Omelette is a simple and quick breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eggs can be served at any time of the day and it is always satisfying.
Take your basic recipe to the next level by adding vegetables to it. You can be as much creative as you wish. All vegetables go well with eggs.
if you’re one of those people who like combinations, here is below a nice way to eat omelette.
Recipe for 4 people:
Crack 10 eggs into a mixing bowl, add salt and pepper and beat well with a fork.
Chop one large onion, fresh mint and a bunch of parsley, then grate 4 large zucchini and add to the eggs.
To have a consistent batter add 8 tbsp of flour and mix well.
Grease your dish with a bit of olive oil, pour the mix and bake in the oven until the omelette firms up.
What a fluffy and filling meal on the days when you don’t wish to eat meat!
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So easy and quick mustard chicken for the many of you who don’t have the luxury of time. No fail recipe for the non adventurers. You can serve it for lunch as for dinner, it is on your table in less than half an hour.
All you need is a large boneless skinless chicken breast. Cook in a grill pan on high heat until golden brown (for 14 minutes, 7 mns each side), with a little salt and butter.
- 90 ml (6 tbsp) cooking cream
- 30 ml (2 tbsp) moutarde a l’ancienne (whole grain mustard)
- 15 ml (1 tbsp) Dijon mustard
Stir on a very low flame for almost 5 mns and pour it on your golden delicious chicken.
Fresh asparagus is a wonderful addition to your healthy meal. Just soak it in a boiled water for 5 minutes, to keep its crunchiness.
Try it and give me your opinion!
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Cooking becomes different when you have a baby. He becomes the priority and your life is all about him. It’s friday (the weekend in Doha) the day we eat lunch as a family. I woke up thinking what to cook something healthy, fast and my boys like it. Plus it’s the lent and we don’t eat meat on fridays. So i decided to make roast fish with vegetables, lemon and walnut.
- A whole fish, i chose hamour about 1kg
- 3 medium potatoes
- 4 carrots
- 3 big garlic cloves
- walnuts (as much as you like)
- 200g coriander
- olive oil
- 2 lemons
Chop the walnuts, garlic and coriander for the stuffing.
Make diagonal cuts on both sides to put inside from the stuffing to give it a richer aroma.
Stuff the fish and insert lemon slices.
Cut the carrots and potatoes and put them on the sides.
sprinkle the salt and olive oil and it’s ready to be baked for 25 mns.
Try it and give me your opinion 🙂
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