Snow Day Tofu Scramble Burrito
Hello lovelies! It’s been awhile. I’ve been trying to figure out how to juggle my life as a special education preschool teacher with my powerlifting life and my blogging life. It’s been a little rough and sadly my blogging has fell to the side. I’m also trying to go back to college soon but I will figure it out! I’ve been up to a lot actually….teaching, cooking, eating, and I had another powerlifting meet in January.
I had an awesome couple of snow days this past week and decided to whip this up for my lunch. This is my usual tofu scramble recipe but sometimes I love to put it into a burrito shell. Burritos make life better, right? I mean, LOOK at this beauty! This is my basic tofu scramble with about 1/4c of Daiya cheddar cheese thrown in, topped with Follow Your Heart Sour Cream and scallions in a tortilla shell (gluten free for me because gluten hates me).
This is an easy recipe for a bulk seasoning for tofu scramble. It’s also one of my favorite cooking hacks….bulk seasoning so I only have to add one thing while cooking. Mix this all together and store to use for when you make tofu scramble. I usually just sprinkle it on top so I don’t have an exact measurement….my guess is use about 1/8-1/4c of this powder per block of tofu and adjust salt and pepper by taste preference. Procedural wise for cooking, follow the basic concept of my herb tofu scramble here. BUT be sure to leave out all of the seasonings, basil, and nutritional yeast from that recipe above if you’re using this basic powder recipe below.
- 1 cup nutritional yeast
- 2 Tbsp turmeric
- 1/4c EACH-chili powder, cumin, and oregano
- 2 Tbsp black pepper
- 2 Tbsp black salt (it's got a lil sulfur taste and is awesome in scramble, you can get it at a decent health food store or co-op)
- possibly additional sea salt if you like
- Put all in tupperware or a large mason jar. Close up tight and shake, shake, shake. Use about 1/8-1/4c of this mix when you make tofu scramble. Easy and yummy!
- Definitely splurge on the black salt.
- Definitely buy really good nutritional yeast like the Red Star brand.
- Make sure you store it in a tight container, especially when you shake it!