If you’ve got the time, try this slow-cooked stock recipe for your homemade seitan. This particular stock is of the brown variety, which will give your seitan that deep ‘beefy’ flavor. It’s the go-to for our very own seitan recipe as seen in earlier posts. If you’re not already hip to that kernel of awesome stop what you are doing and check out our homemade savorylicious seitan recipe here. (It’s really freakin good!)
Our stock recipe is really simple, it just requires time…
What you’ll need:
1.5 gallons water (192 fl oz)
6 fl oz soy sauce (the picture above shows 8 in the measuring cup but that recipe has since been modified, too salty…)
3 c chopped onion
8 large cloves garlic
1 Tbsp whole peppercorn
High heat to boil, reduce to medium heat for steady simmer.
Cook for 2 hours, allow to reduce.
Remove 10 ounces for seitan dough, use remaining 2.5 quarts for cooking the seitan dough.
Oh, so much the flavor! Try it out and let us know what you think in the comments below.
As always, thanks for reading and eat well!