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Savory Crispy Fried Battered Tempe

Savory Crispy Fried Battered Tempe

(Tempe Mendoan)

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  • Vegan
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Ingredients

  • GROUND SPICES

  • SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

Directions

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One of unique food in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia is Tempe (tempeh) and it’s made from fermented soybeans. There are several ways to cook and serve Tempe, one of it is battered fried. Tempe is vegan friendly and rich of protein.

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FRIED BATTERED TEMPE

Cut tempe into thin slices, about 0.5 cm thick.

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Using a food processor, finely grind all the ground spices.
Transfer them into a mixing bowl and add in the cornstarch and wheat flour. Add the water and mix well together. Set aside.

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Chop the scallions and add into the flour batter in mixing bowl, and mix together.

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Dip and cover the tempe slices into the flour batter one at the time until fully covered.

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Heat oil in the frying pan over medium high temperature. Fry the covered tempe for 1 or 2 minutes, or until the batter turn into yellow.
Remove from heat and transfer to paper towel for removing the excess oil. Serve while still hot with spicy dipping sauce if desired.

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SPICY DIPPING SAUCE

Slice the bird's eyes chilies and transfer them into a small bowl, mix with sweet soy sauce, and salt if desired.

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Ingredients

500 grams Tempe
1 tablespoon Cornstarch
250 grams Wheat flour
400 ml Water
2 Scallion
For cooking Vegetable oil
GROUND SPICES
1 Galangal
2 cloves Garlic
1 teaspoon Coriander seeds
1 teaspoon Salt
SPICY DIPPING SAUCE
5 tablespoons Sweet soy sauce
7 Bird's eye chilies
To taste Salt

Nutritional information

62
Calories
3,82 g
Total Carbohydrate
3,86 g
Total Fat
3,4 g
Protein

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