🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh)

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🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh). Crispy fried tempeh is tossed in addicting spicy sambal sauce is a popular Indonesian dish and a great source of meatless protein. The tempeh is deep-fried or pan-fried and then cooked with a spicy, sweet, and slightly tangy sauce. This goes very well as side dish with nasi lemak /coconut milk.

🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh) Tempeh Goreng: Indonesian Spicy-Sweet Tempeh [Vegan]. Advertisement. 🍴sweet and spicy beancake & tofu🍴. Indonesian cuisine is very popular in the Netherlands, which is not surprising due to its deliciousness and our shared history. You can cook 🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh) using 33 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of 🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh)

  1. Prepare of A) INGREDIENTS FOR SWEET FRIED TEMPEH (can also be eaten separately with salads as a protein topping).
  2. Prepare of For 2 -3 servings.
  3. It’s of □ 1 packet of tempeh (200g), cut into size of Lego bricks approx 1.25″x 0.5″.
  4. It’s of □ ¼ tsp of turmeric powder.
  5. Prepare of □ ½ tsp of coriander powder.
  6. Prepare of □ ¾ tbsp of palm sugar or grated Gula Melaka.
  7. You need of □ 1 calamansi lime.
  8. It’s of □ Salt.
  9. You need of □ Olive oil spray.
  10. It’s of □ 2½ tbsp of virgin olive oil.
  11. It’s of B) INGREDIENTS FOR SPICE PASTE OR 'THE REMPAH'.
  12. It’s of □ 3/4 cup of shallots, halved (about 8 -12 pcs).
  13. You need of □ 4 -5 cloves of garlic, approx 2 tbsp.
  14. Prepare of □ One finger of turmeric, 1.25″ x 0.5” x 0.5”.
  15. Prepare of □ 2 tbsp of galangal or two slices 2” x 1”.
  16. You need of □ 2 stalks of lemongrass, the white part only, roughly chopped, approx. 3 tbsp.
  17. You need of □ 2 slices of ginger, 1.5″x 1″.
  18. You need of □ 1/4 tsp of limes zest.
  19. You need of □ 3 kaffir lime leaves (optional).
  20. You need C. of INGREDIENTS TO COOK SAMBAL GORENG.
  21. You need of □ Rempah or Spice Paste (From B).
  22. Prepare of □ 2½ cups of long beans, 1.5″ pieces, cut at an angle.
  23. It’s of □ 150g or about 2 cups of white button mushroom, quartered.
  24. You need of □ 2 red chilies, sliced bias cut and deseeded with a teaspoon.
  25. Prepare of □ 1/3 cup of Sambal Tumis (from previous recipe).
  26. You need of □ 1/2 cup of coconut milk + extra.
  27. Prepare of □ 1 cup tamarind juice made from loosening 1 tbsp of tamarind pulp in water and strained.
  28. You need of □ Juice of 2 calamansi limes, remove any seeds.
  29. It’s of □ ½ tbsp of palm sugar or Gula Melaka + some extra to taste.
  30. It’s of □ Pan-fried sweet tempeh (From A).
  31. It’s of □ 1/3 cup of baked unsalted cashews.
  32. You need of □ Salt.
  33. Prepare of □ Oil.

One of the best known side dishes is stewed spicy green beans (or long beans), often referred to as sambalboontjes. Indonesian cuisine has been influenced by the Dutch. Tempeh Goreng Sambal Kemangi – Fried Tempeh in Basil Chili Sauce. · Thinly sliced tempeh, deep-fried until crispy and golden brown. With an awesomely delicious savory, sweet, sour, and spicy chili and coconut palm sugar sauce.

🌶️ Teddy's Indonesian Sambal Goreng (Spicy Coconut Curried Vegetables w Tempeh) instructions

  1. A. FRY UP TEMPEH 1. Bring a non-stick pan to medium – medium high heat. Add a light coat of oil and fry tempeh cubes with a fine dusting of salt until slightly charred or when 80 -85% of white in tempeh is no longer visible (about 10 to 15 mins) Note: Spray in more oil when it gets too dry and use a pair of tongs or chopsticks to regularly turn tempeh over to ensure even charring..
  2. 2. Set timer to 12 mins and cover with coriander, turmeric and another fine dusting of salt. Fry for 3 to 4 mins turning tempeh over for even coating. 3. Now add palm sugar on top. Note: if using moist or sticky palm sugar, separate clumps with fingers first and sprinkle evenly over tempeh in pan..
  3. 4. Squeeze in juice of lime. Toss and stir rapidly to distribute and coat sugar evenly across tempeh blocks. Fry for another 3 to 5 mins until almost all of the white is gone and the sugar has caramelized into dark glittery caramelized spots. A crisp charred ‘standalone’ tempeh is ready to be eaten as a snack, kept in fridge as protein for salads or made into Sambal Goreng as with this recipe..
  4. B. MAKE SPICE PASTE OR REMPAH 1. Blend all ingredients until a smooth paste. Add small amounts of water to ease the process. Reminder: Hardy root vegetables/ rhizomes like galangal should be cut into small pieces first before blending, so there are no long fibrous strands when eating..
  5. C. COOK SAMBAL GORENG 1. Bring a wok to medium high heat and add 3.5 tbsp of oil. 2. Fry spice paste until fragrant and cooked through, 5 to 12 mins. Normally we wait for the oil to break and float, but here (because of the healthier use of less oil) it’s enough when the spice paste turns clumpy, dry, aromatic and just before it burns to proceed with the next step..
  6. 3. Drop in the long beans, mushrooms and sliced chilies, spray in a small amount of oil and stir-fry with a ½ tsp of salt for 2 to 5 mins until sliced chilies slightly soften. 4. Then add the Sambal Tumis, coat well and fry for 2 to 3 mins until fragrant. 5. Now add tamarind water, lime juice, coconut milk and palm sugar. Cook on medium heat for 6 to 7 mins to allow veggies time to soften and cook through..
  7. 6. Add fried tempeh back into the mix with cashews, stir and reduce to a bubbling simmer for 5 mins. Slowly add salt to taste. 7. Cook until almost all the liquid evaporates or when a thick creamy gravy emerges coating the veggies. Adjust for taste further with 1 tbsp of coconut milk each time or some palm sugar to sweeten. 8.(Optional) Garnish with sliced red chilies before serving..

This is an Indonesian dish traditionally served at Ramadan where tempeh is simmered in a flavourful sauce. Then add the tempeh and heat through. Indonesians almost eat everything with sambal. Sambal is a condiment used in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Sri Lanka, made from a variety of peppers, although Sambal is used as a condiment or as a side dish, and is sometimes substituted for fresh chillis; it can be very hot for the uninitiated. Sambal Matah Recipe, an Indonesian raw, spicy shallot and chilli salsa or condiment from the island of Sambal = a spicy condiment, chilli dish.

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