In my never-ending quest to think about quick, simple, protein-heavy breakfasts, I've been experimenting a lot with tofu scrambles over the past few weeks. My main reference for these egg-free scrambles is the one our college dining hall used to make as one of their "breakfast-for-dinner" nights — their version was a Southwest number, replete with huge chunks of red pepper, undercooked onions, and yesterday's leftover beans. Let's just say, the bar was set very, very low.
I always knew there had to be a better way to make this tofu scramble — one that just put the tofu front and center with a nice flavorful pesto and a handful of spinach to complete the meal. With some tweaking and tasting, we've arrived at that very tofu scramble, and I'm excited to share it with you today.