While we’re stuck at home for a while, we decided to at least have some taste of the Mediterranean…

Recipe Mediterranean Omelette

Mediterranean Omelette
(2 portions)

Mediterranean Omelette Ingredients

  • 4 eggs
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Olive Oil
  • 1 Tomato cut in slices
  • Half red onion cut in rings
  • 6 slices Zucchini
  • 2-4 tbsp Feta Cheese
  • A handful of spinach leaves
  • Black olive tapenade

How to make an Mediterranean Omelette

Beat the eggs into a bowl. Add salt and pepper. Pour a little olive oil in a frying pan. Immerse tomatoes, onions, zucchini in the frying pan to fry for a minute.

Add the beaten eggs into the pan. Whisk with a fork in the pan edges with just a slight heat on the stove. Add the feta cheese and spinach and cook ready. Fold the omelet in the pan and move over to a plate.

Top with olive tapenade. Our tapenade was from France: Au Bec Fin – a gift we got from Claudie and Pierre. I tell you: the most delicious tapenade!

We were delightfully surprised when we did taste it the first time and luckily it’s very tasteful so you don’t need to use much.

I think this might be the most delicious olive tapenade I’ve ever tasted in my whole life! I now guard this can with my life… *giggles*

We did serve this omelette together with the smoothie below.

Smoothie: Green Mint Cocktail

This green mint cocktail look awesome, don’t it? But the taste was a bit too much mint flavored for our taste, but you might love it – who knows…?

There is one benefit from it though: mint is said to have healthy influence on your stomach, so if you have a troublesome one, go ahead and test it: take a green cucumber and mix it in a blender with 2 dl (1 cup) mint leaves and 4 dl (2 cup’s) of water.

Me? I think I prefer a Mint Julep or Mojito instead! *giggles*

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7 Comments on “Mediterranean Omelette Recipe”

    LindaN said:

    yummy, thanks!


    I have to try the olive tapenade!! I’ve just finished prep work for omelette for tonight (yeahhh), with potatoes and peppers…, I think I have to add the tapenade another time -doesn’t “feel” like a match for what I have going on right now!

    claudie said:

    Tapenade is a “must”!!! This Mediterranean omelette looks delicious and the feta inside is a great idea!
    I adore cocktails!!!This one seems so healthy!
    I am with you two at table!!! :razz:

    DianeCA said:

    Wow! You can make me an omlett anytime! That looks awesome and the ingredients are right on my diet ;-)

    TorAa said:

    You know it:
    Local food allways tasts best locally.
    Except for öl och OP och sild

    Shawie said:

    Looks different but I think this omelette is pretty good. Gonna cook this next week, thanks for the recipe :)


    How interesting! The omelette looks delightfully yummy. Thanks for taking the time to share your pictures and recipes.

    The mint smoothie looks different. I have never used mint, but I have used almost every other green available. Well… maybe not all of them. I regularly use spinach, kale, lettuce, collards, swiss chard, etc.

    Thanks for your Mediterranean recipe ideas.

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