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Friday, July 24, 2009

vegetables and tuna omelette

ysabelle,my six years old daughter, is not keen on veggies. kids are known to have dislikes on vegetables in general. if your's happen to love them, you are one lucky mummy!!

so, what i did was disguised veggies in omelette, any veggies i can get my hands on. if there's a will, there's always a way....

ingredients

eggs
bell pepper
courgette
spring onion
potatoes
carrots
tuna in brine
salt
pepper
sunflower oil

finely chopped all the vegetables. heat oil in frying fan and add all the veg. wait for a couple of minutes until the juices comes out and add the tuna, salt and pepper. set aside. in a separate bowl, beat eggs and add the mixed vegetables and tuna. again, heat a table spoon of oil in frying fan and place all ingredients back on it. reduced the heat to low. flip omelette upside down until both side turn golden brown.

10 comments:

  1. Hello,

    did Ysabel eat these veggies hidden in the omelettes.

    I guess, in the future we have to do the same with our little boy. But perhaps we can "train" him already while he drinks the breastmilk.
    Scientists say, that the smell and taste of your eating is in the breast milk.

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  2. yum! yum! marami ba nakain si ysa? hehe! si kyla, takot lang niya sakin kahit ayaw niya pinipilit niya kainin huwag lang ampalaya. :)

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  3. yum yum Eng, looks soooo yummy!

    yes, studies show that kids (or even adults) have a dislike for vegetables since most must have acquired taste (must be trained) for it because our taste buds are not naturally liking the bitter taste inherent in most vegetables, rather our taste have natural liking for sweet.

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  4. It looks so yummy Eng, I bet Ysa loved it. I love omelette too - you can hide all kinds of veggies inside or whatever left over meat you have.

    Very pretty presentation too !

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  5. Oh!You just gave me an excellent breakfast idea! now that'll be a nutritious twist to my plain fried eggs which my daughter and hubby have been snubbing.

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  6. i'm back! forgot to comment on the presentation.., it's very appetising and it looks like a real chef's art work. you are ysa's and dave's personal chef aren't you? superb job! ENG-credible sabi nga ni Ica. :)

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  7. hmmmm yummy Esmeralda Odette!....i am definitely gonna try this, i am sure my Roel will love it, no problem with my big son Francis, he eats everything he he he!...Dave and Ysa are so lucky!

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  8. andito na naman ako, ang sarap sarap kasi talaga tingnan Eng, pang chef talaga ang presentation. galing mo talaga Eng, di lang sa craft bug at poetry, sa cooking pa! yeah, dave and ysa are so lucky, pwedeng pa-adopt? :)

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  9. @cornyman, thanks for dropping by.yes! i think you should train him at an early age.and yes ysabelle loves it!

    @cher, oh you are one lucky mum. ysabelle is a seasonal vegetable eater...ha!ha!ha! there are times she loves carrots and will have it for days. so, is lettuce, cucumber and now it's brocolli season for her...ha!ha!ha!

    @bethchai,oh girl, so true. their sweet taste buds is very prominent which explained my little girls love for chocs...ha!ha!ha1

    @chay, oh sunshine. she loves it! tried different veggies everytime and always work...ha!ha!ha!

    @femmepower, yes rochelle try it. i bet your little girl will love it. and it's not only suitable for bfast, i normally serve it for lunch or dinner, too! easy and yummylicious!!

    @kulasa, oh girlfriend!oh he will love it, your little boy roel and i bet francis and daddy penguin will, too! try it and let me know, ok!

    and yes, ladies i am my hubby's and little one's personal cook.oh! not an easy job with the hubby and the little one and me loves different types of food but we all agreed fish is the best!

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  10. that's very clever, some kids are not too keen on veggies but that's healthy for them. I made potato, beef omelet last sunday =)

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