Tempeh noodles

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Do you know about tempeh? Tempeh is a plant-based food that is very high in protein and super easy to cook.

It is made from soybeans left whole (unlike its cousin, tofu). And the result is a food that tastes better than tofu and has a denser, sometimes even crunchy texture. In short, this is a food you should try urgently, even if you are not vegan.

As with any food that you are not used to cooking (tempeh comes from Indonesia!), it is essential to find a good recipe to prepare it properly. Only the right seasoning and cooking will bring out the best in this delicious product.

Also originating from Asia, rice noodles are a product that we are not really used to cooking either. In Europe, we prefer wheat noodles, which we call pasta. Anyway, rice noodles are extremely easy and quick to prepare. The cooking time is usually 2x shorter than our usual pasta.

Tempeh and vegetables with rice noodles in a bowl
Tempeh and vegetables with rice noodles in a bowl
Tempeh noodles
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Servings Prep Time
1 portion 20 minutes
Cook Time
4 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 portion 20 minutes
Cook Time
4 minutes
Tempeh and vegetables with rice noodles in a bowl
Tempeh noodles
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Servings Prep Time
1 portion 20 minutes
Cook Time
4 minutes
Servings Prep Time
1 portion 20 minutes
Cook Time
4 minutes
Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Pour the frozen vegetables into a saucepan and let them defrost over a low heat.
  2. Cut the tempeh into slices or cubes to your preference.
  3. Fry the tempeh pieces in a lightly greased pan over high heat for 2 minutes. Reduce the heat and add the soy sauce and turmeric. Stir and let simmer.
  4. Cook the noodles according to the instructions on the packet. Drain and set aside.
  5. Arrange the dish in a bowl and add the parsley and gomasio on top.
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This article is brought to you by Noémie Nutrition, a qualified nutritionist in Lausanne. Find her on her website www.noemienutrition.com

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