PeekSeleb – Nikita Willy and Indra Priawan’s son, Issa Xander Djokosoetono, is said to like tempeh. Because when baby Issa was given complementary food (MPASI) he enjoyed it voraciously.
Along with age development, you can introduce various types of safe and nutritious foods to your little one. One of the food ingredients that you can consider for MPASI is tempeh. Tempe is a source of vegetable protein which is rich in nutrients and essential nutrients for the growth and development of toddlers. However, the introduction of tempeh into complementary foods must be done properly and carefully to ensure the safety and security of consumption for your toddler.
Tempe is a product of fermented soybeans which is rich in protein, fiber, B complex vitamins, calcium, iron, and various other nutrients. The introduction of tempeh in complementary foods can provide many benefits for toddlers.
Tempeh Nutritional Content
Vegetable Protein Sources
Tempeh is a good alternative as a source of vegetable protein, especially if you want to introduce a variety of protein sources besides meat.