Veggie Chilli Skewers

When making these I used tempeh which is a fermented soy product, the health benefits are fantastic and it is one of the most unprocessed forms of soy. I avoid GMO and processed soy products as there is much controversy over the cancer triggering of these. However, once in a while, I purchase bio-organic tempeh from wholefoodsmarket.com. The lack of taste lends itself well to marinating, therefore, I decided to make a spicy smoked chilli sauce to add flavour. Tempeh is a fermented product and so good for gut health, increasing good bacteria to fight off illness and infection and improve digestion. It is also high in calcium and an excellent source of protein. The great thing about this recipe is that it can be done with just vegetables or you can do the same process with meat.

This recipe makes 3 large skewers suitable for 3 as part of the main meal.

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Veggie Chilli Skewers
Course Main Dish
Servings
skewers
Ingredients
chilli marinade ingredients
for the skewers:
Optional
Course Main Dish
Servings
skewers
Ingredients
chilli marinade ingredients
for the skewers:
Optional
Instructions
marinade method
  1. Simply blend all of the marinade ingredients together and place in a dish ready to add the rest of the ingredients.
Skewer method
  1. Add all of the ingredients into the marinade sauce dish, cover and place in a fridge for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  2. Next feed all of the veggies and optional: tempeh/alternative onto the skewers
  3. Place on a baking tray to roast at 200 degrees celsius for 10 minutes
  4. Turn half way and add a little more of the sauce.
  5. Serve and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Note: Do not use tempeh if you have any allergy to soy or have a thyroid conditiontempeh chilli skewers

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