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8/28/12 8:13 P

I use it a lot. Some of my favorite things:
I throw it in to a skillet with diced potatoes and whatever other veggies I have around (tomato, kale, certainly onions and garlic).
Tempeh bacon! Slice the tempeh as thin as you can get it. Marinade in a mixture of soy sauce, white or wine vinegar, a little brown sugar or molasses, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, and garlic and/or onion powder. I usually try to let it sit for a day or overnight, then bake at around 250°F until it's as crispy as I like it (remember to flip!). It takes a long time, but it's awesome!
I also just marinade in any kind of sauce (especially bbq!) and toss it on the grill/skillet/oven until it's heated through.

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8/16/12 2:43 P

Thanks! Those recipes look great!


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8/16/12 12:21 P

the recipe section of the ppk website is a great resource!

i just had the garlic thyme tempeh was some pasta last night and it is delicious.

good luck with it!

8/10/12 9:09 A

Lately, I have become interested in trying Tempeh...have never used it before, and my wife is not too sure about trying it.

Can anybody tell me where the best (simple) recipes for Tempeh could be found? We want to try something quick & easy in order to sample Tempeh.


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