Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano
Here is a super healthy and wholesome Omelette that you can make for a Sunday breakfast. The Omelette is packed with flavours from the spinach and is cooked in Nutralite Garlic & Oregano Spread which not just adds to the taste but good health too. Try it and I am sure you will love this 10 minute Omelette Recipe.In association with Nutralite
The Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano is a quick, simple and super healthy recipe that can be had for breakfast. Eggs are a great source of a complete high quality protein with few calories. Egg whites are a low calorie food that contain the bulk of the egg’s protein and most importantly has not fat as compared to consuming it along with the egg yolks.
Children of course can use the fat from the egg yolks, but if you are looking at building more protein in your diet and burning the excess fat, then egg whites are the way to go.
I have used Nutralite Garlic & Oregano Spread to this omelette, which not just adds to the taste but good health too. The best part, the spread has 0% Cholesterol, enriched with Omega 3, and contains 0 trans fat and is enriched with vitamins A, D & E as well. You can use this as a spread over your toasted bread or even in your regular cooking like toasting Pav buns, making parathas or even making a sabzi or a stir fried vegetable.
Serve Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano along with a whole wheat toasted bread smeared with Nutralite Classic and a glass of Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice Recipe for breakfast or as an after school snack.
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Note: You can also use coriander leaves for this recipe if spinach is not available.
- 4 Whole Eggs , egg whites separated
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 50 grams Spinach , washed and finely chopped
- 2 Green Chillies , finely chopped
- Salt and Pepper , to taste
- 1 teaspoon Nutralite Garlic & Oregano Spread
How to make Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano
To begin making the Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano, get all the ingredients ready before you begin making the omelette.
Since we are using whites from 4 eggs, this can at most serve 2 people of you plan to split the omelette into half or just about one large omelette for one person.
If you are making this for more people, then you would need to make it in batches of similar quantity as mentioned in the above ingredient list.
Take a large bowl, add all the ingredients together and whisk well with a fork until combined. The egg whites would have blended well and turned little fluffy.
Preheat an 8 inch Omelette Skillet, spoon the Nutralite Garlic & Oregano Spread in the skillet.
Once the skillet is heated, pour the whisked egg white omelette mixture onto the skillet. Turn the heat to medium low, else the omelette will brown faster at the bottom than it can get cooked on the top.
Once you notice the top of the Omelette begins to get cooked (you will know when the wetness has turned to dry), using a flat spatula, flip the omelette and cook the opposite side as well.
Allow it to cook for a about a minute and once cooked well on both sides as per your preference, slide the omelette to the serving platter.
Serve Egg White Spinach Omelette Recipe With Garlic & Oregano with with slices of buttered whole wheat bread, a glass of Carrot Pineapple Orange Juice Recipe or Cantaloupe (Melon) Juice Recipe for breakfast or for an after school snack.
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