Nora’s Cooking Corner Part 1 / Beef and Vegetable Omelette

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Beef and Vegetable Omelette
4 portions

100g (3,3 ounces) smoked beef slices
1 red pepper
1/2 yellow pepper
1/2 green pepper
1 punch of parsley

5 egg whites
5 eggs
5 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon pepper mix

– Heat oven to 220 Celsius (430 Fahrenheit)
– cut peppers, beef and parley into small pieces and put them in a cooking pan
– mix eggs, egg whites, milk and pepper mix
– pour the egg mix on the other ingredients
– cook about 25 minutes or as long as the omelette smells and looks ready
– enjoy! 🙂

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4 comments

  1. Omelettes don’t take 25 min to cook and you don’t bake them. Don’t use peppers they take too long to cook. Use vegetable’s that fry up quick in a fry pan for example Green Onions with a bit of salt and pepper and milk whisked with the eggs. Also one trick too keep your Omelettes fluffy is to use a a small amount of olive oil in your fry pan and cook you eggs with on a lower heat and wait a bit until they firm up a but before you turn them then add some processed cheese slices. If your eggs are cooked at a higher heat the eggs will taste like rubber. Don’t make the simple dishes complicated. Your photography skill are Excellent .

  2. Looks yummy! Great recipe.

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