This will be a recipe for a vegan "scramble" I make that even the carnivores in my life enjoy! It is gluten free and packed with YUMMY ingredients! First things first though is gathering the needed ingredients. I do not have set amounts for anything just keep in mind the main ingredient is potato so you'll want more of them then anything else. I will put what I commonly use in parenthesis and bold below.

You will need:

Organic Coconut Oil (~2 Tablespoons melted)
Organic Tamari (Gluten Free, 1/4 cup)
Organic Sweet Potatoes (2 - 1 regular, 1 japanese)
Organic Yukon Gold Potatoes (2 large ones)
Organic Eggplant (1 large one)
Organic Onion (Half of a yellow onion)
Organic Garlic (3 big chunks)
Organic Sprouted Tofu (optional but used in this example) (1 block of the super firm)
An Oven Preheated to ~400F
30 - 60 minutes of time to get it cooked (This depends how crispy you want it. 30 minutes then mix then 20 more)

You're good to go! Lets get started!

Step 1: Prep Your Ingrediets

Gather all your ingredients and make sure they are cleaned up nicely. This step is the easy one though! Start cutting into whatever shape you like and get them all into a BIG mixing bowl!

Leave the Tofu out of the mix for now. We want to let it soak in the Tamari alone for a bit prior to placing everything into baking pans.
great recipe
My husband and I love tofu scrambles. Your creation looks wicked awesome - I'll have to make your rendition soon. Thanks!
betcha swap out the rotten soybean patty for some grilled and cubed pork this would be killer.
trying it on a BBQ grill! that's a great idea. curious how that will turn out. I bet it will be great!
Great, i'm going to try this on my BBQ
I'm not very vegan, but it looks delicious!
Looks great. I just will not tell the kids that it is healthy.
Great recipe, I can't wait to try it. It looks delish!

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