What a great dish.. I am not a big fan of seitan, but this was really good. I took my chicken style seitan (based on a recipe from Real Food Daily) and allowed it to chill for several days in Jerk Marinade. I was lazy, so I baked it instead of grilled it. I imagine that grilling would be even more delicious and would definitely make a prettier plate presentation. I only added 1 tbsp of sesame oil to the marinade and no fat to the rest of the meal, but if you don't count fat grams, extra olive oil would make this dish amazing, I think.
The marinade was made from: cilantro, green onions, lots of garlic, ginger, cumin, coriander, allspice, nutmeg, cinnamon, lime juice, lime zest, orange juice, orange zest, braggs, toasted sesame oil and a tbsp of sucanat.
I served it with Green Chile Brown Rice, half a sweet potato, Pineapple relish and green beans...
The relish consisted of crushed pineapple, cilantro, scallions, red pepper, habanero pepper, lime juice, sucanat and sea salt. Delish..