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    Please make me an omelete


    Here is my breakfast

    6 egg whites
    2 whole eggs
    2oz Chicken
    Spinach or any comparable vegetable

    Just need a good way to put this together?

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    duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuur....

    ok, i'll help you. beat the eggs in a bowl---all of them. shred the chicken into little bits. beat them into the eggs. dumb them in a greased pan. let one side cook. now flip it. pour spinach on half of cooked side. now flip empty half over full half.

    you now have a spinach-filled chicken/egg omelet.
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    ok, my turn...

    beat the eggs in a bowl.
    shred chicken and throw into pan with some onion and EVOO and fry just a bit
    remove chicken from pan
    pour in eggs and let cook
    flip eggs
    add chicken and spinach to one half of egg
    fold over
    done
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    What about sauteeing some peppers, mushrooms and stuff like broccoli/zucchini beforehand. Then put it on the plate, put the eggs in, add the veggies + cheese when slightly set and then fold!

    I've been making an omelet a day for months on end now.
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    Heres a couple tricks for you as well:
    1: Put the eggs in warm water for 5 mins before you crack them
    2: throw a very little bit of baking powder in the eggs to make them extra fluffy
    3: When you put the eggs in the pan stir them up a bit in there and make sure the edges are still lose after a minute.
    4: Get some cheese - I mean come on whats an omelet without cheese enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    What about sauteeing some peppers, mushrooms and stuff like broccoli/zucchini beforehand. Then put it on the plate, put the eggs in, add the veggies + cheese when slightly set and then fold!

    I've been making an omelet a day for months on end now.
    Eggs are the best man, not too expensive, great nutritional profile, and delicious. Its probably been a full year since I went a day without scrambled eggs or and omelet!
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    well what i do is i cook up the turkey, cut it into about 1 cm cubes then sautee the spinach with a little olive oil and some salt and pepper. mix the spinach and turkey and try to spread evenly in about a 10 inch skillet. then just pour the beated eggs in the skillet and let it set. as it sets enough on the outside edges, lift the edges up and let the unset eggs run under the edges. keep cooking until its firm enough to flip then throw some cheese on it and enjoy!
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    oh and another really good omelette is with red and green peppers, onions, and some salsa on top. frickin awesome
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    don't judge me i was broke i am still but not like b4
    beat the eggs in a bowl add salt pepper and maggi
    grease the pan when hot add chopped onions and
    1 cooked rice beat some more dont let rest dumb on the pan
    add cheese when ready (opt)
    2 spaghetti cooked of coarse and parmesan

    voila
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    i never had an omlete until i read this thread!
    and i can say i really.. really enjoyed it.
    ive found my new breakfast.
    well i beated 2 eggs into a bowl
    then added some mozeralla cheese into the egg
    diced up bacon into small bits along with onion, cooked them on the pan for a while.. added the egg.
    and than sprinkled some mushashi bulk on top.. just kiddin

    it was amazing. i cant wait to try other ingredients HEHE.
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    I have a tough time flipping an omellete. Any advice for this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calidood View Post
    I have a tough time flipping an omellete. Any advice for this?
    grease the pan
    and don't really think about flipping it focus on getting it off the pan
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    Quote Originally Posted by calidood View Post
    I have a tough time flipping an omellete. Any advice for this?
    Let it harden a bit more, don't disturb the egg at all. Also if you're adding milk into the eggs to make them fluffier, you might want to cut down a bit. Also get a larger spatula

    (That is a large spatula, the omelet is just ridiculously huge lol. 4 Eggs, 1.c Egg Whites, 2/3c. Milk + Loads of veggies inside)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Let it harden a bit more, don't disturb the egg at all. Also if you're adding milk into the eggs to make them fluffier, you might want to cut down a bit. Also get a larger spatula

    (That is a large spatula, the omelet is just ridiculously huge lol. 4 Eggs, 1.c Egg Whites, 2/3c. Milk + Loads of veggies inside)
    My friend, that is not an omelet. There are probably fairy tales about omelets that big.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walugi View Post
    My friend, that is not an omelet. There are probably fairy tales about omelets that big.
    Lol, actually a few weeks ago I started weighing my eggs. It turns out my large (Supposed to be 50g), are actually on average 67g, so that's more like 5.5 eggs. But yup it's big lol. I actually just ate the whole thing tonight... and I'm hungry 60 minutes later. Crazy workout!

    Yikes, the nutrition facts:
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    haha 388% of your daily cholesterol intake, nice

    75g of protein is pretty crazy for an omelet.

    Where do you think most of those carbs are coming from?
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    yummi but i dont get why this is good for weight loss
    got around 3.10 out of 5
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    high in fat and protein means it'll keep you full for longer.

    It's a healthy meal, but it's not some extreme cutting recipe.
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    my favorite is
    1 cup frozen shredded cheese
    4 eggs
    two roma tomatoes
    4 spicy sausage links
    1 yam
    raw sliced jalapeņos peppers to taste
    4 tablespoons olive oil in pan
    cook sausages
    dice everything
    put in pan, cover and cook down at med high heat
    5 min stirring a couple times
    add beaten eggs and cover
    flip when it looks cooked on bottom
    cover with cheese
    turn off heat and let cook
    when cheese is all melted it's done


    microwave yam 3 min
    dice yam
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    Quote Originally Posted by walugi View Post
    haha 388% of your daily cholesterol intake, nice

    75g of protein is pretty crazy for an omelet.

    Where do you think most of those carbs are coming from?
    The 2/3c. of milk, the rest from the broccoli if put in (Actually a bunch of various veggies, but that was easier lol)
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    does that mean I shouldn't be drinking milk during the CKD diet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by calidood View Post
    I have a tough time flipping an omellete. Any advice for this?
    use a good pan, spray with pam or similar.

    use medium heat, realize that you are trying to cook it 3/4 the way on one side, then flip and finish the other 1/4 while adding the fillings and then flopping it closed. a spatula need not be involved.

    with practice you will be able to flip the omlet with one hand in the same way that people flip pancakes; pick up the pan by the handle, and with a quick forward toss and wrist flip you send it airborne and then catch it back in the pan on it's other side. it looks hard but is not. you could practice flipping with stuff like a slice of bread that wont make a mess a few times to get the idea too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Lol, actually a few weeks ago I started weighing my eggs. It turns out my large (Supposed to be 50g), are actually on average 67g, so that's more like 5.5 eggs. But yup it's big lol. I actually just ate the whole thing tonight... and I'm hungry 60 minutes later. Crazy workout!

    Yikes, the nutrition facts:
    Where does all the fat come from?

    Part-skim cheese is, what? 7g an oz or so? Only thing left would be the eggs? Are they THAT fattening? I have been using 1 part egg-beaters to 2 parts egg whites for about a year now. Can't say the last time i looked at the Nutritional Info on a real egg...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiftyCapone View Post
    Where does all the fat come from?

    Part-skim cheese is, what? 7g an oz or so? Only thing left would be the eggs? Are they THAT fattening? I have been using 1 part egg-beaters to 2 parts egg whites for about a year now. Can't say the last time i looked at the Nutritional Info on a real egg...
    That was a 5 egg + 10 Egg White omelet A large egg is about 6g fat.
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