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Simple Sesame Tempeh

What you need: 

1 8 oz package tempeh 1 tablespoon sesame oil 1/2-1 tablespoons soy sauce 1/2 tablespoon vinegar black sesame seeds (optional)

What you do: 

Lightly coat a medium saucepan with sesame oil, and place pan over low to medium heat. Slice tempeh into 1" strips and place in saucepan. As oil begins to simmer, stir tempeh to coat; add soy sauce and continue stirring, adding sesame oil as needed. Remove from heat after 1 minute; add vinegar to taste. If desired, garnish with black sesame seeds. Best served warm. All measurements are approximate--I simply drizzled the oil, soy sauce and vinegar to taste. I recommend using three grain tempeh, which has a rich, nutty flavor. This makes a good side dish or salad topping.

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Servings: 
1-2
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

I recommend using three grain tempeh, which has a rich, nutty flavor. This makes a good side dish or salad topping.

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I liked how the sesame seeds stick to the tempeh from all the moisture in the pan.
It was very tangy and had a kick to it, so I couldn't eat it alone. On a salad, it was pretty cussing good though!
Next time I will try using lemon or lime instead of vinegar and add some green onions.

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Just made this for dinner pretty simple and a nice subtle flavor. Not my favorite tempeh recipe ever but ok

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