sesame ginger breakfast sandwich.

by Mindy @ Just A One Girl Revolution on January 2, 2015

in Recipe

Disclosure: Nasoya provided coupons for free product; all thoughts and opinions are my own.

There are a few things in my life that I know to be true. First, now that we’re past the holidays and into the fresh start of a new year, my body is craving real, wholesome, nourishing foods. Second, I can eat breakfast food for any meal of the day. And finally, while tofu may be a solid protein source for vegetarians, I have not mastered the art of preparing it at home. No matter what I try, it just doesn’t turn out as good as it does in restaurants (and before you naysayers scoff, I promise it’s good when it’s prepared correctly!).

Nasoya TofuBaked

Enter in the solution to all of my at-home tofu problems: Nasoya’s new TofuBaked line. This new product, in Sesame Ginger and Teriyaki flavors, comes ready to eat with four precut servings in each package! With no pressing, seasoning, or any other prep work necessary, you can take it straight from the package to your plate. Now this is my kind of tofu. I can’t screw it up!

While the teriyaki works wonders in a rice-based dish, I knew I wanted to try something a little different for the sesame ginger and my mind immediately went to breakfast. One of the few things I miss being vegetarian is a really good breakfast sandwich and I thought this would be a great substitute for the standard options like sausage.

breakfast is the best

This is such an easy breakfast option to throw together, which is awesome for a hectic morning or even when you need a quick dinner (brinner, for the win!). I added some caramelized onions, and the sweetness in those really brought the whole thing together. As a side note, I generally cook 2-3 onions at once to keep on hand for the week, as they make a great addition to a variety of meals.

  • 2 slices of a dense, hearty bread, toasted (I used a whole grain ciabatta roll)
  • 1 slice of Sesame Ginger TofuBaked
  • 2 eggs, prepared to your choosing
  • Some¬†caramelized onions¬†(the more, the merrier!)
  • A few drops of Sriracha
  • Salt and pepper to taste

This has quickly become one of my favorite food combinations, and I love that it packs a huge protein punch!

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