The Better Veg Protein

Made by fermenting the best quality non-GMO soybeans and marinated to perfection, this deliciously versatile veg protein is loaded with protein, rich in fibre, squeaky clean and can be used to make just about anything you crave. Makes a perfect curry, stir fry, kebab, wrap, salad and so much more... 
Natural Tempeh Cubes
200 g
Rs. 149.00
Spiced Tawa Masala Tempeh Cubes
200 g
Rs. 169.00
Peppery Szechuan Chilli Tempeh Cubes
200 g
Rs. 169.00
Spicy Peri Peri Tempeh Cubes
200 g
Rs. 169.00
Simply Sriracha Tempeh Cubes
200 g
Rs. 169.00

Meet Tempeh - more about the super bean protein

What is Tempeh?

Tempeh is a vegetarian protein (with Indonesian origins) made from fermented soybeans. It has a dense, earthy texture and a mild nutty taste. It is often used in vegetarian & vegan dishes as a protein source and also helps add variety to meals thanks to it’s flavour absorbing quality and versatility. It is easy to make at home, and has a variety of uses, making it a versatile ingredient.
What are the benefits of eating tempeh?
Tempeh is one of the most nurtitious foods out there. It's a complete protein, meaning it contains all of the essential amino acids that the body cannot synthesize. It's a good source of calcium, iron, and vitamin B12, and a decent source of niacin and folate. It's also great for the gut and has a plethora of benefits like improved heart health and better weight management.

First, the How is tempeh made?
Tempeh is made by fermenting soybeans with a starter culture for 30-36 hours. The beans bind together during the natural fermentation resulting in a firm white cake called Tempeh. It is often used as a vegetarian/vegan source of proteinand can be used in a variety of recipes. Tempeh absorbs flavour better than tofu and is much more versatile.

What are the health benefits of eating tempeh?

Tempeh has a mild nutty flavor and a hearty texture, and it's been acclaimed by vegetarians alike for its high protein content. In fact, tempeh is so good for you, it's been called the "superfood" of vegetarianism. But what are the health benefits of eating tempeh?

Soy products such as tempeh have also been found to:

  1. Build and maintain muscle growth and recovery

  2. Help with weight management

  3. Beneficial for type 2 diabetes

  4. Reduce your blood pressure

  5. Improve heart health

  6. Improve insulin resistance

  7. Lower inflammation

  8. Help relieve hot flashes from menopause

  9. Promote bone health

Most people don't feel bloated or gassy after eating tempeh. As a result, it's an excellent replacement for beans for those who have digestive disorders like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

The fermentation of soybeans may prevent the progression of type 2 diabetes better than unfermented soy. Early consumption of soy-based foods such as tempeh may benefit children and teens later in life. Soy consumption early in life may lower the risk of breast cancer, according to experts.

How to prepare and eat tempeh?

Tempeh Thins just need 3 minutes to prep. Heat a pan with some oil and sautee on both sides for a minute and a half. Natural tempeh cubes are pretty easy to cook- just follow these 2 steps: season or marinate the cubes liberally and then pan toss them till they start to brown. The tempeh is then ready to be added into any recipe. You can also mince or hand crumble the tempeh before you season and use it. This enhances the flavour absorbing quality and also enables you to make a range of other dishes like cutlets, bhurjee and stuffed parathas. Tempeh is dairy-free, gluten-free and is generally easier to digest than other proteins.

When should you avoid eating tempeh?

In case you have soy allergy then you should avoid eating tempeh. Soy has some concerns about how it affects thyroid function or the way thyroid medication is absorbed. Talk to your doctor if you have a thyroid disorder before eating tempeh or other soy products.

At Hello Tempayy, you can find a variety of pre-marinated fresh tempeh such as Tandoori Tempayy Thins, Thai Chilli Tempayy Thins & Korean BBQ Tempayy Thins. Hello Tempayy is the place to go if you want to buy tempeh online.