03 April 2011

Vegan Omelette

Okay, so the picture (shown with pancakes, also vegan) isn't the best, but this is a work in progress. Since my unfortunate mishap with Victory's Banner, I've been thinking about working on a vegan omelette that looks like an omelette. Friday night, I had a vegan author/couchsurfer, Shakti, stay with me. Saturday morning, we promptly set out on the task of creating a vegan omelette that looks like a proper omelette.

1 Package of Silken Tofu
1/4 c (rounded) of Whole Wheat Flour
1/3 t Tumeric
1 t olive oil
a pinch of salt & pepper
a splash of soy sauce
dash of garlic powder

In a bowl, break down the cube of tofu and add the egg replacer with a whisk. Once the mixture is broken down, add in the flour, tumeric, salt, pepper, soy sauce and garlic powder. Once this has been well mixed, fold in the Daiya cheese. Once this has been done and the cheese is evenly distributed, heat up a pan with olive oil and once hot, place the mixture in to make omelette. Place in any thing you'd like to put in the omelette (i.e. onions, green pepper, mushrooms, etc.).
For best results, let the mixture sit for couple minutes then move around, like making scrambled eggs. Eventually, you will end up with an omelette form.
This was fairly easy.

1 comment:

  1. Note: When we threw in the egg replacer, we did it (without making the "egg" as directed on the Ener-G Egg Replacer package) in its original powdered form. Great job, Joseph, but yes the pic doesn't do it justice--we needed better lighting.