Spinach Quinoa Chickpea Omelette. Soyfree Glutenfree Vegan Recipe

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St Paddy's Day is coming up and I am trying to come up with some green and some irish options. Lets start off with this green Omelette/Chickpea flour pancake. 

This easy breakfast is full of awesome stuff. Spinach, cooked quinoa and chickpea flour. Add up spices of choices and fill it up with anything, grilled veggies or a potato hash or just serve as is.

Soft, simple and a great start to the day. 


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Steps:
Blend, chickpea flour, flaxemal, spinach, cooked quinoa and water.



Add the salt and spices and mix in.



Cook at medium heat for 5-7 minutes on each side. 



Serve hot with fillings of choice and ketchup, mustard or Sriracha.



Spinach Quinoa Chickpea Omelette 
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy, egg, corn, soy, yeast, gluten, grain, nut. 

Makes 3 7 inch pancakes . Easily doubled
Ingredients:
1/2 cup chickpea flour
1/2 cup lightly packed spinach
2 Tbsp packed cilantro
1/2 cup cooked quinoa
1 Tbsp flaxmeal
1 cup water
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp each of garlic powder, mustard powder, cumin powder, cayenne powder
a generous pinch of kala namak (black salt)
2 tsp nutritional yeast (optional)
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp lemon juice
2 Tbsp finely chopped red onion

Method:
Put everything till lemon juice in a blender and blend until smooth. Add in the onion to the batter. Add other finely chopped veggies or bell peppers to the batter if you like.
Heat a thick bottom girdle at medium heat. When hot, grease with a little oil. Add a 1/2 cup of the batter to the pan. Spread by tilting the pan to all sides. 
Cook 5-7 minutes or until golden, then flip and cook for another 5-6 minutes. 
Serve hot as is, or with ketchup, Sriracha, ranch dressing or other dressing of choice and with roasted veggies or potatoes. I filled mine with potato and bell pepper with indian spices.

Variations: Add other greens. Or remove the greens from the batter and saute and use as filling. You can also use cooked millet or other grains in the batter. 


These omelettes are being shared at Allergy Free Wednesdays.

20 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh this looks fabulous! The spices sound delicious! I guess I know what I'm making for a special weekend breakfast. :) I'll probably make palak paneer for a green dinner too :D

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  2. i love that you made some green food for st. patrick's day! this looks delicious!

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  3. Yum yum yum! I adore chickpea flour pancakes/omelettes/scramble and love that you added quinoa and greens to this recipe. Even more nutritious and delicious!

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  4. I love the look of this vegan omelette and all the veggies stuffed inside it! Looks like the perfect Sunday Breaky ! :D

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  5. So healthy and delicious, looks really tempting!

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  6. What a great concept! I can see this becoming a staple. I pinned the recipe but I am also putting it on a recipe card to pin to the range hood with a magnet. I love using besan although I mostly make socca.

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  7. This is such an interesting take on an omlette! Could you also use this as a wrap??

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    1. totally. Add a tbsp or more water and make a thinner crepe.

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  8. Yum. I cant wait to make vegan omlets at the weekend.

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  9. I want this for breakfast! The Spinach Quinoa Chickpea Omelette looks wonderful and delicious!

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  10. Ooo this looks so good! I have a quick question - Since I am allergic to spinach, could I use kale instead?

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    1. kale might taste a bit grassy. you can use chard or cilantro or omit it

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  11. We made these today and stuffed them with potato/mushroom hash and cashew cheezy sauce. Yummy!

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    1. thanks Corrin! that stuffing sound fabulous!

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  12. What if I don't have chickpea flour? Can I use ap flour?

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