As a kid, my mom used to make BBQ shredded chicken sandwiches. The chicken was tender and the barbecue sauce perfectly sticky and sweet. I ate those sandwiches up.
From plants, grains, and seeds. I make my own tofu. I make my own seitan. I make my own everything. We do not eat a lot of processed foods.
Note: Since this post, we have removed wheat and many other processed foods from our kitchen, but I still wanted to share our story and recipe with you all!
Being tired, I knew that I could pull of BBQ seitan sandwiches. I had seitan in the fridge, some leftover BBQ sauce and an onion. Oh and bread. I don't really like bread, but my kiddo does, so I have it around. That may be the only thing in the house that isn't made by me.
What you need to first is to sweat down those onions. Sweat them means to cook them for around 20 minutes. Stirring a lot. Use a bit of water or oil to do this.
Then, the easy part. Add seitan to a pan and cook for 10 minutes. Add BBQ sauce. 10 more minutes. Arrange and eat! Scroll down for the recipe.