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Sundried Tomato Scrambled Tofu Recipe

Perhaps the hardest thing to give up when attempting a vegan lifestyle are eggs.

Let’s face it.

Just type in google images right now “breakfast ideas” and watch what comes up.

In fact, I will do it for you now and tell you what I got:

  1. Pancakes (made with 1 egg).
  2. Breakfast Burritos (made with egg whites).
  3. Spinach and Mushroom Frittatas (made with 4 eggs).
  4. Over easy egg and avocado (made with eggs…I guess you knew that).
  5. Breakfast Biscuit Sandwich (made with meat and ….you have it…eggs).


Eggs are pretty impressive aren’t they? 100% the most popular breakfast selection – at least in America that is… (they love ’em in Europe too though, so I know that).

So that’s why the problem exists for people trying to go vegan. What are you to do about your morning breakfast when everything seems to center around eggs?

Well the answer is ~ tofu.

Tofu is a white, tasteless, block of curd derived from soy beans that is highly used in Asian countries and is surprisingly very delicious (when made delicious that is).

Tofu can be used to make everything from puddings, to scrambled eggs, to veggie burgers.

Being a person that use to love eggs, I can say that tofu is more than a delicious replacement for both sweet and savory dishes, and as a scramble like this.

Here is a recipe for the most perfect, vegan, gluten free, sundried tomato tofu scramble with bell peppers, and olive oil, that is very savory and guaranteed good!

I have been wanting to upload this recipe for a while now, and the time has come.

1 – 14 oz. tub of extra firm organic tofu
1 tbsp olive oil
1/2 small onion, diced
1/2 red pepper, julienned
2 green onions, chopped
1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes (olive oil & spice infused kind)
1 1/2 to 2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp turmeric
1 tsp Mrs. Dash table blend
1 tsp parsley flakes
1/2 tsp sea salt, or to taste
Avocados (serve on side)

Remove the tofu from the package that it comes in and drain, and pat dry (with a paper towel).

Next, heat a large frying pan with the oil, on medium heat.

Once the pan and oil have heated, semi crumble the tofu (not in small crumbles, but chunky ones), and add it to the pan.

Begin stirring the tofu and then allow it to fry in the pan (stiring often) for the next few minutes. About 3 minutes or so.

Next, add in turmeric and stir again until well incorporated and tofu has yellowed. Then, add in all of the other seasonings.

When all of the seasonings are added, chop/julienne, and add in onions, red bell peppers, and sundried tomatos.

Stir again thoroughly and cook for another 2 minutes or so.

Finally, once the tofu is done cooking, and all seasonings and vegetables are added or adjusted according to liking, add chopped green onions, and give a final stir.

Serve with avocados, and for extra kick you can add sriracha sauce…oooh…who doesn’t love that stuff???

Author Information: Bella McKenzie
Bella McKenzie is a gluten free and vegetarian foodie specializing in both attractive and delicious modern cuisine. Her love for flavorful sweet and savory food, photography, and media are her driving forces behind her blog You can follow Bella, and enjoy her journey sharing gluten free and vegan recipes on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram.
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