Chorizo Seitan Pupusas with Radish, Carrot & Artichoke Salsa
These little masa cakes, which are stuffed with all sorts of fillings, are traditional street food fare in El Salvador. While they often contain meats or cheese, it’s very easy to “veganize” them with smoky seitan chorizo, which you’ll fold into your pliable masa harina dough and cook in an oil-less pan until crisp and yummy (trust, it’s a lot easier than you think!). Made from wheat gluten, seitan is high in protein and has a color and texture similar to meat, making it a popular plant-based substitute. The salsa it’s paired with is as zesty as it is colorful, and any left over is even better the next day as the flavors meld together.