Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder

Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder


One upon a time, we used to have scrambled eggs every so often in our house, but now-a-day it is a rarity.

You see our little girl – Evelyn developed those irritating itchy rash all over her body and it doesn’t seem to go away. We though it was eczema but I had my suspicion these are the reaction she gets from eating eggs. We took her to the doctor and got her blood tested. We agitatedly waited for one whole week for the test result to come back to confirm us that wasn’t the case. When the time arrived, I rang the doctor surgery, and they confirmed us that Evelyn has a mild allergy reaction to egg. It was like someone had just hit me with a brick.

I went through a period of blaming myself as it was me who serve her eggs. I did not know as as she seem to loves eggs, any kind of eggs: scramble, boil, poached – she loves them all.

Then a friend told me that she has not known anyone from eating too much of something can become allergy to something. I should really look into developing her guts and giving her lots of nutritious food. That way, perhaps one day her guts will be strong enough to handle eggs and she will be able to start eating eggs again.

Another friend also suggested the alternative to scramble eggs is Tofu scramble. I have never heard of such thing. So I did some researched and gave it a try.

With the help from our friends, Indigo Herbs, they have provided me with a pack of Organic Turmeric Powder. This is a brand that I trust and has put me at ease when it comes to organic food.



So let’s take a look at what does this Organic Turmeric Powder has to offer…

Health Facts:
Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder



Here’s how to:…

Print Recipe
Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder Yum
Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine British, Thai
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Course Breakfast, Brunch
Cuisine British, Thai
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 4 minutes
Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder
  1. Heat pan with Olive Oil to medium to high heat.
  2. Drained excess water from the Tofu and place in the pan one the oil is heated. Squash the Tofu into smaller chunks.
  3. Place the grated carrots in the pan and cook for 1 minute.
  4. Follow with fresh spinach and Salmon and stir.
  5. Seasons with pepper and salt to taste. Cook for 1 minute and serve.


  • I like it with Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce at the side. Not for Evelyn of course – she find it too spicy! lol!
  • The can be added to a little liquid and taken daily, encapsulated or used in cooking. Tastes great in desserts too!



Our Verdict!

Evelyn will let you know at the end of our How-to video : …

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Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder




Tofu Scramble with Indigo Herbs Organic Turmeric Powder


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*This is not a sponsor post. We are into eggless recipes right now and Indigo Herbs has kindly given us the Organic Turmeric Powder  for Evelyn to try, and I’d like to share this recipe with you. All photos, words, and opinions are honest and of my own.


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Su {Ethan & Evelyn}

Su blogs at Ethan & Evelyn. Ethan (7) & Evelyn (4) are her children. Her blog was originally an online diary but quickly transformed. She blogs about their life adventures of her experiences of motherhood, lifestyle, food, crafts, and travel. Her blog was awarded the Coupon Machine Travel Blog Top100 (#37) in 2016. The #MadBlogAwards 2016 Nominated for Best Craft Blog, Best Family Travel Blog, and Best Preschool Blog. She is a now a Freelance Writer, a Photographer, Co-creator of #ExplorerKids IG community. Host of #FabFridayPost and #ExplorerKids Linkys. And a Kids Yoga Teacher too! Connect with her on Twitter & Instagram @ethannevelyn

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  1. 24/06/2017 / 3:08 am

    Your images are lovely! I love eggs myself so I’m not too likely to make a tofu scramble, but the herbs and turmeric powder sounds like a great add in!

    Sorry to hear your little lady has an allergy. I’m hopeful she will outgrow it!

  2. 24/06/2017 / 3:47 am

    This looks so good Su, and turmeric is so good for you. We will try to find that brand here in the US. Our little, she is allergic to eggs too. It used to be a horrific reaction, epi pens in every bag kind of thing. I think by her next test at the allergist, she may have outgrown it. I hope anyway. She was also allergic to dairy, and she beat that one! Oh, these littles and their challenges! Thanks for the recipe, and especially for the feature! <3 #FabFridayPost Have a happy weekend! <3 <3 <3

    • 24/06/2017 / 5:22 pm

      Oh no! That’s awful! Epi pens scares me. I can’t imagine my kids having allergy to dairy. It is so difficult to avoid. It is certainly very challenging. I’m so glad she has beaten that one. Well done! I feel for you and I am so glad that I have now a friend to talk too – in a positive way of-course. Good luck with her next test at the allergist. xxx

  3. 24/06/2017 / 9:50 am

    Hi, this seems like an interesting dish. I’ll be sure to try it since it’s very healthy. Turmeric has so many benefits. Cheers

  4. 24/06/2017 / 9:58 am

    Hi! Really nice article. Right length, good amount of information and very very original recipe. I’ve never been into tofu but your recipe make me want to try it (even if I love eggs). I love the originality of the contest at the end, I entered so finger crossed!! 🙂

    • 24/06/2017 / 5:25 pm

      Thank you so much. It is very much appreciated. I also loves eggs and now I like tofu too! Good Luck with the competition!

  5. 24/06/2017 / 1:12 pm

    Sorry to hear she has an allergy but it sounds like you found her a good alternative.

  6. 24/06/2017 / 2:58 pm

    I’ve never tried anything like this before but you tempted me! I’m sure going to try it and let you know.

    • 24/06/2017 / 5:29 pm

      Great! I’m so glad to hear that you will give try. Yes, do let me know how it goes. x

  7. 24/06/2017 / 5:20 pm

    I love turmeric and if it can make tofu taste good it’s win. #FabFridayPost

  8. Rahat Arora
    24/06/2017 / 8:03 pm

    I never try this but will keep bookmark of this post to know the ingredients and make it tssty as its looks in images

    • 24/06/2017 / 8:44 pm

      You’ll love it! You can change the ingredients to whatever you need as long as you have the turmeric powder and the tofu. Hope this helps & do let me know if you enjoyed it or not. x

  9. 24/06/2017 / 8:46 pm

    Love all of your recipes! Organic and whole foods are the best ways to go, always. I will have to try this one sometime! I hope you daughter feels better soon!

    • 24/06/2017 / 8:48 pm

      Thank you so much! We do try to eat healthy here. & Thank you for your lovely comment too. It is a working progress. It is a hit and missed. We just have to learn how to adjust to her allergy. x

  10. 24/06/2017 / 11:40 pm

    ooohh I love the sound of this! It sounds just lovely and something I would definitely eat, not sure about the boys though lol #fabfridaypost

    • 25/06/2017 / 11:57 am

      It is very yummy! Try it with the boy – you never know, until you try! x

  11. 25/06/2017 / 1:12 am

    I’ve been hearing a lot about tofu scrambles! We used to eat a lot of tofu in my house since we stuck to mostly Asian dishes. I like the taste of tofu actually, so I think I’ll give this a try! xx

    with love, Jordyn |

    • 25/06/2017 / 11:59 am

      I love Tofu. I love the silky of its texture. Very yummy! Thank you for commenting. x

  12. RM
    25/06/2017 / 6:58 am

    This looks so delicious!!

  13. 25/06/2017 / 3:27 pm

    Since I am a vegan we did not have eggs in the fridge for quite a long time. Though my husbands and the sons are not vegan they eat eggs when we have breakfast in restaurants – at home they love tofu scramble.
    Kind Regars, Sabrina

    • 25/06/2017 / 7:09 pm

      It’s great that your hubby and son try tofu. My OH would not go near it! lo! x

  14. 25/06/2017 / 9:23 pm

    Great photos, I only ever use turmeric for dhal or in my curries to add a little colour but it’s become the latest wonder food. Will start checking out some recipes to try. #fabfridaypost

    • 25/06/2017 / 10:38 pm

      Thank you so much. It is also new for me too. Very interesting spice. I will see if I can create anything else from this wonderful spice! x

  15. You definitely shouldn’t feel guilty for serving Evelyn eggs – allergies seem to hit quite randomly. In fact I even read that the body sometimes craves foods that cause an allergic reaction. On the plus side, this tofu recipe looks yummy. Gorgeous food photography too, Su x

    • 29/06/2017 / 11:08 am

      It’s very strange isn’t as none of my and my OH family seem to have any kind of allergies at all. Yes, Evelyn loves tofu. Thank goodness for that. Feww! Thank you so much for your kind words. xx

  16. 27/06/2017 / 7:25 pm

    It sounds like a really good and healthy alternative to eggs, and the most important thing of course, Evelyn approves! It’s half the battle if your children enjoy eating the food you give them. Makes life so much easier. #FabFridayPost

    • 29/06/2017 / 11:12 am

      Oh yes! That battle – it is very nerve wracking when trying something new. I’m so glad she likes it. Thank you for your lovely comments. xx

  17. 29/06/2017 / 10:04 am

    That looks like a great alternative to scrambled eggs, I must admit I am not a great fan of eggs myself. Sarah #FabFridayPost

    • 29/06/2017 / 11:16 am

      I think you’ll find tofu delicious as it doesn’t have that eggy smell. I really like that soft and silky clean texture of it. It is divine. Yum!! xx

  18. 29/06/2017 / 1:43 pm

    Interesting variation on scrambled eggs and I absolutely adore the little fishy dishy.

  19. 29/06/2017 / 2:40 pm

    Oh wow you’d never know that wasn’t eggs by looking at it. Sounds delicious.

    • 29/06/2017 / 3:49 pm

      It taste even better! Silky and soft and clean without that eggy smell. Yumm!

  20. 29/06/2017 / 8:06 pm

    I’ve never tried tofu!! I think that I really need to try it, this looks delicious and I’m sure the children would love it, they love eggs! #fabfridaypost

    • 29/06/2017 / 9:01 pm

      It is really delicious. You should try it. Even though, Evelyn loves eggs – she also loves tofu too. x

  21. Leila Benhamida
    30/06/2017 / 2:33 am

    Will definitely try it. What an awesome recipe.

  22. 30/06/2017 / 11:22 am

    Looks really good and I bet she is already enjoying this tofu scramble in place of her eggs. I don’t think you should feel guilty, isn’t there enough guilt already without feeling guilty for things that are not your fault. Instead, you are doing all you can to give her a healthy alternative to the eggs.

    • 30/06/2017 / 11:40 am

      She is loving this tofu. Thank you so much for your kind comment also. I am indeed. xx

  23. Katie Skeoch
    30/06/2017 / 11:15 pm

    Lots of great recipes & I’ll have to try the eggs for breakfast!

  24. Chiara S.
    01/07/2017 / 12:21 am

    I’ve never really used turmeric in my cooking before. I love scrambled eggs, so I’ll have to give this a go.

  25. 10/07/2017 / 7:17 pm

    I’ve never been a big fan of tofu but I have to admit this looks and sounds delicious so I’m tempted to try it.

  26. Rebecca Brown
    15/07/2017 / 6:37 pm

    Looks amazing – I bet my attempt won’t look half as yummy!

  27. 14/08/2017 / 1:09 pm

    Gosh, an allergy to eggs must be a right pain!!! What a fantastic alternative though. You can use tofu in so many different ways but I’ve never tried this!

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