Monday, 8 October 2012
Vegan MoFo VI, Day 8 - Mike Makes Monday Meals - Tofu Scramble
I've mentioned (multiple times) my love of breakfast, and that brinner is my favourite meal. I probably make tofu scramble once a week on average. I almost always use the same recipe, mostly because I've tried so many and just stick to what works. The Vegan Diner scramble from last week was delicious, but since I was teaching Mike how to make scramble, I just went with the simple recipe I usually make. It takes the best parts of the Vegan with a Vengeance recipe with a few changes to make it simpler - garlic and onion granules instead of actual garlic and onions, chopped frozen spinach, and a simple spice mix. It works for me - it fits in my diet and it makes great burritos.
Mike said this was straightforward and easy to make, though it did stir up controversy. He didn't like squishing the tofu by hand, so he said he'll cube it next time. I informed him that in this house, we crumble our tofu. To paraphrase a wise person, cubed tofu isn't scramble, it's stir-fry.
I also made a pumpkin bundt cake, but it's still cooling, so I'll have to talk about that in another post. I'm taking it in to work tomorrow - for the first time in about a year, we've replaced someone on our team, so we're having a team lunch. As much as I'm excited that we get a free lunch, I just realised that a) I still have to bring in at least part of my own meal (because the place we go to doesn't have anything vegan) and 2) this means I don't get to read during my lunch hour. Boo-urns.