3/4 Cup ( 185 ml ) tomatoes peeled and finely chopped.
2 hot green chillies seeded and minced
1 small bunch fresh coriander leaves, chopped up finely
1 teaspoon (5ml) dry roasted sesame seeds
1/2 teaspoon tumeric
1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups -375 ml cold water
Oil or ghee for griddle frying
1.Combine all the ingredients except the oil. Add water if too thick.
2. Heat a heavy non-stick frypan or griddle pan over moderate heat until very hot,then reduce heat and brush with oil. Place 2 tablespoons or more of the batter and spread thinly.
When the underside turns golden put a little oil around the edges and turn over. When both sides are golden brown remove from the pan,fold and serve hot.
HI, this is a very yummy recipe you can whip up for lunch or dinner, I don't put in the chillies at all so that is optional. I have made this over the years many times, I got this from the Hare Krishna stand at a Health Expo where they were cooking it up for us to try and they gave out the recipe you see here. This is a Indian style omellete from Gujarat state in Western India and it is very tasty. I don't add sugar however you can add stevia or any sweetener you like. The coriander really gives this dish its distinct flavour so I do suggest only making it with fresh coriander leaves which you can buy from a grocer. Chick pea flour is also called Besan flour and this is to be found in a health food store or health food section of a supermarket .