Recently discovered this really tasty recipe and thought I would share.
400 grams tempeh
Two onions (optional, I don't eat onions and it still turned out great)
Couple of potatos (optional)
A few cloves of garlic
Soy sour cream (see below)
Lots of mushrooms
Salt, pepper, herbs and chilli to taste
Lots of paprika - maybe a dessert spoon
Halve the capsicums and remove seeds, rub with oil and grill until skin blisters. Remove burnt skin and place capsicums in a paper bag to sweat for a few minutes. Cube and boil potatoes if using. Chop onions if using, and fry in oil, add chopped garlic, tempeh, mushrooms, capsicums, herbs and spices. When everything is cooked add potato and sour cream, and simmer until hot. Serve with pasta, rice or couscous.
Soy sour cream recipe:
Put a cup of soy milk in a blender with half a teaspoon of salt, juice from a lemon, a dessert spoon of sugar and a splash of vinegar. Turn the blender on and slowly add oil until it goes "schloop" and forms a thick creamy emulsion (have fun with that part!).
I borrowed this from here http://www.cid.org.nz/publications/DevForumFood.pdf, it has some interesting info on the global food crisis too if you're interested.