Monday, May 17, 2010

Sunday Brunch: Scrambled Tofu, Roasted Potatoes and Strawberries

Groceries were getting a little low: no cereal, no bread, no sugar, no maple syrup. So, not wanting a smoothie, savory was definitely in the cards for breakfast this morning. I decided on the scrambled tofu and roasted potatoes from Vegan Brunch. The potatoes are super simple, just cut them up, toss with olive oil, salt, and pepper and toss in the oven for a bit. It's been a long time since I actually followed a recipe for scrambled tofu, and I'm glad I did. Over time I tend to start adding less and less spice because I stop measuring and the flavor starts to go downhill, because well, there isn't much anymore. This one is great! Basic with garlic, thyme, cumin, turmeric and nutritional yeast. It was bursting with flavor. I topped it with some habanero hot sauce and it was fabulous. We also had some amazing strawberries. This is the first basket I've gotten that is super sweet and juicy. Yay for strawberries and all the other fruits coming into season!

1 comment:

  1. Hah, I have the exact opposite problem with tofu scramble. When I don't follow a recipe I just toss in a whole bunch of random stuff and it can end up tasting a little confused. The recipe from vegan brunch is really good, I think.