Who doesn’t love curling up on the sofa with a tasty bowl of Thai takeaway? 

No need to call on Uber Eats when you can whip up this delicious, wholesome dish of Tempeh Panang Curry in the comfort of your own home. 

With a few tweaks, we have created a flavoursome, calorie-friendly take on a classic takeaway dish that will soon become one of your new favourite tempeh recipes!

Not keen on Tempeh? Sub with any of your favourite proteins and enjoy this delicious dish any day of the week.

Here’s what you need to make it.

Tempeh Panang Curry Ingredients: Easy Tempeh Recipes to Make Now

  • 150g Nutrisoy Tasty Tempeh
  • 20g Ayam Thai Panang Curry Paste
  • 100ml Light Coconut Milk
  • 60g Capsicum
  • 60g Carrot
  • 125g Steamed Jasmine Rice

Tempeh Recipes: How the Thais Make Tempeh Panang Curry in Simple Easy Steps

  1. Dice tempeh and cook with curry paste in a non-stick over medium-high heat until the tempeh is golden.
  2. Add chopped vegetables and coconut milk and simmer until vegetables are cooked through. Add a little water if needed.
  3. Prepare rice as per packet instructions. Transfer to a bowl and top with the Tempeh Curry.

Tempeh Recipes: Tempeh Panang Curry Nutritional Info

A serving of this tempeh Panang curry contains 541 calories, 17 grams of fat, 69 grams of carbs for all your energy needs and a generous 29 grams of protein.

Protein is terrific for your muscle growth and fat loss goals; it keeps you full and stops you from overeating, whilst containing the amino acids directly responsible for building and repairing muscle tissue.

That’s why this tempeh Panang curry should be one of your most consumed tempeh recipes!


Tempeh Recipes: Our Tempeh Panang Curry Is Packed With Fibre

What makes us equally excited is our tempeh Panang curry’s whopping 13 grams of fibre!

Fibre may help us lose weight easier. Specifically via these three ways:

  1. It increases chewing time and delays the time it takes for food to pass through your stomach. This means you’re fuller for longer and are less likely to overeat. 
  2. Fibre encourages the growth of a more favourable gut microbiome associated with lower long-term weight gain. 
  3. These factors have led researchers to conclude that fibre allows for an “increased ease of weight loss.” 

Then there’s the health benefits of fibre on our gut health – we’re learning more about how fibre is helping facilitate healthy bacteria in our gut.

This brings about many positive health benefits like reducing inflammation that can lead to poor health, whilst also lowering our chance of obesity.   

Boasting plenty of protein and fibre – this tempeh Panang curry should quickly become one of your favourite tempeh recipes!

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