Eat a two-egg omelet for breakfast, and you have about 12 grams of protein. Add pork sausage, onion, and herbs to that, and your protein increases to about 18-20 grams. Protein and exercise together can boost muscle mass and metabolism.
Grow an herb garden close to your kitchen. When you’re cooking, then you can quickly go outside and grab the herbs you want. Organic herbs add so much flavor to dishes.
Dill, oregano, and cilantro from my kitchen herb garden were included in this omelet recipe. First, I chopped up the already-cooked pork sausage and part of an onion. Since the onion and herbs were cooked with sausage, no oil was needed to stir-fry the mixture.
Start the day off with an omelet and veggies. That’s the best kind of breakfast because it’s filling. Start the day off with an omelet and veggies. That’s the best kind of breakfast because it’s filling. Furthermore, eggs are good for you. If you need more convincing, read Eggs: Healthy or Not? on huffingtonpost.com. I’m not a nutritionist or doctor, but the article explains about cholesterol that so many people worry about.
And if you feel like you can’t do without bread, egg sandwiches are great for any meal.
Or make French toast sticks. They have eggs in them.
What’s awesome about omelets is that there are many kinds to choose from. This one is topped with French-fried onions…
But if you are on a diet that doesn’t include eggs, try this delicious dish – an eggless omelet! I requested this at a restaurant. The server had never heard of anything like it and wasn’t sure if the cooks could grant my request. It turned out that everyone in the kitchen thought it looked so good, that it gave them a new idea for customers who might not like eggs.
Eggs or not? I’m in favor of them. How about you?