Sunday Supper: Scrambled Tofu

January 30, 2011

I can’t believe that I’ve been vegetarian for almost 16-1/2 years to the day, and I’ve never even tasted Scrambled Tofu.  It always sounds and looks unappetizing to me: it’s usually neon yellow from the turmeric, and it frequently involves green bell peppers.  Bleh.

I do love tofu though, and I’m making an effort to get more variety into my diet so it’s time.  It’s time to be brave and do this thing.  I think breakfast foods are awesome for supper, so this week’s Sunday Supper is Scrambled Tofu!

I have several of Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s cookbooks…Appetite for Reduction, Veganomicon, Vegan Cookies Invade Your Cookie Jar, Vegan with a Vengeance, and Vegan Brunch.  Isa hasn’t let me down yet, so she had to be the source of my foray into all things tofu and scrambly.

I pulled out Vegan Brunch and followed her recipe for Scrambled Tofu.  It’s essentially tofu with, garlic, cumin, thyme, turmeric and nutritional yeast.  The only add-in I used was a big blob of mushrooms that I’d already sauteed with lots of garlic.

Scrambled Tofu

I have to say I was VERY pleasantly surprised to discover that I love Scrambled Tofu!  I do!  It was savory and a bit spicy, and not mushy and bland as I had imagined it to be.  The only change I would make next time is to back off the salt a tad.  I love salt, but I think half the amount in the seasoning mix would be plenty.

I used Wildwood Sproutofu extra firm (sprouted tofu) that had been frozen, thawed and squeezed, which I think really contributed to the great texture.  I did add about half a cup of water at the end after the nutritional yeast went in, since it seemed a touch dry at that point.

Overall…delicious!  I will absolutely be making Scrambled Tofu again and again; for breakfast, brunch and supper!  I’m imagining it now with olives, spinach, Daiya cheese, asparagus, Upton’s Naturals Seitan…

~BigSis

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