Sunday, January 30, 2011

Mushroom and Ham Omelet


Recently I have been a tad nauseous all for a good reason (expecting baby number 2), but slowly feeling better :-), so I have had a few easy meals and not cooking quite as much. Heres a wonderfully simple and tasty meal. A simple mushroom and ham omelet with salad. 




Ingredients:


  • 3 eggs
  • a little milk
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • a little butter
  • about 10 mushrooms sliced
  • 3 slices of ham diced
  • a handful of mixed greens
  • a few sliced cherry tomatoes
  • oil and vinegar to drizzle over the salad
  • a little feta cheese for the salad
Method:

  1. saute the mushrooms with butter until soft 
  2. meanwhile mix eggs with milk salt and pepper, then add to the hot pan with the mushrooms
  3. turn pan to move eggs to edge to cook then leave on medium heat for a few minutes until cooked add chopped ham and fold over
  4. serve with a salad and bread and enjoy :-)
I always have fond memories of this omelet as my Dad makes great mushroom omelets :-)

What is your favorite omelet?



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40 comments:

  1. That looks so good, Rebecca. I love simple dishes like this and it looks so healthy too.

    Now, onto that nausea...Hmmm...

    I sure do hope you are feeling well now. Take care!

    Best wishes always,
    Natasha.

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  2. Hmm...wonder why...? Guess the little one is reminding you it's gotta eat! Looks yum.

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  3. oh are you pregnant again? congratulations! i'm a new reader so i'm still trying to get caught up. this is such a healthy, simple breakfast. hope your nausea doesn't stay for too long. i love vegetarian omelets with LOTS of cheese :-P

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  4. Simply love that combination Rebecca.

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  5. Funny, I made an omelet yesterday. I made a spinach omelet and then I diced avocado on it after I took it out of the pan, added a little hot sauce and I was so satisfied. I hope you feel better soon. In the mean time, if you can do eggs, you're ok.

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  6. I love the idea of eating simply. Now about the nausea....hope you'll be sharing some good news with us soon.
    Sam

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  7. Hope the nausea subsides soon! Omelets are delicious and I really, really need to make them more often!

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  8. I hope you feel better soon. it will pass and then you will enjoy that belly growing.

    HAve a great week!

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  9. Funny you should post and ask about favorite omelet. I am planning for omelets for dinner this week and it is my favorite which is a black bean chili omelet. I think that is the only time I go a little overboard on protein.

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  10. Hope you're feeling better! I love omelets, great way to add lots of fun ingredients to some simple eggs :) I also love eating eggs for dinner sometimes! Why not?

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  11. This is a MUST try for sure. Love the ingredients!

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  12. acabo de hacerme seguidora de tu blog y esta receta em parece expectacular, un beso desde Ponferrada

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  13. YEAH!!! Congrats, Rebbecca. We are wishing that you have an easy pregnancy and birth. With the nausea, I hope the little one has lots of hair. -Tien

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  14. Yum, delicious looking omelet, with great flavor!

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  15. Love me a big breakfast! Makes me eat less during the day too...

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  16. love it! nothing beats a good omelet!

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  17. Natasha thanks I am feeling better hugs to you
    Belinda he he
    Lequan thanks yep number two
    Shirley thanks
    linsey thanks
    Lauren so true wow your omelet rocks
    Sam I did but i will email you
    the food hound oh love em
    Mely he he will share a pic of belly as it grows he he
    Melinda wow yours sounds great
    sushma thanks
    victoria yep why not :-0
    Erica oh enjoy
    recetaverocava thanks and thanks for visiting
    Tien he he thanks hubby is Indian so hair is ok
    Emily thanks
    Teresa thanks
    Kris :-)

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  18. I'm sure the nausea will pass soon, Rebecca, and you'll feel like eating and cooking again.

    The omelette sounds like a wonderful and healthy meal for the expectant mother-to-be :)

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  19. Ahh!!! Thats wonderful news! Congrats Rebecca!

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  20. Congratulations. You are such a lovely mother, at least I gather from your videos and comments. Best wishes during this pregnancy.

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  21. Susan oh thanks your so kind
    honeybeeeatsjackfruit thanks so much
    swathi thanks
    Lori oh your so sweet try to be he he

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  22. Uh Huh...I thought you were pregnant when you said you were nauseas! Congratulations! I am so happy for you and for your sweet family.

    Do take care and look after yourself!

    Natasha.
    xo

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  23. Such a simple omelet. Delicious.

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  24. Oooh! This looks sooo good. I love eggs no matter how they're cooked - except hard boiled. This looks delicious I'd happily have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Though I might replace the ham because I don't eat it :)

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  25. Hi Rebecca.
    Congratulations, great news. I wish you all the best and take care ♥

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  26. Eggs are perfect for when you don't know what to make...they are always delicious. Great omelet.

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  27. Hi Rebecca-First off, I would like to congratulate you on Baby #2. Do take care of yourself, and take things slow! So, happy for your new family addition!
    Your simple ham omelet looks so inviting and absolutely delicious.
    I too make a nice omelet on the evenings when I just don't feel like cooking, or eating leftovers.
    BTW-I have an award waiting for you. Just stop my my blog, and find your name on the list. No rules applied...just was thinking about you, and wanted to share my award with you.
    Hugs!

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  28. Omelets are so versatile, they really are fantastic easy meals...
    Congratulations again on baby #2 :)

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  29. Congratulations; wonderful news! An omelet makes everything better and yours looks just great.

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  30. Alisa thanks so so much
    Trix aw thanks
    Rita thanks hugs

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  31. Oh, wow! Congrats on your pregnancy. How exciting! Being nauseated isn't fun but this omelet definitely looks delish. I love that combo! Looking forward to updates on your new addition. :-)

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  32. Aww, congrats! How exciting! How far along are you? You might have said somewhere else in the blog.
    I have to tell you so you don't think I copied you- I ate something that looked just like this and took a picture for the blog- egg scramble with mushrooms, spinach, feta, topped with arugula and wheat crostini on the side. Too funny. Hope that nausea passes soon!

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  33. thanks so much Melanie only a few weeks Rebecca

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  34. i had been around pregnant sis and friends, heard them complaining about morning sickness, take care Rebecca :) and omelet are just so easy but best for breakfast or brunch!

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