Monday, March 30, 2009

Breakfast for dinner

A week or so ago I decided it was time to make some scrambled tofu (recipe from VwaV). It has literally been a few years since I've made it. I'm not sure why since I absolutely love it! When I ate scrambled eggs as a young kid, they had to be very dry and I would only eat them on toast with ketchup. I'm still the same way. This time though I used english muffins because they are delicious.


Mmm. It was a little harder to eat since the muffins don't easily fold for consumption. Along with the scrambled tofu I made some roasted broccoli. Did you know you can roast frozen vegetables? I didn't. I had bought some frozen broccoli and wasn't really into it as a steamed side vegetable. It was too moist for some reason and just tasted awful.

To roast some frozen vegetables, spray a baking sheet with oil. Toss the vegetables on there and spray them with some more oil. I tossed some garlic in with them as well. Put them in a 400 or so degree oven for 40-45 minutes.

What goes with breakfast for dinner? Tea! My mom gets me the best presents because they are almost always kitchen related. She got me this fantastic tea pot for Christmas this past year.



Yay! Tea!

8 comments:

Chaz said...

Please excuse my ignorance, but does it actually taste like egg? The scrambled tofu.

I have always been weary of it. LOL. The meal is definitely different. Broccoli and "eggs," yum.

allicia said...

Hmm, not really. It's been a really long time since I've had real scrambled eggs so it's as close as I remember. Haha. I added the broccoli so I wouldn't be hungry after I was done eating. I've been trying to watch my weight, so adding vegetables helps keep me fuller longer .

saveyrgeneration said...

I had breakfast for dinner last night. nom. and, that tea pot is so elegant. I love tea.

lazysmurf said...

I would be happy to eat nothing but breakfast

Mihl said...

This is a perfect dinner!

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Heather said...

Looks like a great dinner breakfast. I love doing that too. I had spicy chunks of tofu and veggies that we steam baked in the over. (tin-foil over the baking dish) it was awesome. I can't eat any wheat products, so I opt for rice with most meals. :)