Scrambled Tofu & Tofu Quiche

Tofu Quiche

As promised, I’ll be posting the recipes shared by Dra. Varona at The Healing Diet lecture today. Dra. Varona told us that in order for a “reversal” of disease to happen, a person should avoid fat/meat products all together and eat a plant-based food diet.

This recipe is one of those baby steps that a person should take to do a lifestyle change. It’s like one of those medical step stool that helps the patients in the hospital to go up or down their bed.

Scrambled Tofu

This is the Scrambled Tofu with broccoli..looks like the real thing, right? It looks like scrambled eggs and it also taste a little like it. This is a good substitute for eggs during breakfast and this was used for the quiche filling.


½ kilo tofu, mashed½ cup broccoli, chopped
1 big onion, chopped
3 tablespoons coconut oil
1/ 4 tablespoon turmeric
½ tablespoon mustard
3 tablespoons lemon or calamansi extract
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1    9-inch raw pie shell, unbaked
Mushroom powder to taste
Salt to taste


  • Saute onion in coconut oil.
  • Mix in tofu, turmeric, mustard, calamansi extact, and soy sauce then season with salt and mushroom powder.
  • Put broccoli in pie shell and pour in mixture.
  • Bake at 200 degree C for 12 to 15 minutes.

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8 Responses

  1. love this Ate Peach! It does look like scrambled eggs tho. maybe we can add cauliflower too? 😀

  2. I`m guessing broccoli is a “must”  here right?….asking because i`m not such a big fan of it:(

  3. I wish we have an oven so I can try making that scrambled tofu and tofu quiche. 

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