And sort of healthy.
Ok, super easy components:
1. Basic seitan recipe from Vegan with a Vengeance with the following modifications: Instead of 1/2 cup soy sauce, use 1/2 cup of water; add a tsp of onion powder and a crapload of poultry seasoning and one golden seasoning packet; steam 40 minutes (made into cutlets and wrapped in foil) instead of simmer.
2. Bread those using breadcrumbs and rosemary mixed together (some old bread + rosemary whirred around in the food processor). For the wet part, we did soymilk with about a Tbsp of ground flax mixed in.
3. Spray a baking sheet, put them on, bake at 350F for about 25 minutes. Then your seitan is all done.
4. Make teeny skinny strips of zucchini and summer squash and boil them for like 2 minutes, then drain. That's your pasta.
5. Pile up veggie-noodles, add your favorite pasta sauce, top with seitan and some fake cheese. We made the buffalo mosterella cheese from the Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook (which was also totally easy and delicious and cheap).
Also, we reconstituted some dried morel mushrooms and cooked them up in some Earth Balance. They were rad on the side. Anyway, it's a healthier alternative what with baking the seitan and using veggies as the noodles. Not too heavy for your tired and hot summer belly. And fun to make! And easy! You are doing yourself a serious disservice if you don't try this. I mean it.