in vegetarian dishes. In classic dishes you can use seitan as a meat substitute. A meat substitute without cholesterol, with more protein than meat or fish and low in fat. Ideal on your veggie day. On this website you will find a lot of recipes for seitan.

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Seitan recipe suggestions

Vegetarian mexican seitan stew

Vegetarian mexican seitan stew

Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 30 minutes | Total preparation: 30 minutes | Type: Main dish, Meat substitute

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Ideal vegetarian Jamaican jerk recipe with seitan

Jamaican seitan jerk with chili and ginger

Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 15 minutes | Preparation time: 25 minutes | Total preparation: 40 minutes | Type: Main dish, Meat substitute, Stew

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Heerlijke groentesoep met seitan en tagliatelle van wortel

Delicious vegetable soup with seitan and carrot tagliatelle

Recipe suitable for: 4 people | Difficulty: Average | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Preparation time: 20 minutes | Total preparation: 40 minutes | Type: Appetizer, Main dish, Soup

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What fans say about Bertyn

Miki Duerinck & Kristin Leybaert

cooks of the vegetarian cookery studio and authors of 4 vegetarian cooking books, Ghent

“Even if we never manage to convert the world to the vast majority of meat replacements, one product remains decidedly hopeful: the Manitoba wheat and soy sauce-based, traditionally produced seitan manufactured by Bertyn. It brings together the two qualities required if you justifiably want to call a product a ‘meat replacement’: it is pure and natural and very tasty. It is on sale in health food shops, vacuum packed as seitan steak, seitan supreme or in ‘block form’. It is easy to prepare: the seitan is baked, steamed or cooked in a flash because it never requires lengthy cooking times. So from now on no restaurant has a valid excuse for not putting such a vegetarian dish on the menu.”