Sunday, May 19, 2013

Meatless Sunday Breakfast

Pizza Omelet





Good morning!
It's Sunday, and now is the perfect time to make
a classic egg breakfast, with a small twist.
I did not include meat or cheese in this recipe.
It is a healthier combination with tasty vegetables.
I think this is great for kids, so wake up the family and make a nice breakfast together:)





 

Ingredients-  Prep Time ~20mins

1. 3 eggs (4 small slices for 1 hungry person, 2 eggs per 1 adult is usually the way I measure it)
2. Red Bell Pepper (1 handful, finely chopped)
3. 1/2 Large Onion (finely chopped)
4. 1-2 Plum Tomatoes (sliced)
5. 1-2 Marinated Green Olives (sliced)
6. 1-2 Marinated Black Olives (sliced)
7. Fresh Chives 
8. Salt
9. Pepper 
10. Oil
11. Ketchup (optional)




Instructions-

1. Prepare vegetables and tomatoes. 
2. Heat a non-stick pan with a small splash of oil.
3. Crack open three eggs, and whisk forcefully in a bowl. Do not add salt to the eggs!
4. Add chopped onions and red bell pepper pieces onto the hot pan. Continiously mix to avoid burning.
5. When a golden color is achieved, add the eggs.
6. Let the eggs settle and cook for about two minutes. You may now add salt and pepper to taste.
7. With a spatula, make sure the eggs cook evenly by moving contents from the bottom to the top, starting from the middle. 
*If you are skilled, you may flip the omelet onto the other side.
8. When the top side is still undercooked, start adding olive and tomato slices.
9. Remember, keep an eye on the heat. Check the underside of the omelet to make sure it is not burned.
10. When the omelet is ready, it should move freely on the pan when you shake it around.
11. Add chopped chives and serve by cutting into slices, you may also top it off with some ketchup. 


 

ENJOY :) 


12 comments:

  1. Very interesting. We love eggs and this will be a fantastic meal for us, either on its own as stuffed into bread slices.

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  2. ejjjj jak zwykle kusisz *.*

    zapraszam na kulinarne rozdanie i na indyka w pomarańczach!
    www.cookplease.blogspot.com

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  3. Genialny pomysł, szybko i na bank smacznie... świetne zdjęcia, aż ślinka cieknie:). Pozdrawiam

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  4. nie wiem czy odważyłabym się to spróbować .. :)

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  5. suuper! napewno wyprobuje!

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  6. jakie cudne to żarełko :) wygląda przecudnie, a że składniki odpowiadają mojej diecie (oprócz oliwek) na pewno wypróbuję :)

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  7. Hej:) zostałaś nominowana do zabawy w pytania i odpowiedzi :) zapraszam serdecznie a szczegóły są tutaj http://iwaona.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/nominacja-i-zabawa-w-pytania-i.html

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    1. dziękuję, zaraz zajrzę na twojego bloga:)*

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  8. hey dear! thanks so much for your visit & comment on your fave perfumes:) i know, zara has some pretty cool smells! i own a bottle of a zara perfume called "rose" - your right, they're so much cheaper:))
    ps. this omlete looks super yummi <3 perfect for a sunday morning, since i only have the time for a big breakfast at sunday hihi.
    lots of love <3

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  9. O matko, będę o tym śnić po nocach, wspaniałosci! Dodaję do obserwowanych, nie pozwolę sobie na przegapienie kolejnych pyszności:D

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  10. This is the best way to start your day!

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  11. bez śniadania nigdy nie wyjdę z domu a to wygląda przepysznie! Zrobię na pewno - tylko pewnie nie będę mogła się powstrzymać przed dodaniem szynki:)

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