Veg Omelet – Without Egg
Veg Omelet is a fluffy and delicious alternative for vegetarians. Simple and easy to cook. It hardly takes 10 minutes to prepare and a delectable snack is ready to fill your tummy.
The best part about the veg omelet is that it just tastes similar to the egg omelet. Made with besan, maida, baking soda and veggies of your choice. Mix them all and fry it. That’s it.
I made this recipe for my veg fans, and I always tell my vegetarian friends, Why should only the non-vegetarians have all the taste.
A great choice for your kid’s lunch box and as an evening snack with a Garma garam cup of Masala Chai. To have a better taste you can serve it with Schezwan chutney, tomato ketchup or mint chutney.
Ingredients of Veg Omelet Gram flour - 1 cup All-purpose flour - 1/2 cup Red chilly powder - 1 tsp Salt to taste Water - as needed Baking powder - 1 tsp Lemon juice - 1 tsp Chopped onion - 1 pcs Chopped green chilly - 2-4 pcs Chopped ginger - a bit Oil - for grease Coriander - for garnishing Steps for Veg Omelet Step 1
Take a marination bowl. Add gram flour, all-purpose flour, red chilly powder & salt to taste. Mix it well.
Now add water as needed to make a batter. Make sure you add water in a number of times so that the texture won’t be too much thin.
Now add baking powder so that your omelet will become fluffy. Then add lemon juice for a tangy taste. Mix it well.
Now add chopped onion, chopped ginger and green chilly for some crunch & spiciness. Mix it well with batter. The veg omelet batter is ready.
Take a pan and grease with oil. Now add batter and spread it each side. Cook it for around 5-6 minutes. ( Note: While cooking veg Omelet, add oil each side so that it is well cooked.)
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