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Scrambled tofu on a chilly morning [Sep. 9th, 2006|08:58 am]
The Art of Tofuism
tofuism
[leftvegdrunk]
It's a rainy day in Sydney. Light drizzle is falling now, the roads are black and slick, and the leafy streets of Parramatta are dripping with cool water.

So it was a great morning for a warm breakfast. Fellow tofuist and culinary adventurer, Miss Vasco, was once again in the kitchen. She is unstoppable!

Some fresh tofu came out of the fridge and was fried in blocks until sealed. Then it was crumbled in the wok and a little soy sauce was splashed in. Next came some bean shoots and chopped tomato. The aroma was wonderful! The scrambled tofu was garnished with fried onion and coriander and a slice of oatbran toast.

I have wanted to try scrambled tofu for a long time, but have either been too lazy or too scared of buggering it up. Today's breakfast was great - quick, easy, and delicious. There'll be a repeat performance very soon, I reckon.
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From: leftvegdrunk
2006-09-12 12:52 pm (UTC)
Mate, the repeat effort was indeed photographed, but it was a little on the NWAB side. Too wet. Unsure why. Will be better next time (ie tomorrow morning).

And yes, indeed.
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From: leftvegdrunk
2006-09-13 01:28 am (UTC)
D'oh!

And I may have added too much shoyu.
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From: leftvegdrunk
2006-09-13 01:39 am (UTC)
*head hang*
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