Monday, 22 February 2016

Updated Omelette Recipe :)

Omelettes are one of my favourite breakfasts if I need something that can really stuff my belly! I usually have them on a Sunday morning before work and it really keeps me full till after lunch.

I've managed to come up with a recipe now that i really love and is super quick to do too. It involves a little bit of cheating too which makes it even quicker. I love chargrilled vegetables and I have found some from the supermarket which are pre-cooked and frozen to make things super easy.






My recipe is super simple and you can mix it up to suit whatever you have in your fridge. Maybe just make a mushroom and spinach? Just cheese? Whatever you like! This is how I make mine though...



Ingredients:

1 cup of frozen chargrilled vegetables
1/2 a sweet potato chopped into small cubes
2 eggs beaten with a pinch of salt
1/2 teaspoon harissa spice blend
1 tablespoon of cooking oil - I like garlic or chilli infused oil but you can use which you like best.
Handful of chopped fresh coriander
Fresh ground black Pepper
1 tortilla wrap

Method:

  • Pre-heat the grill to a medium to high heat
  • Fry the sweet potato for a few minutes until they start to soften
  • Add the chargrilled vegetables and fry the vegetables until the are nice and caramelised.
  • Add the harissa blend and stir through
  • Take the vegetables out of the pan and set aside, add the beaten eggs to the pan and allow the bottom to set for a minute or so
  • Sprinkle the vegetables on top of the eggs and then put under the hot grill for a few minutes until starting to brown on top
  • Whilst the omelette is under the grill, put the tortilla at the bottom of the grill to warm through slightly.
  • When the omelette is cooked, remove from the grill and slide it onto the tortilla wrap.
  • Sprinkle over the coriander and the pepper - if you want to add any sauces now is the time. I like it with sweet chilli, but you may like good old HP Sauce too!
  • Roll up the wrap and then place on a plate under the grill again for a minute or so until its starting to brown and crisp on top.
  • Bring it out of the grill and slice in half - this is seriously hot so be careful not to burn your mouth. I like to think it's more or a knife and fork job as opposed to eating it as a wrap as it's just too hot!
  • ENJOY!


I love to have a nice green juice with mine, sometimes I don't have the wrap with it and sometimes I do. It's your call really, I hope you enjoy it though 

Thanks for reading

Emmaline x
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