Herb Omelette with tomatoes make a perfect, protein-rich brunch or breakfast for two people. This healthy herb omelette can be on the table in just 10 minutes, served with juicy tomatoes. Lets jump over the recipe.
Why Eggs are good option for low FODMAP diet ?
Egg is on the list of foods you’re allowed to have on the low-FODMAP diet. Eggs help because they’re rich in proteins and nutrients and very low in fermentable carbohydrates. This means they are less likely to cause symptoms.
Are fried eggs low FODMAP ?
Fried eggs are low FODMAP even when you fry them in butter, olive oil, or other vegetable oils. Generally, fats and oils are low in FODMAPs because they contain few carbohydrates and sometimes none.
You can still enjoy your delicious fried egg on a low FODMAP diet. The best way to eat a fried egg is to ensure that you cook it all done. Try to avoid sunny-side eggs and runny yolks because proteins that are not fully cooked can cause GI health problems.
It is best to avoid butter for fried eggs on a low FODMAP diet with lactose intolerance. Even though butter is not high in FODMAP, butter is not a good idea if you have lactose allergies. If you are extremely sensitive and need to avoid all fats and oils, you can make poached eggs or fry your eggs in a little bit of water with a non-stick skillet.
- 4 Egg whole
- 2 Tomato (small sized)
- 1 tsp Olive oil
- One tbsp Parsely
- 1 tbsp Basil
- Salt as per requirement
- Slice tomato.
- Break egg in a mixing bowl and season with parsley, basil, and salt. Whisk the mixture using a fork.
- Heat oil in a frying pan and add tomato slices to it.
- Saute it for 30 seconds. Pour the egg mixture over it.
- Spread the egg mixture all over the pan. Cook until the base becomes golden.
- Flip over the omelette with the help of a spatula and cook from the other side.
- Serve immediately.
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