Vegetarian Omelette


If you do not want to eat eggs any day and want to eat an omelette  then this is perfect dish for you. It makes a tasty breakfast for whole family and its Vegan! I used to make this omelette before but it was a webit thicker than this. Ever since I made this method its just perfect.
Serves :3
Method credit: cookingshooking website



 Here is the recipe to make vegetarian omelette.
Ingredients:
1 cup Gram flour/ besan/chickpea flour
1 tbsp wheat flour
¼ th cup finely chopped onions
2 tbsp finely chopped tomatoes
1 tbsp finely chopped coriander leaves
3 green chillies finely chopped
A pinch of baking soda
Salt to taste
Water approximately 2 cups
Oil to drizzle for frying dosa

 Method:
In a large bowl add 1 cup chickpea flour and wheat flour and baking soda to this add water little by little(adjust water accordingly) and make into a smooth batter making sure it has no lumps. Whip the batter well. The batter must be a runny batter i.e if you drop the batter  on the pan it must be easy to swirl, the consistency must be just like one has for egg omelette.
To this batter add chopped onions,tomato,coriander leaves.green chillies and salt and mix well.
Heat a non stick pan and drop a big ladle of batter on the pan and swirl the pan making sure the batter has spread evenly just like we make Egg omeltte.
Close the pan with a lid for a minute and allow the omelette to cook. Now drizzle some oil on top of the omelette and flip it on the other side and cook well. When cooked on both the sides Serve hot with chutney or tomato ketchup.


Notes:
You can even use All purpose flour/maida if you don’t have wheat flour in the same measurement.
You can even add grated carrots to this batter.
Please make sure that you don’t add oil while pouring the dosa as it would be difficult to flip over.
Enjoy making this Vegetarian Omelette.

Happy Cooking!
Aparna

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