RECIPE | Turkish Menemen Omelette – 200 calorie meals!
Serves 2 – 200 calorie meals
Just 200 calories per serving!
14g of protein
Whilst on holiday in Turkey, menemen omelette was one of my favourite meals to have at lunch. I’ve recreated a healthy alternative with only 200 calories per serving and Evelyn loves it too! It’s a perfect lunch that you can make the night before and warm at work- or a quick, easy and delicious tea!
- 2x white onions
- 3x peppers
- 4x large tomatoes
- 4x medium eggs
- 2tsp smoked paprika
- 2tsp lazy garlic
- 1tsp thyme
- 1tsp basil (or any herbs you fancy)
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Pre-heat grill to 200.
- Chop up all ingredient and fry off the onion.
- Add the peppers and tomato and fry until the juices have reduced.
- Add seasoning and mix well.
- Crack the eggs on top of the veg and reduce the heat until the egg whites start to cook.
- Take the pan off the heat and place under the grill for 3-5 minutes to finish cooking the egg.
- Once cooked, stir eggs through to create a ‘scrambled egg’ type dish.
This has to be one of the quickest but tastiest dishes I’ve made. And because it’s so low in calories- you can have the whole pan if you fancy!
Let me know if you try this!
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