What started as an instructional video ended up as a new recipe! This EASY BBQ Soy Curls Recipe is super simple to make and it only takes about 30 minutes.
Who doesn't like good BBQ? And I even made a video!
I can't count how many times I have mentioned Soy Curls to non-vegans only to get that 'deer-in-the-headlights' stare .....
They either have never heard of them, bought some once and never opened the bag, or think they are completely alien 👽.
So I thought I would make a video explaining exactly what Soy Curls are, who makes them, how they're made, where to buy them, and all that jazz.....
...and demo an easy recipe to showcase just how good they can be.
And here we go, my first recipe video in quite a long time.
Can't wait to get started.
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Easy BBQ Soy Curls
Four ounces of Soy Curls is about ½ of a standard 8oz bag - and will make 4-6 servings.
Soy curls are dried and crispy, so they will need to be rehydrated before you can use them. Simply place them in a bowl and add about 1.5 cups of hot water and let them soak.
I like to flavor the water, to add some flavor to the soy curls, otherwise, they are very bland, so I personally use a tablespoon of marmite.
But you can add 2 Tbls of low-sodium soy sauce instead, or about 1 teaspoon of Better Than Bouillon Veggie Base - I believe the sodium count is roughly the same.
While the soy curls are enjoying their bath, dice up the veggies and saute them in a skillet - just until they soften a little. Then drain the soy curls, giving them a really good squeeze to eliminate as much moisture as you can.
Then chop them up if you want (some people like the long strips, and others like to use a food processor) and add them to the skillet. Mix everything really well and fry just until you get a little color on the soy curls, then add about a cup of your favorite BBQ Sauce.
Once everything is hot and bubbly, you can serve them in a bun or however you like your BBQ. I dress my "Chopped Soy" sandwich in a little mustard and a few jalapenos. Yum!
As I said - this started out to be an instructional video showing all the new folks what soy curls are and how easy they can be to prepare - and it turned into yet another BBQ recipe lol.
That's ok - we can never have enough BBQ, right?
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What started as an instructional video ended up as a new recipe! This Easy BBQ Soy Curls Recipe IS super easy to make and it only takes about 30 minutes.
- 4 oz Butler Soy Curls
- 1.5 cups hot water
- 2 Tbls low-sodium soy sauce (or sub 1 tsp Better than Bouillon veggie base, or 1 Tbls marmite)
- ½ onion
- ½ red bell pepper
- ¼ poblano pepper
- 1 cup of your favorite BBQ Sauce (add more if you like)
- Place 4 oz (½ of a bag) of soy curls into a bowl
- Whisk soy sauce, bouillon, or marmite into 1.5 cups of water
- Add the water mixture to the soy curls and allow them to rehydrate while you prep and cook the veggies
- Dice the onion and peppers and saute over med heat until softened
- Drain the soy curls and squeeze out the excess liquid
- Chop soy curls into smaller pieces then add to the onions & peppers
- Saute 4-5 min over med-high heat until they start to brown a little
- Reduce the heat, add your BBQ sauce, and mix well
- Serve on your favorite bread or bun and enjoy
Keywords: BBQ Soy Curls