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Scrambled Tofu

People often tell me they do not like Tofu (Bean Curd) but I feel differently. I admit Tofu is not the most exciting of foods. It is bland but you can easily jazz it up with a good sauce. Deep fried tofu dipped in sweet chilli sauce is awesome. If you were not already aware I do not eat meat and I am allergic to milk and eggs. Many of the meat substitutes available e.g Quorn are not suitable for me as they contain milk and egg. There are different types of Tofu and the supermarkets tend to sell firm or silken. If you have a Chinese supermarket within easy reach go check out what they stock because from experience they will have different varieties. Tofu is a good source of protein for vegetarians/vegans and is low in calories

I like to make scrambled tofu as a replacement for scrambled eggs. There are many recipes online so it’s a case of finding what suits your own taste buds. 

Sugarpuffish cooks Scrambled Tofu

Sugarpuffish cooks Scrambled Tofu

I mash up the tofu with a fork then add turmeric, garlic or paprika and soya sauce. You can add peppers, mushrooms, spring onions whatever takes your fancy. Then you simply heat in a pan for about 3 -4 minutes. You just want to warm the tofu not fry it or turn it brown. 

Scrambled Tofu

I like to eat this as part of a fry up breakfast or simply with buttered toast or a granary roll with lashings of tomato ketchup. Sometimes I may add baked beans or use Vegemite on my toast instead of dairy free margarine. 

Does anyone else make scramble tofu? Do you have any recipes to share?