Meat For Vegans?
Nowadays vegans and vegetarians are such innovative when the primary concern is creating new foods and recipes. So, you don’t struggle anymore with finding new tastes and recipes when you decide to cook yourself at home.
Yes, if you need to cook your own food at home, I could suggest you, to give a shot for this delicious, cholesterol-free vegan meat. The important point to remember to cook the best one is the ability to adjust the seasoning properly. Once you achieve that, you will have awesome dinner for yourself or for your guests every single time.
What do they say about it?
For a bacon substitute, vegan chefs came up with multiple tasty recipes using coconut meat, seitan, or even eggplant to make “fakon” or fake bacon. But did you know that you can veganize bacon using tempeh? Bacon can be delicious and healthy using this slightly fermented soy product.
Tempeh is the main ingredient for this recipe, but it also uses soy sauce, smoke flavoring, agave syrup, and extra virgin olive oil to marinade. Then the red hot sauce, smoke powder, cumin and black pepper are used to help bring out the real bacon taste.
……..It can be cooked up a little crispy, browned on both sides, thinly stripped, and absolutely craveable! Plus, tempeh has a pleasant, unique, mushroom-like flavor that you will surely like.
……….Tempeh is the main ingredient for this recipe, but it also uses soy sauce, smoke flavoring, agave syrup, and extra virgin olive oil to marinade. Then the red hot sauce, smoke powder, cumin and black pepper are used to help bring out the real bacon taste.
The first time you try preparing this vegan bacon recipe you may want to follow the recipe exactly. If you do then you know you will get a really delicious vegan bacon recipe that is tried and true. But don’t be afraid of experimenting.
If you adjust the soy sauce and tamari you will get different flavor that may suit you better. You can also adjust the agave to your own personal sweetness. In addition you can experiment with other vegan sweeteners like molasses.