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Jake's Scrambled Eggs

What you need: 

1 pound firm tofu
1 tablespoon nutritional yeast
1/2 teaspoon turmeric
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
2 tablespoons bragg's or low sodium soy sauce
pepper, to taste

What you do: 

1. In a medium sized mixing bowl, crumble the tofu straight out of the package.
2. Add all ingredients and mix around with fork, until everything is evenly coated.
3. In an oiled skillet, cook the "eggs" for about 8 minutes on high heat, you'll know they are done when the "eggs" brown just a little.
Serve immediately!

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes, Cooking time: 10 minutes
Cooking Time: 
10 minutes
Servings: 
3
Recipe Category: 

SO HOW'D IT GO?

Still the best mock scrambled eggs ever! Made a double batch of this for Father's Day today and hubby ate a double serving! Thanks for sharing! 

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VERY good. This is my favorite scramble yet.
I ate the entire thing in one sitting. Whoops! I have plans to serve this as a vegan brunch for my family in the near future.
YUM

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This is my go-to tofu scramble recipe, especially for days when I don't feel like preparing a cheeze sauce (as required by my other favorite scramble recipe).

Although it's great plain, I love it with some veggies in it. Onions and bell peppers are my favorite. (If I do this I leave out the onion powder). I also tend to use curry powder instead of turmeric (just b/c that's what I have in) and I probably use much more nutritional yeast than this calls for. But that's the great thing--it's SO flexible and easy!

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I combined this recipe with the Soyrizo and Potato Breakfast Burritos recipe (http://vegweb.com/index.php?topic=5379.0).

I made the burritos with some store-brand soyrizo, two diced medium red potatoes, tons of diced yellow and green onion, diced tomato, diced orange bell pepper, some cilantro, and Jake's Scrambled Eggs.  SO DELICIOUS.  Inside my burrito I also had vegan cream cheese, vegan shredded cheddar cheese, and some green salsa! Mmmm!  ;)b

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yuuum.
i kinda altered this 'cos i was lacking in the food department...i left out some of the spices, basically.
i also halved the recipe cos just me and my mom were having this for dinner  ;)b
i added some cut off pieces of fake deli ham (vegan of course)
some frozen peas (just cos i loove them)
and cut up carrots.
and then once everything was cooked, i threw in some yummy salsa over the top and cooked that for like two minutes and then done!
had it with toast  :)
was good!  :)>>>

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I'm not very fond of tofu, and I never seem to have luck cooking with it, but this recipe is amazing!
I made it for Sunday brunch last week, served with veggie bacon, fried potatoes and toast. It was divine!  ;)b
I will be making this in the future for sure!

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So simple, so delish, so versatile. 5 stars all the way! Definitely a staple. Thanks for sharing!

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Very tasty and quick to make! The bricks of organic tofu we get are quite large so we doubled the onion powder, bragg's, nutritional yeast, and tumeric. We also added a teaspoon of garlic powder. Makes great leftovers as well!

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This is such a great recipe. It is really basic and good as is, but also great to elaborate on. Last night, I added in green bell pepper, mushrooms and onion. I served it with onion roasted potatoes and green beans for dinner. My bf added some vegan bacon bits to his. Yum! Thanks!

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i made this again today and and put it in a wrap with avocado, tomatoes, salsa and cayenne pepper...delicious! i can see this fast becoming a staple in my diet. 

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