Deep-Fried Tempeh Recipe

This Deep-Fried Tempeh Recipe is a great vegetarian option, perfect for a snack with dip.
By the MOTHER EARTH NEWS editors
September/October 1977
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This Deep-Fried Tempeh Recipe makes for a delicious snack anytime.
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This Deep-Fried Tempeh Recipe is a great vegetarian option for snack time.

Deep-Fried Tempeh Recipe

Cut tempeh into four-inch squares or triangles. Heat cooking oil in a wok, skillet, or deep fryer. Deep-fry tempeh chunks in the oil until they're golden brown and serve them in applesauce or with your favorite dip.


Copyright, 1977 The Farm, Summertown Tennessee, U.S.A. All rights reserved. Publication in THE MOTHER EARTH NEWS® by permission.


Read more about making and cooking tempeh: How to Make and Cook Tempeh.








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Irma_2
1/11/2008 7:25:52 PM
Please help me to use tofu pulp,from making milk out of soybeans,,what else can i do from the pulp,,so wont be wasted and probably can make food out of it,,thanks i enjoyed your website,,very helpful,GOD bless

Martin_9
7/16/2007 5:43:20 PM
Very good instructions here. Thank you very much. God bless, Martin, in Tasmania (I am happy to correspond, but please don,t add me to a mailing list)














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