Traditional Tempeh Block: The image displays Tiba Tempeh's Product: The Traditional Block. The visuals focus on featuring the brand's visuals including an Indonesian-inspired woodblock print design (based upon the key elements of the process behind making tempeh: water, fermentation and banana leaf)

Traditional Block

For superb stir-fries, curries, wraps and more

Good food doesn’t get simpler than this: soybeans, water and our live culture – that’s it. We leave it to gently ferment into nice blocks that you can slice, dice and add to anything you fancy. It’s a bit chewy, a bit nutty, and has a good, hearty texture. Voila, a tempeh block! Aka, the most versatile cooking partner ever.

The possibilities are endless. Cut into inch cubes, slice into slabs for sandwiches (or crumble into a mince-like texture for the best plant-based bolognese ever).

Oh, and the best part? It will take on whatever flavours you dare throw at it. So got on, get throwing!

Check out our recipes archive for ideas on how to get started, or take a visit on over to our instagram page where we share notes with our ingenious and creative fellow tempeh lovers!

  • High in plant protein
  • High in fibre
  • Natural ingredients
  • Organic
  • Vegan
  • Made with live cultures

Ingredients:

Soybeans*, Water, Culture (inoculum). *Organic

For allergens, see ingredients in bold.

How to cook:

Pan-fry: heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan and fry for around 5 mins, turning often until golden brown.

Oven: coat in 1 tbsp oil and bake in an oven tray for 20-25 mins at 180°C.

Typical values Per 100g Per 67g serving
Energy 763kJ 511kJ
183kcal 123kcal
Fat 8g 5.4g
of which saturates 1g 0.7g
Carbohydrate 5g 3.4g
of which sugars 0g 0g
Fibre 6.5g 4.4g
Protein 22g 14.7g
Salt 0.01g 0.01g

Recipes

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Our Story

There we were on holiday, minding our own business, when we ate a meal that would change our lives forever. We’d never even heard of tempeh. Soon we’d be hatching a plan to launch our own super-tasty take on this ancient local superfood.

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