Feb 03

Omelette With Mushrooms, Onion And Peppers

omelette with mushrooms, onions and peppers
I was inspired for this recipe from a book for healthy eating “Ultra prevention” by Drs. Mark Hyman and Mark Liponis. The authors pay special attention to the beneficial properties of eggs and they put the stress on the fact that despite egg`s high cholesterol content they could not be “guilty” for the increased levels of bad cholesterol in our bodies.

This recipe includes vitamins from the vegetables and precious micro-elements from the mushrooms. It is an example for the perfect healthy breakfast – better than the semi-manufacture oat meal porridge, the fake wholegrain bread and the synthetic margarine.

Ingredients for 2 omelettes:


Omelette with pepers, mushrooms and onions

5 eggs

1 red onion

6-7 middle-sized mushrooms

2-3 red peppers /better baked and peeled/

Salt, freshly ground black pepper

You might also add:

Parsley and/or celery

Some chopped white cheese

Finely cut ham

Preparation instructions:

Fry the sliced mushrooms and peppers together with the spices. Wait until they boil off. Then you could add parsley /celery/. Put them aside.

Beat the eggs well with some salt. Cut the onion in circles and put it in the hot frying pan. When the onion changes its colour a little bit pour in half of the eggs. In a while you might turn the omelette, but it is not obligatory. When everything is ready put half of the fried mushrooms and peppers and add some curd or cheese /at will/. Fold it and repeat the same procedure with the left ingredients for the second omelette. Serve it warm. Enjoy!

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1 comment

  1. Lissa Faver

    The onion plant has a fan of hollow, bluish-green leaves and the bulb at the base of the plant begins to swell when a certain day-length is reached. In the autumn the foliage dies down and the outer layers of the bulb become dry and brittle. The crop is harvested and dried and the onions are ready for use or storage. The crop is prone to attack by a number of pests and diseases, particularly the onion fly, the onion eelworm and various fungi that cause rotting. Some varieties of A. cepa such as shallots and potato onions produce multiple bulbs.

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