Yay, we have moved into our apartment. And its a big old mess here.
Boxes, books, clothes, toiletries, toys seem to be all mingled and on top of each other.
The only one place that is sorted out is the kitchen. Last night we made a trip to Whole Foods to replenish the food supplies. We were the grumpy and hungry parents with a whiny 3-year-old in tow. With supplies back in the kitchen, now we are back in business.
Today, Vipul had a smoked Salmon and Spinach Omelette. Still diet food but all gussied up with Smoked Alaskan Salmon.
A combination that we normally have when we eat out or when we visit Poonam.
Simple recipe that goes well with the Olive bread from Whole Foods smeared with fresh avocados. Give it a try with fresh eggs and home-grown spinach – if possible. The flavors party in your mouth. No kidding.
I could probably have it again for dinner. Yipee for cooking in your own kitchen and for breakfasts for dinners!
Smoked Salmon and Spinach Omlette Recipe
- 4 eggs
- 1 cup fresh spinach leaves chopped into ribbons
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1/4 – 1/2 cup Smoked Salmon peices
- 1 teaspoon oil or bacon fat
1. Beat the eggs with salt and pepper and spinal till pale yellow and fluffy.
2. Heat oil in a skillet. Whip the eggs once while the oil heats up. When hot, pour half of the eggs mixture in the skillet. Once the eggs are set on the bottom, gentle loosen the sides and flip the omelette. Layer the smoked salmon pieces. Cook for another minute or so. Fold in half and slide on a plate.
Serve warm with toasted bread. avocados, roasted tomatoes and coffee.