How to Make an Egg White Omelet

5 October 2016 - 14:48, by , in Recipes, No comments

Do you love omelets but are looking for a way to mix up your morning meal? Chino Valley Ranchers has the perfect recipe for you! An egg white omelet is a healthy and delicious way to kick off your day. The dish contains lots of important vitamins and minerals from the egg whites that keep you healthy while also mixing yummy ingredients like fresh tomatoes, bell peppers and so much more to give it a satisfying taste. Interested in trying this omelet for yourself? Continue reading for the full recipe!

What You’ll Need:

  • Chino Valley Ranchers’ liquid egg whites
  • Olive oil
  • Onions
  • Bell pepper
  • Tomatoes
  • Salt
  • Pepper

1. Prepare your ingredients.

Chop your vegetables – onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and any other vegetables you’d like to add. Then, pour your Chino Valley Ranchers’ liquid egg whites into a bowl and whisk them to your liking.

2. Get your pan ready.

With your vegetables and egg whites ready, take olive oil and pour it onto a medium-sized pan or skillet. Then, cook your chopped onions until they are a nice brown, caramelized color. Add your bell pepper and tomatoes to the pan and let them cook as well.

3. Put it all together.

Once the vegetables are cooked, pour your egg whites evenly over the pan to create the circular shape of an omelet. Feel free to use a fork to even out the ingredients. Let it cook for a few minutes and then remove the pan from the stove. Fold the omelet in half and your delicious egg white breakfast is ready to go!

In just three easy steps, you and your family can enjoy a healthy and delicious breakfast option! To make the meal really stand out, it is best to use high quality liquid egg whites. Fortunately, Chino Valley Ranchers now produces healthy, quality liquid egg whites that can be found at Spouts, Mother’s Market and other various grocery stores.

For more information on Chino Valley Ranchers or our liquid egg whites, contact us today.

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