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Happy Breakfast Blend with Scrambled Tofu

by Niraj Lama April 24, 2012 0 Comments

I thought I would share this recipe with you - goes nicely with our Organic Happy Breakfast Blend. Scrambled Tofu is great with toast. I am always happy to replace eggs, just so my cholestrol stays within a “happy range.” (Our Happy Breakfast Blend is a classic English Breakfast Tea that has been "happified". It's designed to make you start your day on right happy note!)

Scrambled Tofu with Happy Breakfast Blend

Serves 4. Cooking Time: 20 minutes.
14oz firm tofu, water drained after pressing
1 tbs olive oil
¼ tp mustard seeds
2 tbs chopped red onion
¼ tp ground turmeric
pinch hing (asafoetida)
¼ tp sea salt
¼ tp ground pepper
pinch ground cumin
1 tbs chopped cilantro

Warm oil in heavy skillet. Add mustard seeds and heat until they begin to pop. Add onion, cook until translucent. Add the whole tofu cube into skillet and mash them into small pieces. Add rest of of the ingredients, except cilantro. Stir well. Cook for 5-7 minutes. Throw in cilantro just before serving.




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