5 Reviews

Instead of the first 5 steps I wrapped the tofu in paper towels then placed a heavy plate on it to release the liquid. then cut it up. I skipped the chives. The fresh herbs were just wonderful.Thanks for a great way to enjoy tofu!

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Rita~ July 08, 2003

Very delicious and easy! The most time consuming part of this was all the herb chopping. I used lite silken that I had in the fridge and it was incredibly close to scrambled egg texture!

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digifoo May 22, 2010

I tried this and I did like it. I love breakfast for dinner and paired my "eggs" with vegetarian sausage and sliced tomatoes. My combination of herbs - chives, oregano and thyme - were all freshly snipped from the yard and reflect personal preferences. While this not something I would sneak past my meat and potato type friends, it was a real treat for someone like me who enjoys meatless meals. While the tofu is neutral in flavors, the herbs truly bring the dish to life so use them generously to taste. Thanks Sharon.

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justcallmetoni July 27, 2009

I just finished making this for my husband and I. It was pretty good, but it could use some work. The fresh basil was great. I used firm tofu that had been frozen, so my texture was probably not as intended. After a few bites I just got bored eating it. I think I would have liked it better on toast.

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Erin Linnea February 10, 2007

This wasn't too bad. Had to adjust herbs because I didn't have all on hand. It was palatable but I probably wouldn't make it again. Thanks for sharing!

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LizAnn April 06, 2005
Tofu Scramble with Fresh Herbs