Vegetarian Keema with Tempeh Easy Peasy Recipe

Last Revised: Thursday, January 17, 2013

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If you have read my previous posts you will know that I always like to talk a little bit about the food before showing you the recipe... like wise for today.

Today we will be making  
Vegetarian Keema


Keema is an indian dish..  or some of you might have heard of Keema Matar.. 
45 min

The word Keema actually means minced/ground meat whereas Matar means peas..
This is quite an old dish which is originated from Indian subcontinent. 
Basically you can use almost any kinds of meat for this dish chicken, beef,  etc.. 
I am not sure about using creatures that have more than four legs or no leg... (some old joke from my food review post) You can always try and let me know about it.. 

Keema is a very versatile dish, though is normally eaten with naan, chapatis or bread..
You can have it with rice.. biryani... or even use it as fillings for samosas or curry puff....

This is Simon's Simplified keema recipe... feel free to be creative and add other ingredients that you like..
Since I cant find fresh peas and I find frozen peas disgusting I will not be making Keema Matar..

Ingredients: (Serves 1 - 2) 

Ingredients Vegetarian Tempeh Keema
Ingredients For My Keema
1 Table Spoon Cooking Oil
1 Garlic Clove (finely grated or chopped)
1 Tea Spoon Mustard Seed
1 Table Spoon of Powderful Garam Masala
1 Pack of Tempeh (In Singapore You can get this from Seng Siong.. 百倍百倍 Bai Bei Bai Bei )
1 Killer Tomato that do not Attack people (Dice the tomato)
1 Pinch of Salt


Let's start cOoking.
But first tear the Tempeh into little pieces.. you can chop them if you like...
Tempeh
Untreated Tempeh 
Torn Tempeh
Torn Tempeh

  1. Heat the oil in wok, add in the Mustard Seed for tempering... mustard seed should crackle and pop. Add in the Garlic paste to saute.. 
  2. Throw in the Tempeh, stir fry them till slightly brown
  3. Add The Powderful Garam Masala you bought from Mustafa together with the diced Tomato, quick fry for a few minutes you dont want the spice to burn..
  4. Finally add in water just to cover the ingridients.. 
  5. Bring it to simmer, reduce the water until the gravy consistency is thicken to your liking. Add salt to taste.

Eating time..
Colour is a bit boring without the peas but well it taste good.. Yumm Yumm.

Keema On Whole Meal Bread
Keema On Whole Meal Bread

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