Quick and delish omelet with squash, tomato and onion (and with lemon basil, of course).

Posted in: main dish, Omelet, Recipes, Side dish, Vegetables
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Breakfast fast!

So this is my favorite Saturday morning breakfast/brunch meal.

It’s very fast to cook and you can add pretty much any vegetable you like and it will be gorgeous.

For this one I added:

3-4 slices of snow white squash you can use zucchini);

½ of white onion;

4 eggs;

½ tomato;

Lemon basil leaves;

Pinch of salt;

Pinch of pepper;

At first peel, wash and finely chop onion.

Wash and cut in slices, then chop squash (zucchini)

Preheat at medium heat and add cooking oil, start frying onion with squash, until soft, but still crunchy. Add the eggs and fry until cooked (5—7 min @ medium heat).

To all this beauty add tomato cut in slices (or chopped, you choose) and then add basil leaves. Fry for 2 min (so that tomatoes will be slightly soft, but not braised).

You can add cheese on top of your omelet.

And enjoy!

***Tip from Helen*** you can also add bacon or ham with squash, mushroom, it will be delicious***


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2 Responses to Quick and delish omelet with squash, tomato and onion (and with lemon basil, of course).

  • Simply Life

    Replied on: July 30, 2011, 3:27 pm

    This does look like the perfect weekend brunch!

  • mjskit

    Replied on: July 30, 2011, 4:13 pm

    Darn! I’ve already had breakfast! Maybe tomorrow – this looks wonderful!

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