Smoky Seitan Kebabs with Peanut Sauce

Serves 2 / ready in 30 minutes

Smoky Seitan Kebabs with Peanut Sauce

Kebab is a general term that can apply to various types of Middle Eastern grilled meats. In America, we’re most familiar with shish kebab: small pieces of meat that are skewered and grilled. But beef and lamb come with a high eco-footprint (especially when the animals eat grass, resulting in higher methane emissions). This smoky kebab recipe uses easy homemade seitan instead, to cut down on emissions. Topped with peanut sauce and served with fresh lime and herbs, it’s a deliciously smoky and more sustainable way to enjoy this tasty dish.

In each delicious serving: (without garnishes): 490 calories | 56 g protein | 16 g fat | 33 g carbs (16 g sugar, 5 g fiber) | 637 mg sodium

Source: Want To Save the World?

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