Hi my lovely fellows,
Many people who I tell that I only eat vegan or plant based, think I usually eat only “grass and leaves”. You do not have to miss anything. There are so many alternative ways to replace animal products. Is not it right that animal products are generally made tasty by herbal spices? Then a renouncement of your favorite dishes is not necessary and usually it is even better. After all, you do not have to have a bad conscience and you do not feel so cumbersome afterwards because you have eaten over the hunger again because it was just so damn delicious.
When we celebrated my husband’s birthday, I surprised him with a vegan breakfast. There was French toast (this recipe I will publish soon) and omelets. Previously, I was looking for recipes through the internet and got some really nice recipes. I found a recipes which broached me on the side of kittekake. I modified the recipe.
With the help of chickpea flour I created super delicious omelets without eggs.
Hard to believe, isn’t it? Do you know the “black salt” from India? Kala Namak? It does not only smell extremely after eggs, it also gives the dishes the typical taste.
I personally could never really eat eggs. No scrambled eggs, fried eggs, boiled eggs and co. I have always found the consistency of egg whites not so exhilarating, so I would rather have waived the dishes. And now, when I’ve eaten the chickpea omelets. If I could have equaled 2 or 3 of them. It was so delicious and the consistency was very good. To fill the omelets, you can take vegetables of your choice. Since we had broccoli, mushrooms and tomatoes at home, I took them for the filling.
You will love the omelets.
Recipe for 4 omelets
Adapted from kittekake
- 1 ½ cup chick pea flour
- 1 ½ cups of plant milk(unsweetened): almond, oats or soya who likes
- 4 tsp apple cider
- 4 tsp yeast flakes, nutrional yeast (optional, but gives my conscience something)
- ½ tsp turmeric, onion powder, garlic powder, baking soda,
- 1/8 TL sea salt, Kala Namak
- ¼ tsp grated nutmeg
- All the ingredients should be mixed to a dough, the consistency of the dough should correspond to that of pancakes.
- Vegetables of your choice. We had: 1 half head broccoli, 100 g mushrooms, ½ onion, 2 tomatoes,
- cook in a pot until the broccoli is bite-resistant and season to taste (salt, pepper, some vegetable broth)
- Put 1/4 of the dough into a pan, wait until the dough begins to form bubbles and getting firm at the edge.
- Then spread the vegetables on one half of the omelet. Fold the other side over the vegetable side and fry until the dough is completely through.
- Take care to switch the heat down, so the omelet doesn’t burn.
- Now you can serve the omelets. If vegetables are still left, you can add it as a side. Enjoy the meal.
If you try the recipe, let me know in the comments, as you have tasted.