Pan Fried Tempeh with Rice

Recipe & Steps:

Step 1 – Put Brown rice on to cook. Short grain italian brown rice, takes 30 mins to cook well.  

Step 2 – Lightly steam the broccoli, salt and oil it and place in a glass dish with lid on to seal in the seasoning

Step 3 –  Prepare base salad . 
Grate red cabbage & carrot, Chop romaine lettuce & Celery finely & Mixed herbs

Step 4 – Dressing
Olive Oil, Engyvita Yeast, Apple cider vinegar, pink salt, gluten free soya sauce & 1- 2 cloves crushed garlic.  Make enough to coat generously all ingredients of salad and steamed broccoli.

Step 5 – Tempeh
Slice finely in even squares.  Place on pan with coconut oil, gf soya sauce & salt.  light pan fry until brown.  

Benefits – High protein,  nutrient dense dish with zero gluten and low purines.  Very suitable to those needing to avoid many trigger foods.  Also suitable for vegans/vegetarians looking to meet protein and b vitamin needs.  Tempeh is one of the healthiest vegetarian sources of protein & b vitamins.  Engevita yeast also has a range of b vitamins include b12.  It is inactive yeast therefore is suitable for those on a low histamine diet.  The Brown rice is optional for a heavier meal.  It allows for slow release of glucose keeping you full for longer.  It is a healthier alternative to gluten or gluten free processed flour carbs. 

Siobhan Shinnors

Siobhan Shinnors

Herbalist, Nutritionist, Iridologist and Yoga Therapy

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