Indonesian Classic “Nasi Tempe Kecap” in Amherst

“Nasi” = rice; “Tempe” = tempeh; “Kecap” = sweet soy sauce. That’s all!

Indonesians usually eat tempe almost every day. And finding tempe finally after 2 months here was kind of a kitchen celebration for me!

Since I’m still waiting for some ingredients to make my own tempe (fermenting soy beans with healthy mushrooms and makes it has Vitamin B12, beta-glucan fiber, reduced fat, and increased protein), Whole Foods’ soyjoy was not bad.

   
    
   

Ingredients: Vegetable oil. Tempe. Salt. Rice. Sweet soy sauce.

Total: $2 / portion

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