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i've tried every scrambled tofu recipe under the sun (i've perused about 5050 vegan cookbooks, magazines, and recipe blogs)... and this is the BEST basic recipe i've found.
the spice mixture is tasty, but it does not give any type of overpowering flavor which would prevent you from adding whatever you'd like to the base.... you can add whatever veggies you have on hand. i tend to use scrambled tofu as a great way to clean out the fridge of veggies about to go bad!
note: i use LIGHT firm tofu in place of regular firm tofu because it's significantly lower in fat and calories without being lower in protein. i find that by the time i add olive oil and the spice mixture, i cannot tell the difference between the light and the regular.Submitted by RABBIT-FOOD
A deliciously moist lentil loaf, topped with a homemade tomato mixture. Lentil, tofu and oats combine to make an iron, fiber and protein packed meal. Add whatever veggies you have on hand! Also tastes great on a sandwich.
Recipe adapted from MyVeganCookbook.comSubmitted by MICHELEV2
I'm really proud of myself for this one. I used to love getting Mexican Pizzas at Taco Bell. I haven't had one in years. So, I spent a few days concocting this recipe.
Tempeh is a fermented soybean cake, originating from Indonesia. You can find it at your health food store, if you can't find it at your regular grocery store. We aren't vegetarians, but sometimes it's nice to have a vegetarian meal. Helps save on the calories. Tempeh is a great meat substitute. If you chop it up right, it can have a similar consistency to ground meat.
Also, I'm pretty sure the tortillas Taco Bell uses for this are deep fried to make them crispy. I baked mine.Submitted by PISCESWOMAN87
http://katsveganwhat.blogspot.com/2011/01/now-thats-spicybeanball.htmlSubmitted by ALLYMALICK