Festive & Feel-Good, Hearty Savoury Scrambled Egg/ Power Omelette

Easy Peasy and takes approximately 20 minutes to make.

Serves 6

Body System/s & Therapeutic Support: Digestion, Circulation, Cardiovascular, Relaxation, Stress, Mood, Natural  tranquilizer, Pain relief, Anti-inflammatory, Brain, Immunity, Improved Metabolism, Blood sugar balance, Repair & Recovery, Detox (especially the heavy metal-mercury)

Health Tip:  Always add turmeric and Himalayan Crystal Salt to eggs when beating, to optimize  nutritional value. The salt is full of minerals, and the turmeric is power packed with anti inflammatory, liver supporting and immune stabilizing therapy!

Helpful Tips: This  can easily be turned into an ‘open  omelette’ by leaving it to solidify on the cooker for 2-3 minutes, as opposed to step 6 (i.e. do not scramble), and then popping it under the grill for another 2 minutes.

The omelette is also terrific served cold as a ‘quiche’… makes an ideal quick snack on Boxing day 🙂


5 sprigs of fresh coriander leaves for garnishing (and eating)


  1. Put coconut oil into a saucepan to warm on the cooker
  2. Fairly finely chop the onions and yellow & red peppers and add to the saucepan to saute for about 5 minutes till soft.
  3. Add Himalayan crystal salt (to taste) and a third of the dried coriander leaves.
  4. Beat eggs, milk, and powdered spices, and bouillon together.
  5. Add the egg mixture.
  6. *Stir lightly to scramble, or for the open omelette alternative, leave it to solidify slightly on the cooker for 2-3 minutes, as opposed to scrambling, and then pop the whole saucepan under the grill for another 2 minutes as soon as it is only slightly wet on top (be careful to use oven gloves as the saucepan handle WILL become too hot to hold with bare hands)
  7. In a baking tray, roast tomatoes and Tamari sauce and add two thirds of the dried coriander leaves.
  8. Serve the scrambled egg on a slice of gram bread or wheat free bread/toast
  9. Serve the roasted tomato on the side.
  10. Garnish the egg with shredded fresh coriander leaves.




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