Sunday, May 21, 2017


Fried Tempeh & Potato in Soy Sauce @

Mixed vegetables  dish  consisting of  fried  tempeh and  potato simmered in spicy sweet soy sauce.

One of my son's favorite vegetables, tempeh (fermented soya  bean cake), potato  with loads of bird's eye chili.

Fried Tempeh & Potato in Soy Sauce was extra spicy due to addition of bird's eye chili.  Spices are a matter of individual taste so adapt accordingly.

Adjust the soy sauce and sugar to your liking.  Cut the tempeh and potato into almost equal size for  uniform cooking.  If you choose a healthier option, do boil,  bake or microwave the potato  until done but still nice and firm.

Fried Tempeh & Potato in Soy Sauce is a versatile dish.   In case you run out of potato, easily replace it  with tofu  or sweet potato. For extra crunch and taste,  add some fried anchovies to the above and toss well..

Other vegetable recipes:

Cauliflower & Pumpkin Curry

Bean & Carrot Poriyal

Stir Fried Cabbage

Fried Tempeh & Potato in Soy Sauce @

Serves  :   6

6 tempeh  each 5 x 13 cm cut into 8 pieces
500 g  potato peeled and cut
10 bird's eye chili
2 big onion
3 tablespoon sweet soy sauce
salt and sugar to taste
oil for frying


Heat the oil, fry separately tempeh and potato.  Remove and drain on absorbent paper.  Keep aside.

Blend onion and chili into coarse paste.

Heat 3  tablespoon oil in a pan, fry blended ingredients until fragrant.

Mix in soy sauce, salt and sugar as desired.

Add in fried  tempeh and potato, stir until well coated with spices.

Fried Tempeh & Potato in Soy Sauce @

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Vanessa said...

This is a great recipe and so happy you joined Dishing it and Digging it link party. Thank you again and have a great week.

Lazy Gastronome said...

This looks so yummy!! I haven't had tempeh in awhile - guess I need to make some! Thanks for sharing on the What's for Dinner link up!

Teresa B said...

I'm usually not a huge fan of soy sauce, but this looks so good I may give it a try. Thank you for sharing the recipe at The Really Crafty Link Party this week. Pinned!

Queen Mom Jen said...

This looks so good! I have been looking for some fun new recipes to try and I like this one VERY much!

A Crafty Mix said...

I've never heard of tempeh before. I'll have to look it up on google, but your dish sure looks delicious

Deborah Davis said...

I've always been a little intimidated by tempeh preparation because I have not mastered many ways to make tempeh taste good to me. The ingredients in your recipe seem to be just what I need to make a delectable tempeh dish. Thanks for sharing it with us at the Healthy Happy Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I'm pinning and sharing.