Scrambled Tofu
One often faced issue on Saturday or Sunday morning is, how to boost the breakfast! One really good way that keeps you also going for quite a while is the scrambled tofu. Of course it tastes different than scrambled eggs, but it is so delicious that I would say it tastes better than eggs. We always make a large portion so that we have something for the next day and find ourselves then in the situation that we need to do it the next day again.
Servings
2persons
Servings
2persons
Ingredients
  • 300g Smoked TofuIf not available also natural tofu is alright
  • 1tsp Kala NamakIndian stone salt that has a strong, eggy taste
  • 1pcs Onion
  • 2pcs MushroomsOptional, if not available, just don’t bother and ignore that line
  • Curcuma
  • Oilsome neutral tasting
Instructions
  1. Grind the Kala Namak to a fine salt (it usually comes in a stony form)
  2. Put the Tofu together with the curcuma and the kala namak and a good amount of oil in a bowl and mix it with a fork
  3. Chop the onions roughly, and start to fry them in a pan. Just before they become translucent, add the tofu and fry it together with high heat.
  4. When the Tofu has some brown areas, take it away and serve.