Give an Asian fusion edge to the ordinary; make a flavourful quick meal loaded with greens and protein!
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Chili Soy Spiked Zucchini & Kale Omelette
MEDIUM HEAT a nonstick frying pan, add oil + zucchini; saute 2 min.
ADD KALE – cook 2 min – TURN HEAT DOWN to low. ADD scallions
CRACK YOUR EGGS into a bowl, add soy sauce, gochujang and miso, whisk well.
POUR WHISKED EGGS evenly into the frypan cook on low 2mins – TURN or fold over until egg is cooked to your liking.
SWAP Gochujang for other chile paste – the flavour will vary quite a lot. If you like spicy, umami foods and have never had Gochujang it is definitely worth trying.
SWAP Kale for swiss chard, spinach, bok choy, chenopodium – good king henry, Asian greens, dandelion greens,
ADD garlic, ginger, chives, cooked rice or quinoa.
SWAP EGGS FOR TOFU – scramble tofu with sautéed veg not the same as an Omelette but still tastes great.