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Lentil & Tofu Breakfast Quesadillas

 

Lentil & Tofu Breakfast Quesadillas
Healthy vegetarian/vegan lentil and tofu breakfast quesadillas that are very easy and quick to make.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
13 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
8 min
Total Time
13 min
Ingredients
  1. 2 eight inch sized tortillas
  2. 1 slice of jack cheese (you can use shredded as well)
  3. 1/4 slice of firm tofu brick
  4. 3 Tbl cooked lentils
  5. 2 Tbl cilantro
  6. 1 1/2 tsp oregano
  7. 1/2 tsp cumin
  8. 1/2 tsp garlic salt
  9. Pinch of chili powder
  10. Tbl olive oil
Instructions
  1. Heat the olive oil in the pan
  2. Crumble the tofu and stir
  3. Add oregano and garlic salt and stir again
  4. Cook for 2 minutes
  5. Add lentils, cumin,and chili powder then stir
  6. Cook for 2 minutes
  7. Put in bowl and keep pan on
  8. Put one tortilla topped with cheese on the pan and place the ingredients from the bowl on tortilla
  9. Put the other tortilla on top of the filling
  10. Cook on each side until tortilla is slightly crisped
To serve
  1. Cut quesadillas in half both ways creating four triangles.
Notes
  1. Want to simplify this? Use taco seasoning instead of the recommended herbs and spices.
  2. Want to make it vegan? Scratch the cheese! You can smash & spread some white bean on either side of tortilla to help it bind together.
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Lentil & Tofu Breakfast Quesadilla

Lentil & Tofu Breakfast Quesadilla

Hello food lovers, bloggers, and fellow veg-heads!

Posts | October 19, 2015 | By

I am a vegetarian food blogger who is just skimming the surface of how this blog stuff functions and am learning the ins and outs of food photography. I am an elementary music teacher at an international school, a new mom, a wife, and an expat. I live in Beijing, China and have been living the craziest and wildest adventures for over four years now. This is my fifth and final year here and then off to Oregon (though I’m a native New Yorker). I’ve decided that during my last year in Asia I want to finally get this blog going, chronicle my last year of travels, and become an amateur food photographer. Though I have no formal training as a cook or a chef, it is a hobby that I have had for about 15 years now. It really blossomed when I lived in OR and spent many a day cooking with my fabulous vegan friend, April. We’d drink wine, listen to loads of music (back then we were really into Feist & Rodrigo y Gabriela), create food and cocktails, and cook for all of our friends. More about that in future posts on the fantastic reflections and recollections of my life (there are many). My BS is in Classical Piano Performance and my Med is in Music Education. Thus far, creating this blog with the very little experience and understanding of the deep and inner workings of this blog-o-sphere world has been my most challenging education yet! I rarely use recipes when I cook and my philosophy is to never waste food, therefore I am often concocting dishes from what is left in my fridge. I wanted to finally write down my creations and actually be able to give people a solid recipe when they’d ask me for one of my dishes that didn’t sound like “oh you know, a little of this, a pinch of that” etc. So, I shall leave you with this… Expect some awesomely weird, fun, and ridiculous posts. I hope you both enjoy and join me on this blogging adventure!

Mangia!
Heather