I had a block of tofu that was a month or so past its expiration date, and decided I should do something with it. (Those dates are just suggestions, right?)
I wanted to eat something nice and breakfasty for breakfast, so I decided to make a tofu scramble. I followed the directions for the basic tofu scramble at the Post Punk Kitchen. I didn’t put any other vegetables in with the tofu (because I don’t have any), but I did include all the spices.
It was easy, quick, and pretty fool-proof. Next time, I will put way less salt in, if I add any at all. The scramble tasted very salty with one teaspoon of salt added. I’d go with 1/4 teaspoon, or less.
Even though it was a tad too salty, I ate it. I ate it with a fierce hunger.
I ate the whole thing. By myself. The recipe says that the tofu scramble is four servings.
I say, instead of being called a “tofu scramble,” this should be called “how to eat an entire block of tofu in one sitting.”