Drumsticks for dinner??

Seitan can be added to many dishes in virtually every cuisine, from Italian, Greek, all the way to Vietnamese. The real one reason why seitan is so popular is because of it’s texture, especially when compared to other alternatives vegan proteins, such as tofu or tempeh, which don’t really have that “meaty” texture.

Nutritionally, seitan is a powerhouse. In both quantity and quality, the protein in seitan is similar to that in beef. Sirloin steak and seitan both supply approximately 16 grams of protein per 100-gram (3.5 once) serving, or about 25 percent of the U.S. Reference Daily Intake. This is twice as much as an equal amount of tofu and 40% more than is supplied by two medium eggs. And while the 3.5-ounce sirloin comes with 11.5 grams of saturated fat, 58 milligrams of cholesterol, and nearly 300 calories, seitan contains no saturated fat or cholesterol, and only 120 calories per 3.5-ounce serving.

So to day I will show you how to prepare and to make some fun foods for the family. Spicy and crunchy, yet so tender inside . When making these tiny chiKON drumsticks for children remove the heat  ( chili powder ) from this recipe!!  This is not only delicious, but also a fun finger food, that children will love. So here is the Link to the drumstick recipe  enjoy!!

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