I hope you are having a lovely weekend thus far! It's not quite over yet and I am clambering on to it like something precious...
Kev and I have just been to Ikea today, got a few chores done, and now it's on to just chilling to the max, ah.
But.... the other week, I got this lovely recipe from a friend of mine.... for tofu scramble! But, it's not like any
scramble I have had before! It tastes the way it smelled when you walked in and granny was making dinner... Before when I have
made scrambled tofu, it's been ok - but this is just... out of this world! My younger sister Camilla tried some, and she
wanted to polish it off!
Anyway, I was given permission to share this special recipe with you, so here it is! It can be served plainly on toast like I
did here, or made as part of a full vegan breakfast! If you use smoked tofu, like Tofoo - it pretty much tastes like you've
added sausages, it's divine *makes Italian gesture for delicious*
Rockwell's Gorgie Tofu Scramble
1 pack silken or firm tofu (I used firm)
35ml almond or soy milk (I used soy)
3 generous heaped tsp nutritional yeast
1/4-1/2 tsp veggie stock powder
Pinch of turmeric
Dash of soy sauce
Black Salt (Kala Namak) to taste (I only had normal salt, but will try the original once I find it!)
Vegan spread (like Naturli)
- Start by mixing the milk, nutritional yeast, stock powder, turmeric, soy sauce and a little dash of pepper. Mix well and add a splash more milk so that you have a nice runny mixture.
- In a separate bowl (or straight into a cold frying pan), crumble the tofu into the kind of pieces you would normally like your scramble to be. You can do this with a fork or use your hands, I find the latter quicker actually! Pour over the mixture and make sure it is all coated.
- Fry the scramble with a little dash of plant based milk, and stir occasionally - tasting along the way and adding seasoning if needed. If using silken tofu, it requires a bit more reducing than if using firm tofu - but the wait is definitely worth it!
- Near the end, add 1-3 tbsp vegan spread into the mix to achieve that soft, lush scramble texture, sprinkle liberally with black salt and stir to combine.
- Serve on toast, or as part of a full vegan breakfast and enjoy! You can even add this to a breakfast burrito with a few chopped greens, yummy!
Please let me know how you found it if you make it, aaaaaaand I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! I'm pretty addicted to this stuff already....
Have a fantastic rest of your Sunday!