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Omelet with ham
Omelet with ham
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An omelet is quick to make, and you can eat it for breakfast together with some bacon, or as a lunch together with a salad on the side. This recipe is for omelet with ham, cheese and arugula, but you can take whatever ingredients you have at home as filling. You can also do it without any filling at all, so-called plain omelet.

Ingredient List for 1 servings:
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2 Egg
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50 ml Milk
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20 gr Ham
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20 gr Grated cheese
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10 gr Arugula
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0,25 teaspoon Citron pepper
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0,25 teaspoon Garlic salt
Instructions:
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Break the eggs in a bowl, and stir with a fork.
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Add the milk in the bowl and stir it together with the eggs.
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Add the spices in the egg mixture and stir.
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Cut the ham in small pieces, and add it in the mixture.
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Wash the arugula and add it in the bowl.
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Grate the cheese and the add it in the bowl and mix everything together.
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Heat up a frying pan and add butter or oil to fry in.
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Pour the egg mixture in the frying pan, and fry the omelet on both side until it is golden brown on the surface. Serve the omelet warm.
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