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Frittata (open omelette)

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Louise van den Berg on 24-May-2017 11:27 AM


     - CHEF SUNÉ NIEMAND WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION & DIETETICS -


SERVES 2  
Cooking time: 5 minutes

      

YOU WILL NEED:

Small roll of polony (125g)
4 egss
One sliced tomato
Pinch of salt
Pinch of herbs

 

METHOD:

Grate the polony in the pan. 

Whip up four eggs and add to the grated polony in the pan. 

Cover the pan with a lid and cook on slow heat on the stove top.

When the egg is cooked, cut the frittata in four.

Serve with a slice of to

mato with a pinch of salt. 

 

For a dagwood version add another slice of frittata on top of the tomato.

For a vegetarian version replace the polony with raw spinach (cut in small strips) and canned lentils.

 

 Watch the demonstration video at:  https://vimeo.com/218414486/a4d9e0c1cc

  #Tip: Use salt and foods that are high in salt sparingly. If you are in the habit of adding salt to your food before even tasting it: STOP! Many South Africans, irrespective of age, have high blood pressure levels that could eventually cause health problems such as damage to your eyes, kidneys, heart disease, and stroke. Snack foods such as chips, salted peanuts, and instant soup, soup powders, and stock cubes are also sources of salt. In other words, sources of salt are not only related to that which comes from a salt shaker or products such as Aromat, but are consumed in many hidden forms.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

For more tips on eating healthily on a student's budget: http://www.ufs.ac.za/resources/healthyeating-guide