Vegan BBQ Steak with Chimichurri

Seitan grilled with molasses and peach and served with chargrilled sweet potatoes, carrot mash and Argentinian herb salsa.

  30g PROTEIN / 30g CARBS / <15g FAT / 375 CALORIES

  Ingredients:

  Seitan (43%) – wheat protein (gluten), soy, vegan Worcester sauce, tomatoes, sunflower oil, treacle sugar, garlic onion mixed herbs, rock salt.

  Sweet potato (33%) – sweet potato, olive oil, rock salt. Carrot mash (13%) – carrots, rock salt, white pepper.

  Chimichurri (10%) – red wine vinegar, lemon juice, oregano, parsley, garlic, rock salt, red pepper flakes.

  BBQ sauce (1%) – peaches, molasses, tomatoes, rock salt, soy, balsamic vinegar.

  Allergens: Gluten, Soy. (This product has been made in a factory that uses cow’s milk, shellfish, tree nuts, eggs & wheat)

 

Typical Nutritional InformationPer 100gPer 290g
Energy (kcal)123.7375
Protein (g)9.930
Glycaemic Carbs (g)9.930
   Of which is sugar (g)4.614
Total fat (g)515
 Of which is saturated (g)13
Cholesterol (mg)48.8148
Dietary fibre* (g)2.37
Total sodium (mg)76.9233

*Method of analysis: A0AC98529

R93.00

Heating instructions for your Vegan Seitan BBQ steak with Chimichurri:

Defrost thoroughly before use.

  • Remove the cardboard sleeve. DO NOT PIERCE FILM. Place on a microwavable plate in the center of the microwave, at least 1cm away from the sides of the door.
  • After defrosting microwave on 100% power for 2 minutes 30 seconds, alternatively from frozen microwave on 100% power for 4 minutes 30 seconds. The film will rise creating a steam environment and the film may pop, all of which is normal.
  • Use caution when peeling back the film as steam will escape.
  • Check that food is hot throughout, if not, heat for a further brief period.

As microwaves ovens may vary, these timings are a guide only and are based on an 850-1100-watt oven.

*HOME FREEZING. FREEZE ON DAY OF PURCHASE. USE WITHIN FIVE MONTHS OF FREEZING. LEAVE OVERNIGHT IN FRIDGE TO DEFROST (USE WITHIN 5 DAYS OF DEFROSTING IF LEFT IN FRIDGE).

A PRODUCT OF SOUTH AFRICA PRODUCED IN A HACCP CERTIFIED KITCHEN.

Vegan steak or “Wheat meat” has been around for centuries, although the name “seitan” (pronounced SAY-tan) is a much more recent development. Although it is made from wheat, seitan has little in common with flour or bread. Seitan becomes surprisingly similar to the look and texture of meat when it’s cooked, making it a popular meat substitute for vegetarians and vegans. It is also called gluten, wheat protein, or wheat gluten.

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