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According to google, the word ‘omelette’ originated in France. Although the dish dates way back to olden times, the word was first used when Cuisine Bourgeoisie was first published in the 1700s. Before the French, the Romans, and before the Romans, Ancient Persia had their own versions of the dish.
BENEFITS OF OMELETTE
Omelets are high in protein – This is one of the most important health benefits of eating omelets. The truth is that most of us do not consume enough protein in our diets, particularly when we consume carbohydrate-rich, grain-based meals. However, you can change that by simply adding more eggs to your diet.
Omelets keep you full – If you eat an omelet for breakfast, you will feel fuller for a longer period of time. Carbohydrate-rich foods only keep you full for about an hour, leaving you hungry and craving more. And what happens when you’re starving? You consume more food. In addition, if you’re hungry in between meals, you’re more likely to snack on unhealthy foods. However, you can break these bad habits by simply adding more protein-rich meals to your diet. You’ll not only feel fuller for longer, but also more energized.
Omelets contain more nutrients – Omelets are frequently loaded with vitamin and mineral-rich vegetables. As a result, these breakfast meals are much healthier for you in the short and long run.
Omelets can help you lose weight – If you’re looking for a healthier way to lose weight, eggs and omelets are a great option. These meals are high in protein, which helps to control cravings and keeps you from overeating and indulging in unhealthy snacks.
Omelets are good for your brain health – Eggs are naturally high in choline, a compound that is essential for nerve and brain health. So, adding more eggs (and omelets) to your breakfast routine will benefit you in the long run.
Omelets are high in vitamins – eat an omelet to get your vitamins for the day! Eggs are a good source of vitamin A, as well as vitamins B, C, D, E, and K.
Prep time: 10 mins.
Cook time: 10 mins.
Total time: 20 mins.
- 2 eggs
- 1 Tomato
- 3 cloves of garlic
- 1 onion (not included in the video)
- Salt & pepper to taste
- Optional: Salsa
- beat 2 eggs and add salt, pepper & some basil leaves
- chop the garlic, tomato & onion
- put oil on the pan
- sauté garlic, tomato & onion
- add the beaten eggs
- add some cheese for extra flavor
- then flip it and wait for it to finish cooking
Optional: just heat the salsa on the pan then add it to your plate!
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