Monday, January 8

Breakfast For Dinner!

Well why not? In case you can't tell, it's scrambled tofu. Personally I can't eat scrambled tofu at breakfast time because it feels too heavy to me, but I love it at dinner time. This is Gary's, he had his on some toasted ciabatta, I had mine in a flour tortilla because I wasn't as hungry as Gary.

I don't think I follow a specific recipe when I make scrambled tofu, I probably take a bit from everywhere. I use firm tofu, onions, green and red peppers, turmeric, ground coriander, cumin seeds, and nutritional yeast. I also like to cook it until the tofu is very nearly burnt, because I like the really crispy bits.

I reeeeeeaaally need to be getting me a lamp for the photo taking, all the photos in my flat are so dark! That's living in an attic conversion with roof windows for you!

If anyone (does anyone actually read this?) wants me to post the recipe I'll try, but I'm not one for measuring amounts at all, I just tend to chuck things in until it looks/tastes right.

Gary's Dish Washing Rating - 1/5
All that's used is my non stick frying pan and a chopping board, so not many dishes at all!

3 comments:

Theresa said...

I *love* scrambled tofu, but I haven't been able to find nut. yeast since I've moved to Australia. It's just not the same without it! You're making my stomach grumble, which is bad news because I'm in a library!

Lelly said...

Man! I don't know what I'd do without good old nutritional yeast!
It makes me die a little bit inside just thinking about it!

wend said...

Yep nut. yeast is brill stuff. I freeze my tofu before scrambling it, it really changes the texture.