Tempeh recipes anyone?
Right here in chowhound are a couple of simple recipes like those Indonesian participants in a seminar made with their staple food (easy to find in Amsterdam):
I don't usually like "westernized" takes on soya foods, but that bolognese looks delicious, and I'll definitely make it for a vegan friend!
Also, see this older thread:
I often chop into cubes, toss with a marinade and roast in the oven to use in salads or tacos. I love this recipe: http://www.hungryhungryhippie.com/who...
Its awesome for sandwiches and wraps.
Crumbled tempeh sauteed with veggies and some taco seasoning is great for tacos/burritos.
It's not gourmet, but its quick and easy for days I'd otherwise get takeout.
Saute a chopped onion,
once it is soft add some paprika
then add a chopped up package of tempeh
once it is browned, add 1 c or so of corn kernals
top with equal parts ketchup and BBQ sauce
Serve a la sloppy joes or on top of rice.
My two favorite:
Orange Pan-glazed Tempeh with Kale and Wheatberries
Deli-Style Tempeh Salad
I usually make this with cilantro as the herb, pepitas instead of sunflower seeds, and lots of chopped celery added. Sometimes I add capers too.