Healthy Omlette 

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This is a simple omlette that is packed full of flavour! All eggs contain the same basic good stuff, and the large ones pack only 72 calories each, so you really can't go wrong. But depending on your eating habits, special eggs may be worth the extra cash. Labels to look for are Organic eggs as these were laid by chickens that aren't fed nasty slaughterhouse byproducts, antibiotics, or certain additives. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between free run and free range - check out the OK In Health article on that topic in our August Article section.


2 eggs

7 to 8 sprigs of coriander leaves

1 tablespoon of finely chopped onion

a pinch of turmeric powder

half teaspoon of ginger- garlic paste

salt to taste

Olive oil for frying

- Mix all the above ingredients except eggs and oil

-Add 2 tablespoon of water and mix well

-Then add eggs and mix well again

-Heat oil in pan and add the egg mixture to make an omelet

Servings: 1

Nutrient Information:
Tumeric is known for it's antioxidant properties, while garlic and ginger are anti microbials. Eggs are a perfect protein that will help sustain your body until your next meal.

Special Diet: Gluten Free, Low Sodium, Low Fat, High Protein, Low Calorie, Diabetic - Low Carb

Category: Breakfast

Submitted By: Patrisha

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