Make your own vegan chicken in the comfort of your home with this easy recipe. Mix, steam, refrigerate and bake, fry, grill or use anywhere that calls for chicken.
Make this recipe with gluten for best results or gluten-free for chicken tenders. I had a really good idea to try adding oyster mushrooms to the mixture to give it that texture you often find in chicken, something that pulls apart, giving you the look and feel. The texture is amazing, the taste fantastic, the method easy, the results shocking. I even got asked what brand I bought when sharing on my story on social. It's not a brand! I made it, and you can too! So lets get cooking! Thank you to Jazzy for your request for vegan chicken or buffalo wings. â
11/15/2019 04:12:39 pm
Would it be possible to make this without mushrooms? Can they be replaced with something?
11/16/2019 08:38:42 am
Yes, you could replace it with jackfruit if you have that available. Otherwise you may omit it entirely it will still be delicious.
11/19/2019 05:32:06 am
What could you use besides VWG to make them gluten free?
11/19/2019 08:30:38 am
You would omit the vital wheat gluten, replace with 2 cups of gluten-free oat flour (oats ground into flour) and 1/2 cup amaranth flour if and as needed. Everything else is exactly the same process. These do require more baking / cooking time to fully cook the inside, fyi.
12/21/2019 12:48:00 am
I am allergic to wheat so can't use wheat gluten. Is there a substitute that would work in place of it?
3/31/2021 12:48:17 pm
Gluten-Free: Omit the vital wheat gluten, replace with 2 cups of gluten-free oat flour (oats ground into flour) and 1/2 cup amaranth flour if and as needed. Everything else is exactly the same process. These do require more baking / cooking time to fully cook the inside, fyi. I wonder if chickpea flour would work, but haven't tried it. Sorry for the late reply. :(
Lidia Le Francois
5/23/2020 03:27:52 am
How much longer does that gluten free option. Red to bake?? Thank you!
3/31/2021 12:49:52 pm
I would steam them for about 35 to 40 minutes, refrigerate and then bake before serving or pan-fry if you are happy with the consistency. Hope that helps!
Lidia Le Francois
3/31/2021 12:55:29 pm
Yes! This helps a great deal. Thank you!
9/27/2020 01:14:34 pm
Hi, can you do it without the tofu ?
3/31/2021 12:50:23 pm
I haven't made them without the tofu, but yes, I believe it would work, you may have to adjust the moisture.
3/31/2021 10:49:00 am
I just got done steaming these and now wondering about a marinade, what do you recommend - I made them look like tiny drumsticks
3/31/2021 12:55:11 pm
Hi Sue, fantastic! I hope you love them! It depends what flavor you want, you really could go anyway you want. Orange flavored, soy, spicy, teriyaki, herbs and oil, as you wish! I did one with agave (or maple syrup), apple cider vinegar, red wine vinegar, soy sauce, olive oil, minced garlic and cayenne. Another was just hot sauce and olive oil or earth balance, adjust as desired. The other was soy sauce, agave, apple cider vinegar *or lemon/lime*, optional tiny bit of hot sauce. Hope that helps! Any marinade of your hearts desire will work here.
4/25/2021 08:53:41 am
Hi! Great recipe, is it possible to substitute the amaranth flour? The price is prohibitive where I live :(
4/26/2021 10:46:43 am
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