How to Make Dry Tempe Teri Medan

How to Make Dry Tempe Teri Medan

Tempe Dried Soybeans are foods derived from soybean tempe which has been there since a few decades ago. Dry soybean tempe be one alternative if we have stock of soybean tempe are many and feared quickly becomes stale. Tempe dry can last several days even without food preservative. For it is suitable when taken while traveling, for example, out of town or are having a family campground.
Is a necessary ingredient in making tempe teri dry terrain easily obtainable?
True, the necessary materials are very easy to get and how to cook it too easy, even if you are not accustomed to cooking in the kitchen. Let us prove;

Tempe Teri Medan 1

Necessary materials:
a. 300 grams of tempe is cut lengthwise and thinly, fried
b. 200 grams of anchovies field clean water soak, wash, fried
c. 5 shallots sliced, fried
d. 5 large red chilies, seeded and sliced oblique
e. 3 cloves garlic, sliced, fried
f. 1 cm galangal clubbed to bruise
g. 2 bay leaves
h. Vegetable Oil Enough
seasoning:
a. 100 grams sugar
b. 25 grams of sugar
c. 1 tsp lemon juice
d. 75 ml water
e. Salt to taste
How to make:

1. Heat the oil and seasoning enter. Mix well.
2. Enter the ginger and bay leaves.
3. Cook until boiling and seasoning to be somewhat lumpy.
4. Enter soybean tempeh and anchovies that are deep fried. Stir again.
5. Sprinkle with fried onions and fried shallots. Stir until dry.
6. Wait until cool.
Dry tempe ready to put into the container.
Well, easy is not. Let us prepare this nutritious simple menu for the beloved family. For those who love bicycles you can add a serving of chili cooking time. And hopefully this article useful.

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Related words:

Soybean tempeh, how to make tempeh, tempeh recipe, tempeh recipe Orek, ways of making tempe, tempe Orek recipe, the process of making tempe, tempeh dishes

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