Sunday, March 29, 2009

Holy trinity frittata, Batman!





Holy Trinity Frittata

1 TBS olive oil
2 TBS each diced shallot, carrot, celery, leeks,
1/4 cup diced shitake mushrooms
1/4 cup chopped kale
1/4 cup vegetable broth
1/4 cup chopped seitan
2 pieces crumbled tempeh bacon

1/4 cup firm tofu
2 TBS nutritional yeast
2 TBS chickpea flour
1 tsp soy sauce
Pinch turmeric (for eggy color)
1/4-1/3 cup vegetable broth

Preheat oven to 400.

In a cast iron skillet saute the shallot, carrot, celery and leeks in olive oil until softened. Add mushrooms, kale, and vegetable broth and steam a few minutes until kale is cooked. Add seitan and tempeh and heat through until broth has cooked off.

Blend together tofu, nootch, chickpea flour, soy sauce, turmeric, and broth until smooth. The mixture should be the consistency of a thin hummus.

Pour the tofu mixture over the cooked veggies and spread around so it covers the pan.

Bake in oven for about 20 minutes until set. You can smell it when it's starting to brown.

I tried to flip it out of the pan, but it stuck a bit and ended up looking like plain old tofu scramble anyway. Holy yum. This is one of the best experiments I've made in awhile. The consistency is kind of like quiche, so I imagine you could do this in a pie plate for the same effect. I'll be making this again.

11 comments:

Jen aka Jewbacca said...

that looks really good!

Tara said...

Yum! It looks great!

Virginia said...

that sounds delish! makes me wish i had some tofu in the fridge right now!

River said...

Holy deliciousness, Batman! Damn you soy abstinence!

DJ Karma said...

This is definitely the breakfast of superheroes!

Jeni Treehugger said...

To the Bat Cave - we must make this Frittata pronto!

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

My omelets usually end up looking like scramble...but they still taste so good. I wish I had your frittata right now.

ginger said...

where'd you get the recipe? did you make it up? how creative!

Kiersten said...

Sounds tasty!

jrsimon56 said...

Majorly yum! I love scrambles. This looks like a great twist.

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