Broccoli & Cheese Omelette
For the days you feel like you have had too many carbohydrates such as bread, cereal, oatmeal, etc. this is one of the breakfasts I will resort to. It is still filling even without toast on the side. This meal has been in my mind ever since Neopets when you could go to the Giant Omelette and get one for free. I would always end up receiving the broccoli and cheese. Ever since then, I was determined to make my own. Now, I can’t get enough.
First you will need: 2 eggs, broccoli, cheese, and avocado.
Place the small floret pieces into a microwaveable bowl and fill it with water until they are all submerged. We want to slightly cook them until they are softened.
Microwave on high for approximately 2 minutes.
If you are very health-conscious you can grate a minimal amount or skip the whole cheese portion all together. Though, I think it really tops off the recipe.
Your broccoli should be finished, you can now drain the water that was leftover.
The secret is to add the cheese you just grated to the still warm broccoli so that it melts slightly.
Preheat the pan so that when you pour the egg mixture you can retain a shape instead of the liquid spreading all different directions.
Add as much avocado as you wish.
Finally, you can crack two eggs into the bowl.
Stir and fluff the mixture with a fork. (If you want creamier eggs, you can add milk.)
I grease my pan with coconut oil. Some people are hesitant to use coconut oil for savory foods but you can’t actually taste it.
Spread the oil across the entire pan to prevent any sticking.
Pour the omelette mixture onto the preheated skillet.
Try to keep it round or contained so it’s easier to flip. If you want some extra flavour, feel free to add some salt and pepper to taste.
Once you notice the egg starting to cook and solidify all around, you can give it a flip.
This stage can make or break your omelette, be gentle! But no pressure… there’s nothing wrong with broccoli and cheese scrambled eggs.
The time on the pan varies on how you like your eggs. I don’t like my omelettes to be runny so I usually flip it once and then fold it in half to cook longer. Once I don’t spot any liquid I take it off.
I added some orange slices and blueberries to complete my healthy breakfast. Yummm!
I really love experimenting with foods that are easy to cook but interchangeable such as omelettes, oatmeal, or smoothies. Leave a comment letting me know if you liked this kind of recipe/tutorial blog and I will try to do more. Don’t forget to tag me on Instagram if you make your own @ashrobertsondesign so I can go and like your photos!