I haven’t had an avocado toast for a while, and I was definitely in a mood for one today.
I wanted to make my avo-toast a bit different as I had time (Saturday!), so I decided to pair it up with ginger-marinated tofu.
So first I marinated my silken tofu.
While waiting my tofu to be marinated, I enjoyed my coffee time.
Terry’s cold-brewed coffee with almond milk is so good.
I honestly think his cold-brewed coffee is the best coffee ever, and now I hesitate to go to a coffee shop (sad, in a way (lol)).
I used sourdough bread I bought from the local co-op.
I liked it because it’s very thinly sliced and when it’s toasted, it’s so light and crunchy.
The tofu is ready.
Doesn’t it look beautiful?
It almost looks like ricotta cheese.
I love the colors.
The simple green x white combination is so pretty.
In the U.S. people often view tofu as a “healthy” food, but to me tofu is just one of the things I eat because I like how it tastes.
Apparently tofu was a big part of my diet when I grew up in Japan, and I continue to enjoy it for its natural taste.
So once in a while I eat my tofu with very minimum seasonings, like soy sauce and wasabi, or olive and sail, etc.
As I imagined, this avocado toast turned out to be delicious!!
The spiciness from the ginger was just the right amount of kick it needed, too.
Rainy morning is not so bad on a weekend.
salt and pepper
1. Scoop bite sized tofu with a spoon and place on a plate.
2. Drizzle olive oil. Sprinkle salt, pepper, chopped ginger, and chopped scallion.
3. Let it marinated for a half hour to a few hours.