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Eggs are a cheap source of what is known as a complete protein as they contains all 9 essential amino acids. They also contain many more important nutrients. Omelettes are easily made and easily digested - great dish to make on your Siansplan green cooking day. Add grated cheese before you fold the omelette in half. Add leftover ingredients like cooked chicken, ham, mushrooms, onions peppers etc before the omelette is cooked.

Instructions

    1. Make each omelette by whisking lightly 2 eggs, seasoning and half a tblsp of milk
    2. Heat the pan, melt a quarter of the butter and pour in a quarter of the egg mix.
    3. Stir gently in pan until egg is nearly cooked, add a quarter of the cheese, leave to melt for a few minutes
    4. Finish cooking under grill or in pre-heated oven for 3 minutes.
    5. Fold omelette in half and slide onto a warm plate. Serve with a green salad
    6. Repeat 3 times.

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    Ingredients

    • 8 Egg
    • 60 mls Milk ( optional)
    • 1 Pinch Seasoning
    • 25 g butter
    • 100 g Cheese (grated)
    Nutritional Information
    Portions 4
    per serving RDA (man) RDA (woman)
    Calories 278kcal 11.1% 13.9%
    Protein 17.8g 32.4% 39.6%
    Total Fats 22.25g 23.4% 31.8%
    Saturated Fats 11.2g 37.3% 56%
    Sugars 0.8g 2.1% 3.2%
    Carbohydrates 1.75g 0.6% 0.6%
    Sodium 0.35g 12.6% 17.7%

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