Easy Breakfast Recipe
Omelet with Ham, Cheese and Asparagus

This easy breakfast recipe of Omelet with ham, cheese and asparagus is perfect for a treat of breakfast in bed. The meal looks gorgeous and tastes absolutely yummy!

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Easy Omelet with Ham, Cheese and Asparagus

This recipe serves 2 persons.

Serve with hot buttered toast.

Just Add Prepare
• 3 eggs, beaten

• 4 slices ham

• 1 cup shredded tasty cheese

• 6 asparagus spears, cooked lightly in the microwave oven

• Salt and pepper to taste

• Beat the eggs, season with salt and pepper

• Trim the ends of the asparagus spears and cook in the microwave oven

• Into a moderately hot fry pan, melt a teaspoon of butter, just to grease the pan lightly

• Pour in half the beaten eggs (to make one omelet)

• Move the pan around to swirl the egg mixture till it covers the whole pan

• When the omelet starts to firm, sprinkle half the shredded cheese

• Place 2 slices of ham on one side of the omelet and then 3 asparagus spears

• When the omelet is firm, fold over the other half

• Repeat to cook the second omelet

This is an elegant and easy breakfast recipe - easy to cook and ready within 15 minutes.

Now, how easy was that!


Although I try not to use grease or butter in my cooking, so as to minimize the amount of fat consumed, omelets do taste better cooked in a little butter!


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Wishing you happy cooking!

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