14 Reviews

i've made this a couple times and it's really yummy. you can play around with the spices and omit the yeast flakes if you're like me and forget to add them--it still turns out great.

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vegan chef lena June 20, 2009

I took out the oil, and it brings the calories from fat way down. Just caramelize some onions (can add garlic and shallots too) in low-sodium vegetable broth and use as needed. This dish was great. 5 stars.

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imathinkin April 30, 2013

My first attempt at tofu scramble. Delicious!! Will definitely be a mainstay of my meal plan.

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mrsmcfarland February 10, 2013

I just made this for Sunday breakfast and my husband and I loved it! I never know what to do with tofu but would like to incorporate more vegan meals into our routine. I'm going out to buy more tofu today so I can make another batch later this week. Great recipe and costs so much less than the pre-packaged mixes. I also want to mix it up with different veggies as others have done. Thank you for a great and versatile tofu recipe!

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goldaline February 10, 2013

My favorite microwave meal is Amy's tofu scramble but it is pretty expensive. I bought tofu and looked for a recipe. I'm glad I found this one because it is SO GOOD!! I had some hash browns, saut?ed spinach and mushrooms with this and it was better than the microwave meal.

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frljmartinez February 04, 2013

This recipe is my GO TO for any vegan recipe that I want to use when I am needing to knock someone's socks off. I only make a couple of changes (no onions - onion powder instead, no tomatoes, soysauce instead of tamari) with the main recipe, and then I add a crap-ton of mushrooms, and 1/2 a red pepper and 1/2 a yellow pepper. Oh, I also double the recipe. Finally, I throw an entire thing of Trader Joe's soyrizo in there for good measure. Then, get excited folks. Take some burrito sized tortillas, fill them with the mix (I usually get 10-12), lay them seam side down on a cookie sheet and cook them in the oven for like 15 minutes or so on until they are crispy. After that, let them cool COMPLETELY and then wrap each one in aluminum foil and then freeze the whole batch. Voila - freezer burritos on the go when you need them.

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Morgan C. August 06, 2015

I've never made a tofu scramble before and this was easy and a hit! I didn't add nutritional yeast because I couldn't find any at my local store. Thanks for the recipe :)

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sofie-a-toast April 04, 2015

This is my favorite tofu scramble recipe. It is so yummy. It keeps well in the refrigerator for a couple of days. I make a big batch on Sunday morning and if there are any left overs I eat it again on Monday for lunch or dinner.

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Kimberly B. April 11, 2014

I omit onions and garlic (can't eat those) and it was still absolutely delicious. The diced tomatoes is a really nice touch. Unfortunately I only saw drbecca26's comments after I made the dish; I can't wait to try this again following those tips.

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colinng March 30, 2014

Very delicious, and simple to make. Will be making this again and again.

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