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Vegan scrambled eggs, also known as scrambled tofu, with coconut bacon is a successful Sunday breakfast. With these delicious vegan scrambled eggs and the corresponding spices, you get a tasty breakfast, which is in no way inferior to the non-vegan version. The smoky coconut bacon perfectly harmonizes with the scrambled tofu.
vegan | vegetarian | gluten-free | oil-free | whole foods | plant-based
How does vegan scrambled eggs taste?
Vegan scrambled eggs are absolutely not complicated to prepare. You only need the right spices to get a real taste experience, which non-vegans will also like. We like to eat our scrambled eggs with the black sulfur salt (Kala namak) , chives, turmeric and a few other spices. You can season the vegan scrambled eggs (scrambled tofu) as you always liked it. What I take as an egg substitute is a silken or soft tofu and firm tofu. For this I take 2/3 of the amount of silken tofu and the other 1/3 firm tofu. As with this dish, you can easily add vegetables and get a wholesome breakfast, dinner or lunch like the recipe below.
What vegan bacon can we use for the vegan scrambled eggs?
For a typical breakfast with vegan scrambled eggs, of course, a bacon alternative such as this coconut bacon should not be skipped. You need just a few ingredients and you get a wonderful healthy alternative to the real bacon. This has so much of the taste, that you would also like to add it to other dishes like the carbonara.
This vegan scrambled egg meal is:
- not just for breakfasts
- a real comfort food
- full of nutritions
You like vegan scrambled eggs, you may like:
- Pumpkin Omelet
- my favorite cereal mix for quick breakfasts
- Semolina Pudding with Rhubarb Strawberry Compote
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