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Ham and Tomato Omelette Recipe

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  • 2 eggs
  • 100ml Neutral Fortisip
  • 30g chopped ham
  • 20g fresh chopped tomato
  • 5ml oil

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Method / Preparation

1. Beat eggs in a bowl with the Fortisip.

2. Put the oil into a small frying pan and heat up until hot.

3. Pour in the mixture, tilt the pan quickly in all directions so that the uncooked egg flows around the edges. Leave to cook on a moderate heat until the mixture is lightly set.

4. Add the chopped ham and tomato.

5. Place under a hot grill to cook the top.

6. Fold the omelette in half and serve.

Nutritional Content

Carbohydrate:     10.3g


Chef’s Tip

For other flavour omelettes add:
• 30g cheese (an extra 60kcal and 4g protein)
• 50g cooked chopped mushroom (an extra 4kcal)
• 30g smoked bacon (an extra 35kcal and 4.5g protein)

Serves 2.

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