This breakfast has become a real ‘go to’ for home weekend brunches. Super quick, super delicious and just perfect as a veggie option for a cooked breakfast. I love using the Clearspring silken tofu in this recipe as it is such good quality, organic and non-gmo. So I know I’m getting the best soybeans I can get. Also as they’re stored in the long-life packets they’re such a great staple to have in the cupboards to whip up something delicious anytime I want.
Cooking time 15 mins
- 800g Clearspring Silken Tofu
- 2 Tbls Clearspring Sesame Oil
- 3 Tsp Curry Powder
- 3 Tsp Turmeric Powder
- 3 Tbls Clearspring Tamari
- 25g Ginger Root (Grated and sqeeze out juice)
- 1 Lime
- 110g Kale Leaves (Stripped and roughly chopped)
- 1 Medium Carrot (peeled and finelyslicedmatchstick-style)
- 2 Spring Onions (Trimmed and finely sliced)
- 1 Medium Onion (Finely chopped)
- Drain your tofu block and place in a bowl. Now with your hands break it all up into a scrambled texture. Just keep squeezing it through your hands until it is well scrambled.
- Heat up your sesame oil in a frying pan and add your onions with a good pinch of fine sea salt. Fry on a medium heat until they turn translucent. Then add your carrot sticks and kale leaves and with a spatula in each hand begin to mix it all together well.
- Now add your tofu scramble and add another pinch of sea salt and your turmeric and curry powder spices.
- Mix everything together. Keep folding everything in so thatall the tofu pieces and veg are coatedin spices. If it gets too dry add a little water to allow it to steam and soften.
- Once everything is mixed in well and the tofu is softening add your tamari and mix in well. After about 7min of cooking add your lime juice and ginger juice and mix in well. Turn off heat and serve with fresh spring onions on top.
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