Pulse daily DIY recipe teaches prospective chefs how to prepare healthy, Ghanaian dishes in a simple way.
While egg whites contain some of the eggs’ high-quality protein, riboflavin and selenium, the majority of an egg’s nutrient package is found in the yolk. Nutrients such as:
Vitamin D, critical for bone health and immune function. Eggs are one of the only foods that naturally contain vitamin D.
Choline, essential for normal functioning of all cells, but particularly important during pregnancy to support healthy brain development of the fetus.
Lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants that are believed to reduce the risk of developing cataracts and slow the progression of age-related macular degeneration, a disease that develops with age.
Break the eggs into a bowl and season with salt and pepper.
Do not whisk yet and set aside.
Heat butter over low heat in a nonstick frying pan.
Add the mushrooms and cook for 2 minutes or until they soften a little.
Lightly season with black pepper, coriander, salt and transfer to a plate.
Place the pan back on the heat and add the eggs.
Cook for 1 min or until set to your liking, swirling with a fork now and again.
Spoon the mushroom mix over one half of the omelet.
Using a spatula, flip the omelet over to cover the mushrooms.
Cook for 1- 2 minutes and serve.