Crispy Peanut Tempeh Rice Bowl is a beautiful crunchy, healthy, blend of flavors that does not disappoint.
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Crispy. Yes. Peanuts. Of Course. Tempeh. Yummmmm. Rice. Gotta have it. Add them all together and you get a bowl of deliciousness. Crispy Peanut Tempeh Rice Bowl will be your new favorite “go to” bowl.
This bowl is absolutely delicious! I first made a peanut sauce. To make it I combined peanut butter, rice vinegar, maple syrup, sambal oelek, garlic and lime juice!
And then coated my tempeh from @tempeafoods in the peanut sauce and then threw some chopped peanuts on them and baked it in the oven until super crispy! I also roasted some onions, red peppers and broccoli while that was baking.
And then I cooked up some jasmine rice and prepared some chopped veggies for the base of my bowl!
In this bowl:
– Base of jasmine rice and spring mix – Roasted onions, peppers and broccoli – Crispy baked peanut tempeh – All drizzled with extra peanut sauce – Topped with some Thai basil!
Super yummy bowl with such great flavour! And I loved the peanut sauce on the tempeh and in the bowl! You can never go wrong with a peanut sauce. 😋👌
Crispy Peanut Tempeh Rice Bowl
Peanut Sauce –
- 1 package tempeh
- 1 purple onion, sliced
- 2 bell peppers, sliced
- 1 head broccoli, chopped
- 1 bag lettuce, spring mix or whatever you prefer
Peanut Sauce –
- Blend all peanut sauce ingredients in a mixing bowl. Set Aside.
Crispy Tempeh –
- Cut tempeh into desired size slices or cubes. Coat with peanut sauce and peanuts.
- Bake in 350 to 400 degree oven until crispy (at least 15 to 20 minutes). Remove when desired crispiness is reached.
- While tempeh is cooking, toss the veggies on a baking sheet and add to the oven so both veggies are roasting while the tempeh is getting nice and crispy.
Jasmine Rice –
- While veggies and tempeh are cooking, cook rice according to package directions.
For finished bowl –
- Combine rice and spring mix for the base. Then top with roasted veggies and crispy tempeh. Drizzle remaining peanut sauce over the top.
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