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Spicy Salsa! Tofu Scramble

What you need: 

1/2 a small red onion
3/4 cup salsa
12 oz. extra firm tofu
1/2 teaspoon turmeric
olive oil (2 tablespoons or so)

What you do: 

Chop the onion up and throw into a pan with the olive oil. Saute over medium-high heat for about 5 minutes, or until onion is translucent.
In a medium bowl, mix salsa, tofu, and turmeric. Pour mixture into pan with onion and saute for about 5-10 minutes, depending on how browned you like your tofu.
I really like this recipe because it's super-simple and super-yummy! I eat this more than anything else!
Enjoy!

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
2

SO HOW'D IT GO?

;)b  This so good and quick to make.  I added sauteed garlic as well. At the the end I topped with cilantro and onions.  I wasn't sure it was going to taste good with corn tortillas but I like it!  I just had some and it was tasty.

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I'm eating this now and I have to say: This. Is. Fantastic~!  :)>>>

I added a couple of other good-smelling-but-unknown spicy spices (I was curious :oh:) and a bit of ketchup. As I said, it's fantastic, but I'm going to have to turn on a fan in a few because it's getting a little hot in here. The hotness shan't stop me though!  :>

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This is my first time making scramble tofu, so good. Better than the one I had in restaurant.
Even my egg loving roommate liked it, too bad she could only eat a spoonful since I used hot salsa and she can't take heat.
She even asked for the recipe  ;)

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Yummy!

I didn't use onion because the salsa already had enough .... at least for me.

I added some nutritional yeast.

Super quick and easy to make.

Thank You!

My stomach was satisfied!

;)b

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I have made this the past two weekends! It's so yummy. I just used my own homemade salsa, which gave it a great taste. Thanks for posting! ;)b

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yum!! i made a few alteration... much less onion (because i'm not a huge fan), curry powder instead of plain tumeric. i also added 1/2 tsp of goya seasoning and some basil. i ate this while my family was eating an egg/potato/bacon caserole and i didn't feel like i was missing out at all. they said it smeled really good too. quite tastey!

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This was really simple and pretty good.  I only used about 2tsp of oil and 1/2 tsp of curry powder instead of tumeric ( I don't have any) but it turned out good and I will more than likely make again.

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Are you supposed to squeeze all the water out of the tofu before you mix it with the other ingredients or just toss it in as is? :-[ I don't know things...

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This was very simple and tasted really, really good in our breakfast burritos. Just put some of the tofu, along with 'sour cream' and hot Boca breakfast links, in a warm flour tortilla and it was delicious.

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Oh my goodness!  This was so freakin good!  We were just going to have it one day, but ended up making two mornings in a row!  It doesn't look very filling, but we ate it with some toast and it was EXTREMELY filling!  My SO, who normally eats a lot of food, couldn't finish!  Well, at least now we have some leftovers for tomorrow morning!  VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY VERY good!  I printed it out and put it in my cookbook, so I could constantly have it on hand. 

Oh, just a tip.  Try it with the Habanero and Lime salsa from TJ's.  I really liked it with that while my SO liked it with pace.

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