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Tropical omelette - a dessert style omelette with a Mediterranean twist. Pineapple, mango, kiwi fruit and cherries fill the omelette.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 8 eggs
  • 50g brown sugar
  • trickle Cointreau liqueur
  • 300ml (1/2 pt) double cream
  • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 pineapple ring
  • 100g mango
  • 1 kiwi fruit
  • 8 cherries

MethodPrep:15min ›Cook:10min ›Ready in:25min

  1. Beat the eggs with the sugar, Cointreau and cream.
  2. Heat the olive oil in a non-stick frying pan.
  3. Add the eggs, covering the bottom of the pan.
  4. Allow to cook, loosening the edges as it cooks, once one side is cooked, turn over to cook the other side.
  5. Whilst cooking, chop all the fruit into cubes and mix together.
  6. Turn out omelette onto a plate and fill with the fruit.
  7. Fold in half, and half again to create the shape of a handkerchief.

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Nutrition information
per serving

Vitamin A 2421 IU Vitamin C 29 mg Calcium 286 mg Iron 2.7 mg Vitamin D 85 IU Folate 103 mcg Omega 3 Fatty Acid 0.2 g

% Daily Value*: Vitamin A 50% Vitamin C 50% Calcium 30% Iron 15 %.

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Take fresh spinach leaves, wash them, chop them and set aside. Now take two separate bowls and beat the eggs in them. Separate the egg whites from the yolks and store in separate bowls. Do the same with separating the egg whites and yolks in two separate bowls. Then add salt to taste to the bowl with the beaten egg whites. Beat the egg whites with a whisk or electric mixer until soft, frothy peaks form. When the egg whites are soft and foamy, as shown above, set them aside. Now beat the egg yolks. Add the egg yolks to the foamy egg whites and gently fold them in. Put a tablespoon of olive oil in the pan and let it get hot. Add the onions/vegetables, green chillies and ginger to the pan and fry for a minute on medium heat. Now add the chopped spinach and ground black pepper to the pan and cook over a low heat for a few minutes. Now mix the spinach in a bowl with the eggs (beating the egg whites and yolks) and add to the pan. Mix well, add ground black pepper and sprinkle with coriander leaves. Add a tablespoon of olive oil to the side of the pan, cover the pan and fry the omelet. Remove the lid after 5 minutes. Now add grated cheddar to half of the omelet. Place a few more thin slices of sharp cheddar on top of the omelet. Cover and cook for a few more minutes until the eggs are cooked through. Fold the omelette over and bake a little more if the eggs are not cooked enough. When the omelet is ready, transfer it to a plate and serve warm.

To make the spinach omelet fluffy, carefully beat the eggs to make the omelet perfect. For this recipe, I recommend watching the video, especially if you’ve never made a soufflé omelet before.

Combine eggs, lime juice or vinegar, fish sauce, water, and rice flour or cornstarch in a medium bowl. Beat with a fork until frothy. If the flour forms a few lumps, break up as many as possible with your fingers.

Heat the vegetable oil in a small pot or a round-bottom wok set over medium-high heat until lightly smoking. Hold the egg bowl about one foot above the pan and pour the egg mixture into the oil in one go

The egg mixture will immediately puff up. Do not disturb it. After 20 seconds, flip the omelet. There’s no need to keep it nice and round we want asymmetrical edges. Let the other side cook for another 20 seconds. Remove the omelet from the pan and serve immediately.

How To Make Healthy Spinach And Mushroom Omelette

Heat half the olive oil in a small saute pan* over medium-high heat. Add onion, mushroom, sage, and half the salt, and cook, stirring occasionally until mushrooms are brown and onions are tender.

Add spinach and cook until wilted. Remove vegetable mixture from heat and set aside.

Wipe pan clean, and heat the remaining olive oil over medium heat.

Add eggs, along with remaining salt and pepper, and cook until set.

Carefully turn onto a plate, and place vegetable filling on half of the omelet

Fold into a half-moon shape, serve, and enjoy. Try serving it with fresh herbs and avocado for added creaminess

*if using a non-stick pan, make sure it’s a Teflon-free nonstick pan such as a ceramic pan or a PTFE and Teflon-free nonstick such as Swiss Diamond.

Omelet Recipe

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  • 1/4 cup or 4 T powdered raw egg
  • 5 T water
  • dehydrated or FD'd onion
  • FD'd bell pepper
  • 1/4 c grated FD'd cheese
  • S&P to taste


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How to make it

  • Mix the powdered egg with the water and stir until mixed. May substitute milk for water if desired. Add S&P to taste. Place in greased heated saucepan.
  • Once the egg begins to solidify but the top is moist, add the onion, bell pepper, and the cheese to the surface of the omelet. Once the top of the omelet is almost cooked and the cheese has started to melt, turn half the omelet over the other half of the omelet, and continue cooking until desired level of doneness is reached.
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