Omelette with avocado and cheese


Omelette with avocado and cheese
Omelette is a French-style fried egg dish, made by beating whites and yolks together, frying with butter or cooking oil, then folding in half to hold the filling the inside. I chose avocado as it's avocado season (May to September every year) Avocado is a nutritious fruit (more than 14 vitamins, high protein content, no cholesterol). We both like to eat avocado, so in our house there are always some ripe avocadoes. Normally people eat avocado with milk but sometimes we should change a bit by adding avocado to different
  • cherry tomato
  • mushrooms
  • onion
  • sprouts
  • chicken egg
  • salt
  • black grapes
  • olive oil
  • fresh cheese
  • avocado
  1. Beat chicken eggs in a bowl, add salt, pepper, use whisk to mix up, set aside.
  2. Dice onion. Cut mushrooms in half. Slice or dice avocado. Finely chop cilantro.
  3. Turn on the stove to heat the pan; Add oil or butter, add onion and stir until onion is medium cooked. Continue to add mushrooms, add a pinch of salt, stir for about 5 minutes until the mushrooms are cooked, pour out on a plate.
  4. Add oil or butter to the pan, pour in the beaten egg and spread the eggs over the pan evenly, adjust the heat to medium. Eggs will gradually be done in about 2-3 minutes. No need to turn over. When the upper surface has just been done, put the eggs onto a plate.
  5. Pour the cooked onion and mushrooms into the center of the eggs, add sprouts, butter, cheese, fold the eggs, sprinkle with cheese, sprouts, cilantro, and pepper.
Recipe Notes
  • Use nonstick pan
  • Mushrooms can be replaced with other vegetables such as choysum, broccoli, asparagus ...
  • You can increase the color of the dish by adding red/ yellow bell peppers, tomatoes, sweet corns, etc.
  • When slicing onions, sprinkling a little water will keep the eyes from stinging.
  • When storing chicken eggs in the refrigerator, set the eggs up, with the small head of the eggs down, the larger head up to keep the eggs fresh longer.
  • How to choose a good avocado: the skin is green, glowy but still a little grainy and spotted with yellow-brown spots, when we squeeze slightly, we feel soft but firm.

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