I meant to share this recipe at least a few days ago, when it was still fresh in my mind. If the ingredients aren’t exact, it’s probably not too much of a problem (I hope.), as I’m a dump-and-pour kind of cook, anyway. You might like to make more than this small amount than we made. I thought maybe I should have made more, too. It was yummy! And this one’s made without nutritional yeast, and still delicious. You can add sautéed veggies to it, too. The directions also may not be exactly what I did (and are probably not), but these steps should work. You might like to sprinkle a little salt into your tofu before frying, too, or mix it all together and fry it, instead.
Categories: scrambled tofu, tofu
Tags: biscuit, biscuits, breakfast, cookin', cooking, delicious, egg, eggless, eggs, gravy, health, healthy, home, home style, homestyle, recipe, savory, scramble, scrambled, southern, tofu, vegan, vegetarian
Or you can use rutabagas.
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You can make this with other greens, too, like swiss chard. It’s pretty much the swiss chard recipe, with some carrots.
Categories: greens, vegetable dishes
Tags: carrot, carrots, chard, collard, cookin', cooking, dinner, green, greens, healthy, kitchen, lunch, onion, side, soul food, southern, swiss, swiss chard, vegan, vegetable, vegetables, vegetarian, veggies