Just because you are gluten free doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy pasta.
You can find a wide variety of gluten-free pasta on the market: rice, amaranth, quinoa, corn and mixed wheat-free grains.
This recipe calls for amaranth pasta.
Amaranth is a high protein grain that contains more fiber than wheat and higher levels of calcium, iron and phosphorous than spinach.
However, you can use any form of gluten-free pasta.
Gluten Free Pasta with Vegetables
Chop the vegetables and steam in a wok, or heavy skillet.
Cut the tempeh into chunks, and cook with the vegetables, adding seasoning and more water if necessary. Let steam for 15-20 minutes.
Meanwhile, cook the pasta according to the package.
Sprinkle with Braggs liquid amino and grated ginger to taste.
Tempeh is a fermented soy, which is healthier for you than non-fermented soy product. Tempeh is antioxidant and anti inflammatory. It's high in manganese, copper, protein, phosphorous, B12 and magnesium.