Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Tofu Scramble (They Never Get Old!)

If you're like me, you have a half a block of tofu hangin out in the freezer at any given moment. Ya see, I often will make some tofu dish for dinner that I've halved then put the remaining, unused tofu in the freezer for a later date. One of my favorite breakfasts is to remember to take that tofu out of the freezer the night before, give it a good squeeze in the morning, and scramble it up in the easiest way. With this one I heated a little olive oil, added the tofu and got it to lightly brown a bit, then added some tamari, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and turmeric, then sauteed some more. Next goes in a heap of nutritional yeast and a big handful or two of spinach. Saute that until the greens are wilted and viola! Easy, fast and super tasty!

I like scrambles such as these for when I'm low on fresh produce. There are seemingly always greens in the fridge threatening to go south should I forget to use them, and lucky for me, I love me some leafy greens in the am! This, a piece of toast, and some fruit or juice. Does it get any better than that?

3 comments:

Liz² said...

colour me revolutionized! I *never* thought that frozen tofu could be used for scramble (this is a duh moment, I'm sure). anyway, good to know! it really is the best breakfast ever.

Veg-a-Nut said...

This is my favorite breakfast! I just love tofu scramble.

Happy Herbivore said...

I am going to take your advice and freeze my tofu!