Saturday, June 27, 2009

Tomato Cabbage Omelette Whole Grain Sandwich

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ChickPea Flour (Besan) is low in Saturated Fat, and very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Dietary Fiber, Magnesium and Copper, and a very good source of Protein, Folate and Manganese, Niacin. Also I used Arnold Whole Multigrain Bread which do not have high fructose corn syrup.

Cooking Time: 20 min

Preparation Time: 10 min

Serves – Yields 4 Omelette for 4 Sandwiches


8 Slices of Arnold Whole Multigrain Bread
1 C (120 gms)chickpea besanflour
1/4 C Tbsp whole wheat flour
1/2 C finely shredded cabbage
2 Medium sized tomato made into puree
4 tsp canola oil for frying + 1 tsp oil for the batter
1/2 tsp sesame seeds
1 tsp turmeric pwd
1 tsp red chilli pwd (or acc. to taste)
1 tsp garam masala pwd
1/2 tsp sugar
Salt to taste
Water to mix the batter(just use enough water to make a dosa like batter there is tomato puree too into it.)


1. Mix together all the ingredients & add enough water to make a dosa like batter.
2. Heat the iron or non-stick griddle and pour a ladle full of the batter and spread like you spread a dosa, let it evenly cook.
3. Pour 1/2 tsp of oil on either side & once it is cooked on one side,turn and place the other side of the omlette and remove it once cooked. Keep it aside.
4. Now to make one sandwich, take 2 slices of bread, apply slight butter, green chutney & ketchup, at this time you can also add sliced cucumber,onion & bellpepper if you wish..I did not used it..Fold the tomato omlette and place it between these slices of bread.
5. Cut & serve with green chutney / ketchup.

Event Participation:

Show me your Sandwich, hosted by Divya
My legume love affair twelfth helping event hosted by Annarasa.
Show me your breakfast hosted, by Divya

Original Recipes - Monthly Round up hosted by Lorie.

This goes to EFM June Breakfast series hosted by Srish


Saritha said...

Healthy sandhwich and nice click :)

chef and her kitchen said...

I make egg omlette for my hubby's sandwich...But this is a nice idea for me to use it for me as I dont eat egg omlette..nice click..why dont u send this Clicks event @ Jugalbandi

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Yummy and healthy sandwich...
Looks great too!

sangeeta said...

nice one...we call this omlette besan ka chilla and this is my fav breakfast.....we eat this as it is or rolled up in multigrain rotis...sandwitch is a good idea.

Unknown said...

This makes a great breakfast! Thanks for sending this to "Show Me Your Breakfast " event!!

Unknown said...

This makes a great breakfast! Thanks for sending this to "Show Me Your Breakfast " event!!

Jyoti said...

I make this kind of veg omelette many times, but it is interesting to put it in a sandwich...great idea!

Renus Kitchen said...

wow egg-less omlette....nice idea...

Sharmila said...

Vegetarian omelette! Wow! Too good. :-)

Parita said...

Very innovative! never thought omlette can be used between breads! sounds too good!

Pooja said...

Oh what a healthy sandwich! Perfect for breakfast. Loved the way you made the omelette! Great idea!

Unknown said...

Thanks all for your healthy comments...Keep visiting more for healthy recipes..

kittymatti said...

wow! good click and awesome presentation!

iRaw said...

Oh wow, this looks so good - and I love chickpea flour!!!

Unknown said...

yummy and healthy break fast looks so yum yum.

Ashwini said...

lovely click..nice way to start the day...

Lore said...

I love cabbage in an omlette but I've only used sauerkraut before. Will try fresh cabbage next time. Nom nom looks delicious :).
Thanks for sharing your recipe with the Original Recipes Round-Up!

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