Moringa Egg Omelet

It is most common in powder form but have you ever seen the fresh moringa plant? The Moringa plant is nutrient-packed - rich in vitamins with significant amounts of Vitamins A, C, and E; and minerals such as calcium and potassium. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.

Fresh moringa leaves is an easy and versatile ingredient to cook with. This Moringa Egg Omelet is easy to make and packs nutrition. It is a perfect breakfast entree paired with whole-grain toast and grilled vegetables, also completes a vegetarian lunch/light dinner when served with Peas, Bell Peppers, Zucchini Quinoa. Let's not forget to make nutrient-packed Moringa Egg Omelet sandwich.

Moringa Egg Omelet
2 organic egg, gently whisked
1 cup fresh moringa leaves (purchased from Lion Supermarket, San Jose)
Salt, pepper to taste

Directions: Add moringa leaves to egg, pinch of salt and pepper and whisk gently. In a heated pan, add some cooking oil, then pour the egg slowly to form a base with the area of the pan. The wider the pan is, the egg base can be made thinner by swirling the egg around the pan.When the egg starts to cook and form a base, roll the egg up with a wooden spatula.

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