VEG Healthy Nazi Goreng – Balinese Grilled Tempeh

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Brown Rice
Red Capsicum
Bok Choy
Soy Sauce (gluten free)
Sweet Soy Sauce
Peanut Oil
Himalayan Salt
Cert. Organic Fresh Tempeh
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Peanut Oil
Coriander Seeds
Black Pepper
Serving Size 350g
Energy 509cal
Protein 28.3g
Fat 11.1g
Carbohydrate 74.2g
Sugars 13.2g
Fibre 12.8g
Sodium 545mg


After Training Meal - Low GI - Mineral Rich - Wholegrain
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • High Fiber
  • Organic

Nazi Goreng is one of those dishes that when we hear the name of it, no matter where we are, it takes us straight away to those classic beach warungs that you always find in Indo, and everything that comes with it… We absolutely love it!
That’s why we wanted to bring this delicious and hearty meal in the Summer menu for all of you to indulge in the magnificent flavours it offers.

As always, we gave this classic Indonesian meal a healthy tweak by replacing white rice for the more nutritional brown rice, and made this meal not as sweet as it usually is.
We also included a healthy dose of nutrient-packed steamed bok choi and chose to partner the rice with our new addition in the menu: Organic Tempeh..! No matter whether your vegetarian or not, you MUST try this Balinese tempeh recipe that comes as the complete protein source in this meal.
Want to know more about tempeh and its amazing health properties? Check out this article: Tempeh Health Benefits

Nutritionally, this meal provides a great deal of micronutrients, fibre, fresh vegetables, and complete protein.
It is an ideal “after training” meal as it is high in complex carbohydrates and will aid in your recovery.

CHEF’S TIP: If you want to try the real Nazi Goreng experience, add a fried egg on top of the rice and sprinkle some fried shallots all over!!

Terima Kasih..

WARMING UP: Pre-heat oven @ 180ºc. Pierce film a few times and place in oven for 12min. Alternatively, microwave it for 1:30min. NOTE: When warming up in the oven, the label will turn black and film may come off slightly. This is totally normal and won’t affect in any way the quality of the food.