I used to love the regional dish “stuffed dumplings with a grounded-leek roll mass” from my hometown. Then I thought: a vegan alternative must be possible. My vegan variant does not feel uncomfortable for having eaten too much. I decided to replace the grounded meat by Seitan. For this I passed the finished Seitan through a meat grinder.
Your meat wolf attachment for the Kitchenaid is available here.
For the dumpling you need either a shredder/slicer or your ready to buy dough. A hand shredder is theoretically sufficient.
Find an electric one is much easier or faster. I also have here the accesoire for the KitchenAid
- a bit of salt
- 300 g boiled potatoes
- 1.2 kg raw potatoes
- 160 g Seitan/ Gluten Flour
- 1.5 cups of water
- 3 tbsp vegetable broth powder
- 4 shot soy sauce
- 1 tbsp Tomato paste
- ROASTING BAGS
- 2 Stalk of leek
- 2 rolls of the previous day
- Salt pepper Liebstöckel grounded to taste
- A little liquid soy milk
- ground oatmeal
- Leave the remaining filling in the pan
- 200 ml soy milk
- 100 ml of oil (flavor neutral)
- 400 ml soy milk
- Salt pepper to taste
- Shred the peeled raw potataos. In the meantime cook the potatoes. Pour the raw potatoes into a towel /cheesecloth, press the cloth. The potato mass should be quite dry / firm. Press and hold until no more liquid escapes.
- Put in a bowl. Add the whole salt and 1 shot of boiling water.
- The potato dough must be firm but supple.
- Boil the boiled potatoes and stomp. Then add them to the mass. Knead until a dough is formed.
- Mix all the ingredients except the Gluten. It is best to dissolve the vegetable broth in half cup of hot water.
- Add the liquid gradually to the gluten and knead with the hands briefly until a homogeneous mass is formed.
- Put the mixture into a roasting bag and cook in hot water for an hour. Allow the extract to cool and pour through the grinder
- Pour the mixture into a bowl with soy milk and oatmeal and mix until a supple mass is formed.
- Season to taste
- Fry the whole in a frying pan with refined coconut oil or other oil.
- Add the cuted leeks and the diced rolls if necessary add some oil. Form the dumplings, do not forget the stuffing.
- Pour into a large saucepan of simmering water. Do not boil water or the dumplings fall apart.
- The dumplings are ready when they swim on the surface.
- Mix the 200 ml of milk with the oil in a Blender. Put in the pan to the filling. Add remaining milk. Boil and taste.