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Simple omelette



Some people avoid eggs because of its cholesterol content. However, one must also not forget that eggs also contain important nutritional contents like protein, iron, minerals and B vitamins. All you need to do is to plan your diet accordingly and be mindful of the cholesterol in egg and other food you eat every day. Limit your egg intake to 3-4 eggs per week. For me, it’s important to have everything in moderation for a healthy and balanced diet. Even good things can be bad if taken excessively.


On a separate note, eggs are highly allergenic food (particularly the egg whites) for baby below 1 year old. Thus, most pediatric resources recommend only egg yolk (fully cooked) for baby over 9 months old. For egg white, it can only be introduced to baby above 1 year old. If your family has a history of egg allergy,  it is best to introduce eggs in a baby’s diet until he/she turns one.




There are many different methods of cooking/baking with eggs. Omelette is certainly the most common dish served in each household. It was one of my childhood favourite dish. Whenever I smelled my mother’s freshly cooked omelette, I would secretly sneak into the kitchen and “steal” a few bites. Now, it’s also my son’s top favourite. He gets very excited when he sees omelette served during mealtime. He is adamant to his equal share of the omelette too!


This simple omelette dish I made is quite similar to the Chinese omelette we order in a Chinese restaurant called “Fu Rong Dan/ Fu Yong Tan” (芙蓉蛋). I adapted this recipe from Hawker’s Fair Simplified cookbook and modified it according to my family’s preference. Instead of shrimps and barbecue pork as the main ingredients, I had replaced it with vegetarian barbecue pork and added some capsicums to substitute the chili. Doesn’t it look colourful and appealing to whet your visual appetite?



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  1. Amy says:

    Interestingly enough, I absolutely love eggs. I love them by themselves and mixed in with other foods. But omelettes are my least favorite way to prepare them. I think it’s as texture thing. I wonder if this would taste good scrambled? It sure looks great.

    • food-4tots says:

      Amy: I haven’t tried using this combination in making scrambled eggs but your idea sounds great to give it a try. It may turn out better than mine! Do share with me your feedback. Tks!! 😉

  2. Ching says:

    Your simple omelette looks so colorful and pretty!

  3. You can always but down the number of egg yolks to make it more healthy. Love the colours, looks so appetising.

    • food-4tots says:

      Pigpigscorner: Tks for your wonderful suggestion and kind comments!! Sometimes, I feel bad to discard the egg yolks. So alternatively, I will watch out the cholesterol intake for my family members. 😉

  4. NKOTB says:

    eh, the omelette that you made is colourful leh… 🙂

  5. Selba says:

    Simple but looks so tasty 🙂

  6. Little Inbox says:

    This omelette contains lots of nutrition, and it looks absolutely yummy! I’ll remember to practice my skill using your step 5. I always facing problem to turn over the omelette. Thanks for the tips.

  7. what a lovely and colourful omelette packed with all the good healthy stuff 🙂

  8. I love eggs. I love your omelettes even more! Gorgeous!

  9. Dora says:

    Simple? Urs look great. How i wish i have some of these now to go with porridge! 😉

  10. TracieMoo says:

    I love the wonderful colours. Looks like a healthy Pizza breakfast!

  11. I love eggs and eggs is the most easy to cook and mix-match on the dining table. F4T, your Chinese Omelettes look delicious 🙂
    Btw, I haven’t gave my 11 month-old son try any egg yet, will start introduce egg yolk after his 1st birthday, then may be egg white after 1.5 year-old… Thanks for the info!

  12. Chin says:

    If I can master all the eggs omelette dishes kids will love me to bits. Sometimes I think these are their favourites.

  13. My gal love eggs very much but she prefer the hard boiled egg. But sometime she will enjoy having some omelette too! ^-^

  14. noobcook says:

    Your omelette is so thin and packed with so much good stuff. So delicious and healthy looking!

  15. Christine says:

    I love simple dish and cooking.
    This simple omelette is very healthy! Yum…

  16. Alice says:

    Simple yet healthy omelette! What a delightful dish! 🙂

  17. tigerfish says:

    totally agree with you on eggs. eggs actually contain a lot of good proteins compared to poultry.

  18. mycookinghut says:

    Definitely looks yummy! I totally agree with you that intake of any food has to be moderate. 🙂

  19. nyaknyak: says:

    Do you actually take the photo by yourself? look so professional

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