Tempeh, a soya bean cake made from fermented compressed dried soya beans. Tempeh is a good meat substitute and a source of protein, calcium, magnesium and iron. You can fry, steam or crumble Tempeh. Marinating tip; garlic, ginger and soy sauce.
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How to prepare?
Cut into slices, sticks or cubes. You can marinate the Tempeh beforehand and fry it afterwards, so it often stays a bit soft inside. You can also fry the pieces until they are crispy and brown and taste nutty, then mix with seasoning and stir fry. After purchase keep them in the refrigerator for several days, but not too long, then they will become sour and the structure will change. (see photo). Freezing is also possible. A few black spots shouldn't be a problem. Slimeiness is. Fresh Tempeh smells like mushrooms.