World’s best vegetarian omelette recipe, for a healthy and happy start of your day. It is too easy to make, and the secret to an absolutely great omelette is using fresh ingredients. You’d be surprised how this omelette tastes like a restaurant one. Yes, you are a good cook!
I might be able to skip lunch or dinner, but l can’t possibly start my day without breakfast. I’m like an engine that does not work without fuel. An omelette is filling and gives you the energy you need to get going.
This recipe makes one big portion, in case you are really hungry, or share it with one more person, and it’s still a filling and delicious breakfast.
Omelettes are so easy to make and only require a few unexpensive ingredients, but, of course, you can adapt this recipe to your own taste and use other ingredients too like bacon, for a more filling and meaty version, mushrooms, tomatoes or just plain omelette if you like.
Also, some people like egg white omelettes only, in which case you separate the yolk from the white and follow the same simple steps. My husband is a big fan of egg white omelettes, he never has the yolk, but I usually go for the whole thing. I don’t buy it that eggs are bad for cholesterol.
Anyway, one good tip here is that whatever you add to your omelette, it has to be added only after the omelette is cooked on one side, otherwise you will not be able to flip the omelette on the other side easily.
Do take extra care when you transfer the omelette from the pan to the plate, you do not want the omelette on the floor. A spatulla is the best at flipping omelettes, so if you have one, that really comes in handy.
Why world’s best vegetarian omelette though? Well, the answer is quite simple. There is nothing like a good homemade breakfast, isn’t it? Especially when you feel like eating better, healthier food.
And the best because it’s cooked to perfection, just the way it should be. Make sure that the heat is on the low to medium, so it can cook throughly.
I probably mentioned it before, by my parents live in the countryside. Oh, heavens above, that is the real life! Everything is fresh and healthy, chickens running everywhere eating grass to their hearts’ content. And, as we know, happy hens lay happy eggs, right?
I must say that whenever I buy eggs from the supermarket, I always go for the free range ones. I want to think they are a tad healthier than the eggs coming from caged chickens. Although, I would not be surprised if they are as unhealthy.
God knows what these birds are fed, as long as the producers’ pockets are full at the expense of the poor consumer. But hey ho. Looking for some more breakfast ideas? What about some Fluffy Scrambled Eggs with parmesan? They are some seriously nice eggs.
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- 3 large eggs
- 1/2 red pepper
- 1/4 cup Cheddar cheese
- a few leaves of fresh baby spinach
- 4 cherry tomatoes
- salt and pepper
- 1/4 tsp vegetable oil or butter
Cut the cherry tomatoes, red pepper and spinach leaves.
Heat up the oil in a frying pan.
Beat the eggs with a fork and season with salt and pepper.
Add the mixture to the pan and spread it out evenly. When it starts to firm up, but still has a bit of raw on top, add cubed cheese and also the cherry tomatoes, spinach, cheese and red pepper.
Using a spatula, ease the edges and quickly turn it over onto the other side.
The other side will cook a lot quicker, it only needs about 1-2 minutes.
When it is done, place a large plate on top of the pan and flip the omelette as fast as you can.