"Repeat after me: Don't scramble your eggs, scramble your tofu! This splendid breakfast dish is one of my all-time favorite ways to eat tofu. Oh, what's that? You hate tofu? This is the dish that has converted all of my tofu-skeptic friends. It's based on a classic Northern Indianbreakfast my dad remembers from his childhood, originally involving crumbled paneer sauteed with spices and green beans and usually eaten atop toast.
When my parents immigrated to America and my dad was craving this dish, tofu was my mom's workaround after not being able to find paneer anywhere. What she ended up discovering was how wonderfully light and bouncy the crumbled tofu gets, and how nicely that complements the crunch of the green beans. This dish is essentially a doppelganger for scrambled eggs, thanks to the yellow color of the turmeric and the vaguely eggy, umami-like taste of the chaat masala. But tofu does a far superior job than eggs at really absorbing the flavor of the spices—plus, it's a lot harder to overcook tofu." – Priya Krishna