Scrambled Tofu (serves 4)
Add a little water to chopped onion and garlic, then ‘sauté’ until just cooked. Add chopped tomatoes, pepper and mushrooms along with chilli and stock. Cook all ingredients until just tender. Add corn and crumbed tofu. Reheat and serve on toast. This recipe also freezes well.
Homemade ‘Baked Beans’ (serves 4-6)
Cook soy beans until tender (they do take a long time, maybe an hour or more). Meanwhile, add a little water to the chopped onion along with stock, herbs and chilli, then ‘sauté’ until just cooked. Drain soy beans and add to the onion mix, along with the cans of tomatoes and capers. Reheat and serve on toast. This recipe freezes well. Tip: When I used to have a home and freezer, I cooked up large quantities of soy beans at a time and froze them in 1 cup portions. This way you always have soy beans at the ready.
Homemade natural muesli
Mix all together. For a lighter breakfast, mix half this muesli with an equal quantity of commercial cereal (eg. Sanitarium mixed grain cereal)