* Eggs are a food with a high nutritional density as they provide a wide range of nutrients with a low-calorie intake. It is well known that it provides top-quality protein and the fats it contains are mainly monounsaturated fats such as those found in olive oil.
* The yolk of the egg, which is the part rich in fat, is also where vitamins D and A are found because they are two fat-soluble vitamins.
Did you know that scientific studies have shown that taking egg protein after a workout can be effective in increasing muscle protein synthesis?
1. Crack the eggs, place them in a bowl, add the pinch of salt and beat until the mixture has a homogeneous appearance and a smooth, frothy texture so that your omelette is fluffy and juicy.
2. Place a non-stick frying pan of about 20 cm with the oil on medium-high heat. When it comes to temperature, lower the heat and pour the beaten egg mixture so that it spreads over the entire surface.
3. Let it set by gently shaking the pan from top to bottom in a circular motion and scraping the edges with a spatula to bring them towards the centre. If you want to add other foods to the omelette, now is the time to do so.
4. Carefully fold the omelette over. Let it finish cooking and then flip it over to finish cooking on the other side.