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23 November, 2015

Soy Curl Chik’n

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This is a gluten-free, no oil, low fat recipe.

I have been making mock chicken and pork out of soy curls for quite awhile now. The first thing I experimented with was making a BBQ pulled pork sandwich.

You can used these in any recipe that calls for chicken or pork.

I just wanted to give a basic lesson on how to make this because so many people are new to these.

This recipe uses one bag of Soy Curls, ¬†which is 8 ounces. I also use Butler’s Chik-Style Seasoning. After trying to make it taste like chicken for so long and get the right flavor, it just never came out like I wanted to. The Chik-Style Seasoning is just perfect.

This will make quite a bit so you can store it in the refrigerator for use throughout the week in different recipes or even freeze it.


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  1. Put your soy curls in a large bowl of water and run warm to hot water over them. They will expand a lot.
  2. Leave them to soak for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, get our your food processor and get that ready as well as a large skillet.
  3. Put your skillet on high heat.
  4. Once the soy curls have hydrated and softened, pour any excess water out of the bowl. Squeeze the soy curls to get most of the water out. Do not worry about getting all of the water out. That is what this next step is for.
  5. Throw all of the soy curls into the hot skillet. Using a wooden spoon, stir them around. Do NOT add any water. Yes, it will be dry. We want them dry.
  6. Add in your Chik-Style Seasoning and the Simply Organic Chicken Grilling Seasons and mix together until the chicken is thoroughly mixed together and drying out.
  7. Turn off the skillet and remove from heat. Leave them as is or throw into your food processor and give a quick pulse or two to shred.
  8. You can then let them cool and freeze or put into the refrigerator for the week's use. Or, serve them immediately in whatever recipe you'd like.
  9. Enjoy.
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