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The long working hours and hectic schedules leave us little time and energy to exercise and indulge in other physical activities like sports and dancing. The result we see is – rise in obesity, even in children. We are therefore focussing on high-protein diets these days to reenergise the body to take on the day with ample energy. There are many meals, which are touted as high-protein meals and omelette is one of the most common dishes that are cooked at home for breakfast. Omelette is easy-to-cook, takes little time to prepare and is also delicious. But is it weight loss-friendly? Probably not. With fat-rich egg yolks and overflowing butter on the pan, this dish may be passed by those watching their weight.
However, there is a way in which fitness buffs can also enjoy a yummy omelette and kick-start their day without worrying about excess calories. Add oats flour and bring in a whole lot of proteins, fibre, antioxidants and other nutrients to the meal.
(Also Read: Oats Nutrition – Benefits And Recipe Ideas)
Oats And Eggs Omelette Recipe –
Half cup oats
Half cup milk
2 onions, chopped
1 tomato, chopped
1 carrot, grated
1 capsicum, chopped
5-6 garlic cloves, crushed
2 green chillies, chopped
A pinch of black pepper powder
A pinch of turmeric powder
1 teaspoon oregano powder
Salt to taste
Half tablespoon butter
Half tablespoon olive oil
Step 1 – Grind oats in a blender till a powder is attained.
Step 2 – Combine oats flour, salt, turmeric, oregano, and pepper in a large bowl.
Step 3 – Add milk and mix to make a smooth batter.
Step 4 – Add eggs and whisk the whole mixture thoroughly. In this step, you can eliminate egg yolks fully or partially.
Step 5 – Combine olive oil and butter and heat in a large pan. You can skip butter if you want to.
Step 6 – Saute all the vegetables for 3-5 minutes. Pour the eggs and oats batter and mix properly.
Step 7 – Cook it on both the sides.
Step 8 – Divide the thick omelette spread into equal pieces and serve with tomato sauce or mint chutney.
(Also Read: 11 Healthy Omelette Recipes)
This new version of omelette with added oats is a great meal to start the day with proper nourishment. High in soluble fibres, oats help keep cholesterol levels in check. That’s why it’s a great food for keeping heart healthy. With its low calorie content and high protein level, this omelette with oats is more fulfilling and keeps the body full till lunch time.
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