If you’re looking to try new foods or just squeeze in more plant-rich protein into your diet, then try this easy veggie tofu scramble that is great for lunch leftovers.
The mint chutney can be used as a dipping sauce for roasted vegetables, in other stir-fry dishes, or as a sandwich spread to give your lunch a little zing!
Eating more plant-centric is incredibly beneficial to your health, even if that’s just eating a meatless meal one day a week. Tofu, plant-based protein, is the star of this scramble recipe and here’s why: tofu contains all amino acids, fiber, and healthy fats. In just one serving of tofu, you could get as much as 20g of protein! If you can purchase organic tofu that’s the optimal choice and most grocery stores and markets offer the organic variation. But wait, what if you’re really not into tofu? No worries, you can still make this recipe with good ole’ eggs for a class scramble, but try out tofu
Not sure about tofu? Learn more about tofu and other plant-based proteins you should eat here. It’s a great source of protein and nutrients for everyone, despite their dietary lifestyle.
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