Saturday, October 4, 2008

VeganMoFo and "Ham & Eggs"



I'm a little late on the scrambled 'fu bandwagon. Oh well.



Mostly I make all my scrambles starting out the the same way. Extra firm tofu, drained and pressed. A preheated cast iron skillet with about 2 tbsp of oil in the pan. I crumble the tofu straight into the pan. Then I add some turmeric, for that eggy color, paprika, garlic powder, salt and pepper. From there, I can make it any way I want to. This morning I made "Ham & Eggs" with chopped up pieces of the "Ham" from the Split Pea and "Ham"burger recipe.

Other ways I enjoy my 'fu?
  • With grilled onions and mushrooms
  • With sundried tomatoes and spinach
  • With NOOCH!
  • With imitation bakin bits
  • In a breakfast burrito...

3 comments:

  1. i just made this with nooch the other morning....
    had it on toast....
    deadly :)

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  2. I am a little late on the "ham" bandwagon, but it is sooooo good I had to add my comment. OMGoodness!!! As soon as I took the "ham" out of the foil my mind said "this smells like ham" and then I tasted it and all I could think was yummy. I probably ate 1/4 of it snacking immediately, while it was still warm. I have used it in Reuben type sandwiches and I had it like you did, in an amazing tofu scramble with onions, red bell pepper, nooch, basil, parsley, and the usual garlic and onion powder and turmeric. I wonder if it would be possible to do a steamed cutlet variation, but keep the flavor exactly as is. "Ham steak" with cherry glaze, yum!! What do you think?? I love the texture of Julie's steamed sausages and cutlets.

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