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Farmer's omelet with spring onions and leek

  1. “An egg is part of it!” Goes the old saying. And this is absolutely correct. Eggs are very healthy because they contain a lot of vitamins B2, B12, E and D and antioxidants.

  1. In addition, an egg also contains a lot of iron, choline and folic acid. Folic acid is very important for and during pregnancy!

  1. Add spring onions and leeks to the omelet because of the extra vitamins A, C, B6 and especially antioxidants such as quercetin.

  1. Break the eggs and put them in a bowl. Wash the spring onions and cut them into rings. Wash the leek and remove the first 2 layers. Cut the leek into rings. Add a dash of olive oil to the pan and heat the pan for about one minute. Now put the egg mixture in the pan and wait for the bottom of the omelet to set. Now add the spring onions and leek rings, add some pepper for extra flavor. Cook the omelette.

  2. Break the eggs and put them in a bowl. Wash the spring onions and cut them into rings. Wash the leek and remove the first 2 layers. Cut the leek into rings. Add a dash of olive oil to the pan and heat the pan for about one minute. Now put the egg mixture in the pan and wait for the bottom of the omelet to set. Now add the spring onions and leek rings, add some pepper for extra flavor. Fry the omelette.



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