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Omelette with sundried tomatoes and chicken
( 2 adults and 2 kids )
- 100 gramssundried tomatoes in oil
- 12 egg
- 200 mlmilk
- 1 onion
- 300 gramsdiced chicken
- 0.5 tbspdried oregano
- 300 gramscarrots*
- 10 radish
- lettuce of your choice
- 8 slicerye bread
- olive oil
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About the recipe
Omelettes are super simple and easy to whip up on busy days. Here's a version with sundried tomatoes, chicken, radish and carrot, which we're serving with toasted rye bread and ketchup. Enjoy!
1. Cut the sundried tomatoes into small pieces. Whisk with eggs, milk, salt and pepper in a bowl and set aside. Dice the onion, and sweat it in olive oil in a pot. Add chicken and oregano. Cook for 5-10 minutes, then set aside.
2. Peel the carrots, then grate on the rough side of a grater. Rinse and slice the radishes. Rinse the lettuce and set the lot aside.
3. Now we're frying up the omelettes - call the family to the table! You can either cook them one at a time, or use two pans at once, if you're fearless in the kitchen! Remember that the next step has to be repeated for each omelette, so remember to dose out the egg and filling so you have enough for everyone.
4. Pour a bit of egg onto a pan with some olive oil, to make an omelette slightly thicker than a crepe. Cook the omelette over medium heat, until it sets slightly and stops being runny. You can try to carefully lift it around the edge, to keep it from burning. Just before it's fully cooked, place some filling on one half of the omelette, fold over the other half, then carefully move the omelette to a plate.
5. Toast the rye in a toaster - or serve it fresh, of course, but rye bread is especially delicious if toasted a bit. Serve the omelettes with the yummy filling, toasted rye bread and a dollop of ketchup on the side. Enjoy!
Tasks for kids in the kitchen: Let your kids help beat the egg base. They can also slice radishes and peel carrots.