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Kalila’s Hangover Omelette

21 Oct

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I know there is a billion omelette recipes on the internet that are very similar to this one, but this is my favourite quick meal to make and I had to add it! I also believe that a good omelette is one of the best cures for a hangover! I know most people aren’t down to dice vegetables when they’re hungover, but I guarantee that after you eat this omelette you will feel 50 times better! I don’t usually pair this with french fries, but there were fries in the fridge and I thought I would indulge a little today. Normally I just eat this with a piece of toast and some sort of banana smoothy. Or just water, depending on how much fun I had the night before…

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Kalila’s Hangover Omelette:

Ingredients:

1/2 tsp canola oil

1 egg

3 Kalamata Olives

1/8 small cut out of a red pepper

1/8 small cut out of a green pepper

1/8 of a tomato diced

1/8 small yellow onion diced (can also use red onion)

75 g grated mozerella

black pepper

Himalayan Pink Salt

2 drops of Black Truffle Oil

Directions:

1. Heat a small cast iron skillet on medium heat with 1/2 tsp canola oil, spread evenly around the skillet.

2. Take all of the ingredients out of the fridge. Have a cutting board, a paring knife and a tomato knife (serrated knife) on hand.

2. Crack egg into a bowl and thoroughly beat. Sprinkle a little bit of pepper and a little bit of Himalayan pink salt. Check to see if the skillet is hot enough by hovering your hand about 3 inches above the pan, if you can feel the heat, the pan is ready, pour the egg into the pan.

3. Dice tomato, onion, peppers and olives. The toss a small amount of cheese onto one half of the egg. Add diced vegetables on top of the cheese and add the rest of the cheese on top of the vegetables.

4. When the egg looks less gooey and the bottom of the egg is a light brown, fold half of the omelette onto the side with the vegetables and cheese. Press down on the top of the omelette with a spatula and cook until cheese is completely melted. Vegetables will spill over the edge, don’t fret, this is still delicious!

5. Remove omelette from skillet and season with salt and pepper and a light drizzle of black truffle oil.

P.S If you like spicy stuff, add a bit of Frank’s Hot Sauce! I put that shit on everything. (Yeah I said it.)

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