I've done stuffed seitan roasts pretty regularly. And we recently forayed into the territory of un-stuffed, and also un-excellent, storebought seitan roast.
So on a day when we had very empty cupboards, I decided to try creating a more excellent version of a seitan roast, without the stuffing - because this was a weeknight dinner, so in addition to can't-be-arsed syndrome, I didn't want to eat too much.
I followed the same recipe that we used at christmas this year, minus the stuffing. It took about 10 minutes to put together, 20 minutes to steam in the pressure cooker, and then, and then and then! I wrapped it up in yuba, to form a deliciously crunchy crust. A quick glaze with soy sauce & olive oil, and it went into the oven for 40 minutes, along with some kipfler potatoes, and carrots.
The result was at least 17 times better than Sanitarium's version, less salty, and a way to use okara. And it wasn't even that much work. And it had a crunchy skin!