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#31 Old 06-27-2012, 06:28 AM
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I never ate my own tofu scramble because I am a no-oil kind of gal. So does anyone make theirs without oil in a non-stick pan? I'm off work tomorrow and actually want to eat what I cook for once! lol
It doesn't need oil, just a little liquid and don't have the pan too hot. I use the ppk recipe posted above also, it is easy and delicious. It would be fine without the oil, although I use olive oil and it is good for you. smiley.gif
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#32 Old 06-27-2012, 01:48 PM
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I didn't use oil just a little bit of tomato paste and water came out great.

Breakfast: hash brown & tofu scramble

 

 

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That looks really good! lick.gif

I've never actually made tofu scramble, this thread has inspired me to try it soon.

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#34 Old 06-27-2012, 04:10 PM
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I didn't use oil just a little bit of tomato paste and water came out great.

Breakfast: hash brown & tofu scramble

 

 

glad you liked the recipe :D


That looks amazing, Jessika!
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I had scrambled tofu with a chile spiked quinoa salad for dinner.

Tofu was scrambled / stir fried with olive oil, a teaspoon of Marigold powder and a teaspoon of Garam Masala, a tablespoon of soy sauce, half a chopped courgette and half a chopped onion. Really good. I went back for seconds. 

Quinoa salad worked well with it, next time I think I'll do a bulghar pilaf with toasted seeds and a mixed green salad.

I really can't imagine treating it like scrambled eggs and putting it on toast for breakfast though. I think sticky brown rice and sweetcorn fritters and grilled mushrooms would make good alternative breakfast side dishes.

I really want to scramble up some tofu now, you are all making me hungry. grin.gif I like jalapeno cornbread and herbed sliced tomatoes with it, I did that last week.
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I've never made cornbread.. Maybe I should try it, it seems to be well loved by USAians. Plus you can use it with Chile which is something we make at home all the time. 


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I've never made cornbread.. Maybe I should try it, it seems to be well loved by USAians. Plus you can use it with Chile which is something we make at home all the time. 

Yes, it is the greatest with chili and really easy. I do corn muffins if pressed for time since they cook a little faster. smiley.gif I love recipes that call for corn kernels in the bread along with jalapenos.
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I'll add this one http://www.marystestkitchen.com/2011/09/vegan-recipetantalizing-thai-curry-tofu-scramble/. It's inspired by a scramble I had while on a weekend trip to Seattle. Really good. I posted a video for it too.

 

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thanks everyone :) a lot of sriracha yum yum!

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I'll add this one http://www.marystestkitchen.com/2011/09/vegan-recipetantalizing-thai-curry-tofu-scramble/. It's inspired by a scramble I had while on a weekend trip to Seattle. Really good. I posted a video for it too.

 

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Ooh I will have to make that for my daughter! She would love it, thanks. smiley.gif
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I think this is great, I'll try this.


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You're welcome Ledboots!



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I have ordered the nescessary ingredients to have a go at this. Looks and sounds good,thanks for posting.

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I really love this recipe as a dinner entree. Its so good with collard greens. I bet you could make some nice cheese grits with some kinda nut cheese (not a fan of daiya and all those but I love nut cheese as much as I hate the name). Anyway, blackened scrambled tofu & garlic grits :http://www.theppk.com/2011/09/blackened-scrambled-tofu-garlicky-grits/
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