Back in my pre-vegan days I ate a lot of eggs, in fact I found eggs to be one of the things I missed the most when I first made the switch. I’ve tried the follow your heart vegan eggs and found them to be overpoweringly eggy tasting, which was a shame, I was hopeful I would love them! (Although at £7 a box, I’m kind of glad I didn’t!) This week a recipe for a chickpea omelette popped up on my facebook, the picture looked delicious and they are something I’ve wanted to try for a while and I just kept forgetting about them. The omelette itself turned out to be incredibly quick to make, and really delicious.
- 25g Gram Flour
- 1 tsp Nutritional Yeast
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp Onion Powder
- Salt and Pepper
- 1/4 cup of water
Mix all of the ingredients. Whisk well to get out the lumps in the batter.
Heat a frying pan with some spray oil, pour in the batter. Cook on both sides.
As a filling I used mushrooms, onions and a tiny bit of vegan cream cheese, and I served it with baked beans.
Slimming world wise this is 5 syns, 4 for the flour and 1 for the nooch, but in my opinion it was worth every syn. Not quite like an omelette but enough to satisfy, and very tasty. Remember to give me a follow on instagram, facebook and twitter for more.