Originally Posted by Forster
How does one make tofu into an omelet, I'm intrigued... sounds good too.
It's similar to making pancakes, actually. There is a batter involved. For mine, I blend about half a block of silken tofu in the food processor, add about a tablespoon each of nutritional yeast and oat bran (could use flour or similar) and a little tumerric, onion powder, garlic, salt and pepper. Then once I start to blend it, I add maybe a tablespoon or two of soymilk, just til the batter is smooth.
You cook it in a pan like you would pancakes. As the moisture cooks off, it starts to set up like a traditional omelet would. You can add whatever filings you like, I made another one this morning with broccoli and Gimme Lean sausage