Weekend mornings we have certain breakfasts that we love, and Breakfast English Muffins with smoked tempeh is a favorite vegan breakfast sandwich for us.
No greasy, artery-clogging bacon and eggs here. Only healthy deliciousness. Move over fast food drive through, we’ve got plant-strong healthy breakfast muffins here!
When our adult daughter makes it home for a visit, we busy ourselves in the kitchen making all of her favorite vegan meals, and tempeh bacon is always on the list for breakfast. Later in the day, I’ve seen her grab some off of the plate in the refrigerator for a snack.
Smoked tempeh is great on these English Breakfast Muffins and on Smoked Tempeh Sandwich (T.L.T.) – Tempeh, Lettuce, & Tomato too!
High in Protein
Add tempeh to your diet to boost your protein intake. Each 1-cup serving of tempeh contains 31 grams of protein, which is 55 percent of the recommended daily intake for men and 67 percent for women, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Tempeh contains high-quality complete protein and provides all the amino acids you must obtain from your diet. Its protein content helps you maintain muscle tissue, and also make enzymes your cells need to function.–LiveStrong
My Eggless Low-Fat Mayo goes perfectly with these muffins!
With smoked tempeh, spicy mustard, and leafy greens these muffins are a powerhouse of flavor and protein!
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Other Great Breakfast Options:
- 1 8 oz package tempeh found in many grocery stores
- 1/4 cup tamari or soy sauce
- 2 tsp liquid smoke
- 3 Tbsp maple syrup
- spinach or kale leaves
- low-fat eggless mayo recipe link below
- mustard (optional)
- 4 English muffins, whole grain suggestion below
In medium bowl, combine soy sauce, liquid smoke, and maple syrup and mix well.
Slice tempeh into strips. Place slices into mixture and allow to marinate. The longer, the stronger the flavor will be. I like to leave it in refrigerator overnight if possible, but at least 30 minutes is necessary.
Add tempeh strips to a fry pan with a little bit of the marinate liquid and cook over medium high heat until crispy on one side. Turn and brown on other side. Add more of the marinate and cook until caramelized. About 5 minutes each side is a reasonable estimate. If baking in the oven, cook at 350 for 20-25 minutes.
Toast your English muffins (or don't). Add a little Eggless Low-Fat Mayo (recipe below), mustard, and kale (or spinach).
Add tempeh bacon and serve.
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