Can you make omelette without eggs? Yes, it is possible to make an omelette without eggs and in this article I will teach you with a few simple steps to make a rich and juicy zucchini omelette.
Eggless zucchini omelette is suitable for low calorie and vegan diets, it is a very versatile recipe that goes with many foods.
We chose zucchini for this recipe since it is a vegetable with a large number of nutrients and antioxidants. It also has a large amount of water and a low glycemic index and has a contribution of carbohydrates.
From a nutritional point of view, zucchini provides a large amount of potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and calcium.
This is a 100% vegan recipe and super easy to make
Time 0.75 Minutes
Vegetable milk (preferably soy)
1. Ready-to-use ingredients
Cut the onion into julienne strips, then peel and cut the zucchini into slices and reserves.
To cook these vegetables you can use the pan or the microwave.
In the case of the pan, pour about four tablespoons of oil and fry onion and zucchini over medium heat until they acquire a tender texture.
If the intention is not to use oil, use the microwave, add the vegetables to a bowl with lid and cook at two-minute intervals at medium temperature until you consider that it is done enough.
2. Our eggless omelette
Then, to prepare the mixture that replaces the egg, add the chickpea flour, the corn starch, the water and the vegetable milk in a bowl.
Beat until you get a homogeneous mixture, add the salt and pepper to taste. You can add any other spices of your preference.
Gradually add the preparation to the onion and zucchini sauce.
Preheat a frying pan with a little oil, add the mixture and let it cook, when it comes off the edges it is ready to turn, finish browning and remove from the heat.
You can accompany it with a spring salad, chia seeds, gazpacho or with a carrot or pumpkin cream.