Two-Ingredient Vegan Chicken Recipe Goes Viral on TikTok

Amanda M. Rye

TikTok continues to attract vegan chefs and those that want to focus on a plant-based diet. A new “vegan chicken,” recipe attracted attention when @futurelettuce shared his recipe for “two-ingredient vegan chicken.”

So what’s in this chicken? The video has 10 million views. In this video, the TikTok star combines flour and water, kneads it both underwater and on the counter, adds seasoning, and fries with vegetable stock for 45 minutes. So @futurelettuce made…seitan?

@futurelettuce2-ingredient chicken replacement 🌱✨ #washedflour #wtfmethod #veganrecipes #vegantiktok #foodtiktok #foryou #fyp♬ original sound – 🗿

Seitan is wheat gluten and is a popular meatless dish. Seitan (pronounced say-tan), also known as “wheat meat” or gluten is an extremely popular vegan meat. It’s versatile and can be made to taste similar to beef, pork, or chicken. Seitan is popular because of its texture opportunities-it can be soft like pot roast or as firm as steak. 

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Eating more plant-based foods is known to help with chronic inflammation, heart health, mental wellbeing, fitness goals, nutritional needs, allergies, gut health, and moreDairy consumption also has been linked to many health problems, including acne, hormonal imbalance, cancer, prostate cancer and has many side effects.

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