Tofu English Muffin



The Vegan Stoner's Tofu English Muffin

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

first!!! :D

This looks yummy Keep up the great work!! Can I ask about a possible veggie/vegan lasagna or sghetti type dish?
Thnx
Court

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Court. We're saving a few dishes for the cookbook, and lasagna is one of them. We did post a spaghetti squash recipe here.

Maybe I'll tinker this evening with some pasta noodles. Thanks for the suggestion.

veganlovestocook said...

oh mmmmmm!

Jenny said...

When does the cookbook come out? That would be a necessary purchase for me.

Julie Michelle said...

I will buy your cookbook the nanosecond it is available. This looks soooo yummy. I haven't been able to find a decent vegan breakfast sandwich anywhere. This looks like perfection. Adding zucchini (instead of fake meaty stuff) is brilliant!

racheyalex said...

god flippin damn i love this blog!!!

Elisabeth said...

Yummy!

Kari said...

Just found my Saturday breakfast! Yay!

Anonymous said...

Incredible!

LadyLazerJ said...

best vegan breakfast sandwich EVER! i made mine with an onion bagel, fresh parsley and hot sauce. *drool* xoxo- -j

semisorted said...

amazing. added you guys to the blog roll :)

Angie said...

I've never had a breakfast sandwich, and never had a desire to - until now. This looks so delish, it's going to be hard to wait until morning to try!

This blog is phenomenal - keep it up!

an ambrosia life said...

Be-YOu-tiful...made this tonight...added a tomato slice....so freaking awesome~

an ambrosia life said...

made this tonight.....added a tomato slice...it was so freaking delicious....nom nom nom

Anonymous said...

Hello! My name is Laura and I have just discovered your blog. I'm from México and lamentably I must say that here is a little bit difficult to find high quality vegan products, for example, I'm having a hard time looking for the "nutritional yeast", so I would like to ask you if I can use something else to prepare the recipes in which you use thit product. Thank you very much, I have became a fan of your meals!

The Vegan Stoner said...

In this recipe, you can substitute it with any sort of seasoning you prefer such as garlic powder or just soy sauce.

As for finding a substitute for nutritional yeast in general, brewers yeast or yeast extract are said to work. I can't vouch for either since I have never tried either, but I'm told that brewer's yeast is slightly bitter.

I would suggest your safest bet is to grind up some raw cashews and play around with them as a substitute. Nutritional yeast just helps give things a slight "cheesy" taste and cashews oddly do the same.

Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Muchas gracias! :D

Anonymous said...

Great stuff. MORE MORE MORE

give us more.

alyciaengel said...

This is my go-to breakfast, Except I use Tofutti slices, lentil sage deli Field Roast & no zucchini. So yummy!

Aeyrn said...

This became my favorite breakfast because I LOVE zucchini. I eat this exactly as described in the recipe and it is brilliant.

Spellgirl said...

I made this today-- pretty awesome treat :)

yogagirl said...

The sandwich looks very good. I love nutritional yeast and use it in a terrific "mac and Cheeze" recipe from "vegan yum yum"...a must to satisfy that particular craving. I believe your sandwich will satisfy the egg sandwich craving I often have. I thank you, Stoner friends!

Vegan Daily News said...

Yum. Going to share this one!!! Thanks!

kerry.ajohnson said...

I just made this sandwich, and I loved it! The tofu really tasted like a fried egg. I didn't have any vegan cheese, but it was still amazing. I added some sliced avocado, spinach, and hot sauce - delicious! I saw your cookbook in the store yesterday, and I wish I had bought it.

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