Recipe: Vegetable Omelette

A vegetable omelette is a great way to add vegetables to your breakfast or lunch. You can also eat this as dinner of course. The omelette is really tasty and it will only take about 5-10 minutes to make it. We often eat an omelette on bread, but you can also eat it without the bread. In this article, we will share an easy recipe to make a vegetable omelette.

⏲ 5-10 minutes
🍽 2-3 portions

Ingredients
3 eggs
225 grams of vegetables (we used paprika, leek, and mushrooms)
Cheese, salt, and pepper according to taste
Oil to bake in

How to make it?
Cut the vegetables, heat the pan, put some oil in the pan and start baking the vegetables at a high temperature. Put the eggs and some pepper and salt in a bowl and start whisking the eggs. When the vegetables turn brown, put down the heat and then you can add the eggs. Bake for a few minutes, turn the omelette and then you can add cheese (skip this step if you don’t want cheese on your omelette). Bake for a few more minutes and enjoy!

Tips:
– The omelette is tasty on bread, you can also add some spring onions on top.
– Adding milk, oat milk, cream or the like to the mix is a nice way to make the omelette a little bit smoother.
– You can make the turning of the omelette easier by cutting it in half first.

Small disclaimer:
Yes, this is NOT a French Omelette, this is more or less a Dutch Omelette, also known as a Farmer’s Omelette where we live. Doesn’t mean it’s less tasty, just that it’s a whole lot easier to make than a true French Omelette.

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