Vegan Soy Ginger Stir Fry
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Soy Ginger Stir Fry
448 per serving
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Here's the ingredient list for a family serving size.
Also, in order to make everything easier for you, we've listed both Imperial & Metric measurement systems for the individual ingredients.
how to make stir fry:
Since you are cooking the tempeh at a fairly high heat, opt for oils with high smoking points such as avocado, grapeseed, or safflower. If you don’t have any Chinese five-spice powder on hand, cinnamon also works great in this recipe.
Liquid aminos are made from just two ingredients: soy and water, and contains less sodium than most soy sauces. Vegan-friendly soy sauce and tamari will also give great flavor to the sauce.
Sambal Oelek is a spicy Indonesian condiment that is made with red chili peppers, vinegar, and salt. Red pepper flakes can easily be substituted for this ingredient, just make sure to cut the amount of paste the recipe calls for by at least half if using the pepper flakes.
Coconut sugar can also be substituted with maple syrup.
If you’re looking to incorporate a little bit of a richer flavor in your dish, sauté the tempeh in some sesame oil. The nutty flavor of the oil will give the tempeh a savory flavor.
Tofu can usually be found at a lower price point than tempeh and can be used as a tasty substitute in this recipe.