Just a Simple yet Fancy Looking Spinach Omelette

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So, I’m back in the States! Taiwan was a fun travel and food experience, and I actually have a lot more things to blog about, but for now, a little break from all that Taiwanese food…  Here’s my “fancy” Spinach Omelette Recipe!

Spinach Omelette
Spinach Omelette
Spinach Omelette
Spinach Omelette

Prep Time:5 minutes

Cook Time:10 minutes

Ingredients:
  • 2 Eggs
  • Spinach
  • Tomatoes
  • Ham
  • Onions

Instructions

1. Crack the eggs in to a bowl, and then mix it all up.

Eggs
Eggs

2.  Chop up some spinach and throw part of it in the egg mix, and whip it all up:

Spinach and eggs
Spinach and eggs

3.  Chop up some tomatoes, onions, and ham!

Chopped up spinach, tomatoes, onions, and ham
Chopped up spinach, tomatoes, onions, and ham

4.  Fire up a pan with some olive oil, and then throw those ingredients you just chopped up right in the pan:

Cooking up the ingredients
Cooking up the ingredients

5.  Put it aside after it looks like the spinach is cooked through.  If you like the ingredients super well done, go ahead and cook it longer.

6.  Hope you didn’t turn off that stove, cause go ahead and add some oil in there and then dump the mixed eggs + spinach mix in there on LOW fire and also, put a cover on the pan!

Cooking up that omelet
Cooking up that omelet

7.  When the bottom looks well done enough and the top is almost all the way done, flip it over:

Flip it over!
Flip it over!

8. Those ingredients you cooked up in the beginning? Put it on half the omelet!

Almost an omelet
Almost an omelet

9.  Now, if you don’t eat a paleo-diet, go ahead and add some cheese in there!  And THEN, make it look like an omelet:

Omelet time!
Omelet time!

VOILA!  Obviously, I added some broccoli to the mix cause I like my greens.

Spinach Omelette

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    By: Tina T

    Tina is a foodie that loves eating delicious and healthy. Having grown up in an Asian household in Atlanta, she loves creating and eating both Asian and American cuisine. Tina is the main blogger and owner of Oh Snap! Let’s Eat!. Read more…

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11 comments

  1. You can’t eat cheese on a paleo diet!!! :O I am never going on a paleo diet! Are you on this super strict??? I don’t cook anything without cheese in – you’ll starve at the meet hahahahaha :p

    1. Haha, Morgs, your freak out is amazing. But I don’t think of paleo as a strict diet – more like realizing things that are healthier vs things that aren’t. I still eat cheese here and there, but actually I have never been the biggest fan of cheese to begin with… and that’s why I love the Paleo lifestyle! Because it’s already eat the things I like (meat) and don’t eat the things you don’t really care for (bread). Obviously if you are cooking me food… I will eat it! :)

      1. I’m a shit cook, I’ll get mum to make us Cawl, did you have that last time? It’s basically a stew that would sit well with a Paleo diet, except for the chunk of bread and lump of cheese that normally goes with it! What about pasta then? If it’s home made then surely not too unhealthy, but I’m guessing wouldn’t be paleo? Paleo makes me think of dinosaurs not food hahaha :D

        1. Haha, I love dinosaurs. I wonder what they taste like? Haha, no but really – yes I had Cawl! I loved it! It was very yummy and reminds me of this Chinese soup my mom makes with oxtail. I will eat anything you make don’t worry. It’s really not that ridiculous, how I follow the Paleo lifestyle, like I don’t really bother anyone with it… Not too much different than the way I used to eat… and I got to lose 10 lbs with it, so I definitely <3 it!

    1. I think the trick is after you put the mixture in to the pan: Make sure the heat is on LOW, and COVER! This way it’ll heat pretty evenly for a few mins, and not over cook just the bottom part. Then you can uncover, and flip it over safely :)

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