Tempeh has kindof a funny flavour, I know.
Personally, I disliked it until I prepared it this way! So good, it shocked me. Now I’ll have tempeh very often, and it’s one of my favourite proteins sources.
I also want to point out the importance of a good quality tempeh, this is so important. A good tempeh does not taste bitter, which used to be the reasons I didn’t like tempeh.
As seasoning, I often use smoked chipotle in adobo. This is a Mexican sauce made of jalapeños, so good you need to try this one. Trust me :).
That said, I appreciate you so much and let’s get right into the recipe!
Smokey tempeh ???? with quinoa and spinach salad ????
This spinach salad will get you as strong ???? as popeye ????. The smokey ???? tempeh is deli!
Preheat the oven to 180°C/350 F.
Make the seasoning and dip the tempehGet yourself a big bowl and start adding the ingredients:
Mix it along with the tempeh and make sure every piece of tempeh has sufficient seasoning ????.Bake the tempeh in the oven for 4O minutes.
- Chopped garlic
- Chopped ginger
- Soy sauce
- Agave syrup (if using)
Cook for 15 minutes
Cook the quinoa for 15 minutes in ratio 1:2 (2 cups of water for 1 cup of quinoa).
Add your vegetable broht if using.
Spinach salad ????
Make dressing and mix with spinach
- Get a big salad bowl and cut the red onions very fine ????(sliced).
- Pour in the lemon ???? juice, so the onion can pickle.
- Add your chopped cilantro.
Once you combine the dressing with the spinach you should consume it, otherwise the spinach will start to look bad.
- Now go ahead and rasp the ginger and garlic ???? into the salad bowl, along with the pickled onion.
- Let these pickle for at least 10 minutes, after that, you can go ahead and add the spinach and mix it.
- Add some salt ???? and stir again.
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 502
- Calories from Fat 209
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 23g36%
- Saturated Fat 7.3g37%
- Sodium 414mg18%
- Potassium 1464mg42%
- Total Carbohydrate 43g15%
- Dietary Fiber 6.9g28%
- Sugars 5.4g
- Protein 40g80%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.