Eggs-cellent News THE PERFECT OMELET Because making omelets is a quick process, make sure you have all your ingredients and equipment ready. This recipe makes one omelet. You can make these â€œto orderâ€? for each person by adding fillings of choice.
Some nights you just want something to eat that is light, filling and easy to make. The star of the breakfast table can also dazzle at dinner and shine at lunch. An easy evening meal starring an omelet, quiche, quesadilla or eggs Benedict is an unexpected ~ and delicious ~ delight! Once considered a nutritional no-no, eggs were thought to raise blood cholesterol levels and increase the risk of heart disease. Recent clinical studies scramble that old thinking. A Harvard study with more than 100,000 subjects found no significant difference in cardiovascular disease risk between those consuming less than one egg per week and those consuming one egg per day. An egg is 70 calories packed with 6 grams of high-quality protein, 13 essential vitamins and minerals, and even antioxidants. When you eat eggs for breakfast, you will feel more full for a longer period of time.
2 large eggs 1 T. milk Sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste 1 T. butter Fillings of your choice*
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January 2013 Tidewater Times