Thursday, July 8, 2010

Moist omelette with vegetables

moist omelette

This omelette is quick, it took a lot of practice to keep it moist but cooked and now it is well loved by all at home. It can be made differently each time depending on what is available. 


5 eggs
2 tbsp onions chopped
1/4 cup bell peppers diced (red or different colour)
1/4 cup green peppers diced
1/4 cup spinach chopped or (1 green onion chopped optional)
1/4 cup mushrooms optional
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp pepper

Beat well with a whisk all the ingredients except oil. Heat oil when it is hot add the egg mixture and cook till it can be flipped, slightly lift the egg that is cooking and let the runny parts go under. After flipping cook about 2 minutes and remove from heat and serve warm. The egg should be cooked not runny unless you prefer it that way. Don't cook the eggs for a long time as it will become dry and dark.
Can also add diced cooked meat, shrimp or smoked salmon with about 2 tbsp milk or cream into the mixture.
This recipe goes to Breakfast club #2 eggs hosted by Fuss free flavours and Fingers and toes.

10 comments:

  1. looks awesome and loved teh platter..feels like grabbing the plate off the screen..

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  2. Prefect omelette for brunch, looks yummy..

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  3. what a colorful flavorful dish!! I like the idea of adding shrimp to it!

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  4. I love omelets. Delicious! Thanks for linking. I hope to see you again!

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  5. Oh, this looks absolutely delicious!! I'm starving right now and this would totally hit the spot! I'm so glad you joined us for Two for Tuesdays this week =) YUM....

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  6. I have to tell you that eggs and omlettes are some of my most GO to dishes for dinner! This recipe looks divine and thanks for sharing the real food love on the two for tuesday recipe blog hop! :) Alex p.s. am following your blog!

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  7. We eat tons of eggs - this dish would make a great lunch! I am glad too that you shared it with us at Two for Tuesdays!

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  8. I like nothing as much as a good omelette. Any time of day.

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  9. I have to laugh, because both of my parents eat their eggs overcooked. I think it's the reason that I hated eggs as a kid. As an adult, I tasted properly cooked eggs for the first time, and fell hopelessly in love! Thanks for sharing your recipe at T4T!

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  10. I do like veggies for breakfast, it gets 2 of my 5 a day in without me even having to think about it

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