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Omelet with tomatoes, ham and cheese
Omelet with tomatoes, ham and cheese
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A classical omelet is made with only eggs. This omelet is different both by containing tomatoes, ham, onion and cheese, and for its different shape. This is a way to enhance the flavor of the actual omelet itself and not by serving the ingredients on the side. It is a good idea to serve this omelet as lunch or for a lighter dinner together with a salad on the side.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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2 Eggs
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0,25 teaspoon Salt
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0,25 teaspoon Black pepper
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20 gr Ham
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20 gr Cheese
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20 gr Onion
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1 Tomato
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2 teaspoons Olive oil
Instructions:
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Whip the eggs, salt and pepper in a bowl with a fork.
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Cut the ham, cheese, and tomato in small pieces.
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Cut the onion in thin slices.
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Heat up a frying pan with the olive oil.
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Pour the eggs in the frying pan, make sure it covers the bottom of the pan.
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Add the ingredients in the middle of the eggs.
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Fry the omelet so it is almost done on the bottom part. Fold the four edges in toward the middle of the omelet and press them gently down.
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Flip the omelet upside down and fry for one minute.
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Take the omelet up from the frying pan and place it on a plate with the folded edges upwards so you can see them. Serve it warm directly.
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