Setian Roulade

Gourmet.  And it's quite simple.  Honestly!

Adapted from WTHDAVDEA, Olives for Dinner

For the setain: mix together 1 cup vital wheat gluten, 1/4 cup whole wheat flour, ~1 cup water, vegetable bouillon, thyme, and sage.  Knead [with a spoon] until it forms a ball, and pulls away from the sides of the bowl, adding water as needed.  Coat a baking sheet with nonstick spray (I forgot to do this, and ended up chiseling it off for a good 10 minutes!), and spread the dough out as thin as possible in the shape of the pan.  It's OK if there are a few holes.  Bake at 400 for 10 minutes or so, until cooked - it should be firm but not crispy.  It's OK if it's slightly burnt... mine was, and it still worked out fine!

OK, so, now you slice ~1/2 lb criminis, chop 2 cloves garlic, chop 1/3 cup sun dried tomatoes, and tear/de-stem/wash a bunch of spinach.  Saute all of these until tender with soy sauce and cooking sherry.  Drain well, then spread onto the setian like you're making a pizza.  Roll up the setian, and secure with string or something (I used sewing thread, which worked fine).  Bake at 350 for 20 minutes, and serve with gravy.  I used this leftover gravy, and it worked very well.

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