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Tofu Scramble with Broccoli Noodles

Tofu Scramble with Broccoli Noodles

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gluten free vegan vegetarian

  • The yellow-colored (actually, looks a little neon– bad photo modifying on my part) coloring originates from turmeric, a spice popular in Indian foods which includes coloring to the tofu to make it resemble eggs!
  • If you don’t like tofu (or just do not eat it), swap in eggs here and just rush the eggs with the broccoli noodles for an instantaneous breakfast!
  • This dish can be easily added to– it goes excellent with avocado, olives, spinach, diced zucchini and more. It likewise loves sriracha!
  • Okay, now for the images! If you do not care, here’s the dish right away! If you do care, keep scrolling …

    Nutritional Information & Dish

    Tofu Scramble with Broccoli Noodles

    Yields 3

    10 minutes Preparation Time

    15 min Cook Time

    25 minutes Total Time

    Conserve Dish

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    Active Ingredients

    • 2 broccoli stems, Blade C (florets conserved for future use)
    • 1 14 oz block of extra-firm tofu
    • 2 tablespoons additional virgin olive oil
    • 1/2 onion, diced
    • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
    • 1 little red bell pepper, finely diced
    • 1 teaspoon cumin
    • 1 teaspoon turmeric
    • 1 tablespoon nutritional yeast flakes (optional)
    • salt and pepper, to taste


    1. Bring a medium pot of water to a boil. When boiling, include the broccoli noodles and cook for 2-3 minutes or up until broccoli noodles are al dente.
    2. While the broccoli cooks, put the tofu on a plate lined with paper towels. Utilizing a fork, smash the tofu till it falls apart. Blot the top with paper towels to eliminate as much excess wetness as possible. Reserve.
    3. Heat a big frying pan over medium heat and include the olive oil. As soon as oil heats, include the onion, garlic and peppers. Cook for 3-5 minutes or up until veggies soften. Add in the cumin, stir for 1 minute and then include the tofu, broccoli noodles, turmeric and nutritional yeast flakes. Season with salt and pepper and cook for 2-3 minutes or till the tofu is heated up through.
    4. Serve warm.


    Tofu Scramble with Broccoli Noodles

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    My favorite image in general, in my grandparents’ hammock in their yard:

    And what would an engagement be without some wine?

    I love these photos, as they show how beautiful New Jersey is:.

    Just taking pleasure in a cup of joe (not truly– there’s absolutely nothing in these mugs!).

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    17 remarks

    Joana states:

    I loved the recipe and your engagement images. Extremely really adorable! Congrats on your engagement and keep the recipes coming pls:-RRB-.

    Steven says:

    I have been preventing tofu and soy products recently given that all of the discussion that many soy is GMO.

    Steven – no require to avoid them, simply discover a non-GMO soy product. I in fact recently made my own tofu, so I utilized it for this dish, however otherwise, I love the 365 brand at Whole Foods or Nasoya brand name – they’re all non-GMO!

    Steven says:

    Thanks for the details.

    I grew up in Bergen County, NJ, and it genuinely is lovely!! I constantly inform people that there’s a reason they call it the Garden State. Enjoyed the pics and love your recipes. I’m going to try this with eggs (not a fan of tofu).

    Thank you so much! I’m thankful to have a NJ woman on my side! And tofu is difficult – individuals either hate it or love it (for whatever reason.) Eggs would work fabulously too!

    jossmor says:

    Love the broccoli noodles. Will try them today. And the engagement photos likewise brightened up my day too!

    Aishah M states:

    I had remaining broccoli stems that would have been perfect for this meal. Too bad I currently sliced them up and froze them for making veggie broth this weekend.

    Aishah – yay! Hope you like it.

    Cochran-Kmecik Lisa states:

    Love the pictures !!! My fave is the last pic, but they are all terrific. I LIKE Tofu and can’t WAIT to make this for my hubby!

    Thanks, I hope you like it!

    Confidential says:

    I was simply going to complain that we have actually heard no talk of wedding preparation, no more recipes we already know you’re a culinary genius, we want to see pics of your ring from every angle! These pictures are adorable! I am so happy for you and can’t wait to hear more about your wedding prepares:-RRB-.

    jesusan states:

    Okay, my favorites of your pictures are 1) the 2nd red wine photo and 2) the one in the wrought iron gazebo. Not totally sure I ‘d make this dish.

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