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Easy Healthy Low Cal Breakfast

I've been experimenting with tofu the past few months since I've been eating healthy.  This is a fast, easy and healthy breakfast for someone on the go.  I accidentally created this when I was rushing to a meeting and didn't know what I wanted for breakfast.  At that time I was getting tired of eating a banana and peanut butter sandwich for brekkie.  The ingredients in this dish were put together since these were the only vegetables I had in my fridge at that time but I think this will work with other veggies you usually put in scrambled eggs or even in omelettes.  If you're watching your calorie intake, this will only set you back 230 calories (without the toast = 58 cal) :) 

Remember, a good and healthy breakfast sets your appetite for the rest of the day so best to always have a full and healthy breakfast!



Easy Healthy Tofu Breakfast

1 medium egg
1 tofu
2-3 mozarella slices, cut into cubes
1 medium tomato
half a medium white onion
2 portabello mushrooms
2-3 sprigs of parsley
3-5 sprigs of coriander (wansoy)
rosemary
italian seasoning
salt
pepper
olive oil for frying
dash of truffle oil (optional)

In a small bowl beat the egg. Break the tofu into little pieces with your fingers and add to the beaten eggs.  Set aside.

Dice tomato, onions, mushrooms and put everything in a bowl.  Chop parsley and coriander and add to the veg mixture.

Heat olive oil in a small frying pan.  You can also use spray veg oil but I like the flavor of olive oil in my eggs.  Once oil is hot, saute the veg mixture until cooked.  Add egg mixture and cook over medium heat. Season with salt, pepper, rosemary and italian seasoning. After a minute add cubed mozarella and cook until cheese becomes gooey.  Turn off heat and add dash of truffle oil. Serve with toast and enjoy! :)

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