The Omelette. Your Number One Breakfast Dish
Breakfast is known as the most important meal of the day, and when looking for an all-around notoriously perfect meal, look no further than an Omelette. They call it breakfast, because when you have your first meal after waking up you’re breaking the fast that comes from sleeping. The average person gets around 8 hours of sleep a night, so after 8 hours expect your body to be looking for nutrients. This means that your breakfast meal has to be nutritionally dense, so that you can feed the hunger of such a long time without food, as well as not weight you down so you can continue to conquer your day. When it comes to nutritionally dense foods the omelette holds the champion belt in its division.
The egg came main reason Omelettes are so healthy is because of the main ingredient, eggs! Eggs are very high in protein. One egg contains around 6g of protein. Eggs contain high amounts of many important vitamins and minerals that can be essential to human health like: Vitamin D & B12 (general health), Choline (studies say up to 90% of Americans are deficient, important for brain health), Selenium (immune system and thyroid), and Lutein/Zeaxanthin (eye health). Clearly eggs should be a staple of everyone’s diet, so isn’t it just perfect how your regular Omelette involves anywhere from 2-8 eggs? You bet. That’s enough protein to keep you full well past lunch, and it’s not can fill them up with nutrition.
The best part about Omelettes is how many healthy, unique and delicious variations there are to when it comes to making them. Omelettes can be filled with such ingredients as cooked vegetables, meats, fruit, cheese, and condiments like salsa or guacamole. This makes it easy to add extra flavor and substance when making your own Omelette. Eggs go with almost everything and you’ll be amazed at how many foods can be used to fill an Omelette. If you want some more vitamins in your diet put lots of veggies in the Omelette, for protein add extra meat, and for carbs toss in some fruit. It can be that easy to make sure you’re getting exactly what your body needs in one quick and delicious meal.
Here is My Morning Omelette Recommendation.While it’s nice to know how healthy Omelettes are, I’m sure you’re wondering how long it will take to make an omelette before work/school? I know from firsthand experience that it’s possible to cook and eat an omelette in under ten minutes. Cooking a professional looking omelette with a nice neat fold and with the filling just peeking out the edges can take longer, but when you’re rushing in the morning all that’s needed is a quick fry and flip of some eggs (the eggs don’t even need to be pre mixed in the bowl they literally crack and cook right from the pan) and the selection and preparation of a few vegetables. You can then add some low sodium salsa to give it a nice spicy taste and the omelette’s ready! Then the cleanup only takes 30 seconds, all you need to do is simply wash the pan you just used. Omelettes fit into any ‘s easy to see why Omelettes are the perfect meal for breakfast. Omelettes are like very healthy and super easy to make. Do yourself a favor and start making more Omelettes.