Asian Omelette with Prawns and Broccoli-1

Asian Omelette with Prawns and Broccoli Recipe





5 min


10 min


Asian Omelette with Prawns and Broccoli Recipe Ingredients

  • 2 Large free-range eggs, plus an additional yolk
  • 150g Cooked king prawns
  • 1/2 Head broccoli, cut into small florets
  • 1 tsp. Either Chinese 5-spice or Thai 7-spice powder
  • To taste Chilli flakes, optional
  • To taste Oyster, hoisin or sweet chilli sauce, optional

Asian Omelette with Prawns and Broccoli Recipe Method

1. Whisk the whole eggs and yolk in a jug with the chosen spice mix. Heat an omelette pan over a medium heat.

2. Pour in the egg mixture and tilt the pan to get an even spread. Cook until just set on top (you can flip it half-way through if you’re feeling confident). Set aside.

3. Wipe the pan and add a small amount of olive oil. Stir-fry the broccoli for 2-3 minutes before adding the prawns. Add a tablespoon of your chosen sauce (if using) and heat through for a minute.

4. Tip the prawn/broccoli mix into the centre of the omelette and wrap up to enclose. Serve alone or with a green side salad. Garnish with chilli flakes if liked.

Recipe created specially for you by nutritionist & chef, Elodie Oliver, in collaboration with Rolandas PT4U

Asian Omelette with Prawns and Broccoli Recipe-Protein With Less Calories, Packed With Nutrients & Good For Your Immune & Cardiovascular Systems

High in protein, but low in calories, prawns are a good source of magnesium, which is central in bone development, as well as muscle function and nerve functioning. Not to mention the brilliant broccoli benefits, which we’ve highlighted below, in our featured ingredient section.

Nutritional Values

Calories 342
Fats 13g
Carbs 13g (6g starch)
Protein 42g

Featured Ingredient: Broccoli

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Packed with phytochemicals and antioxidants, the brilliant broccoli benefits digestion, while also boosting the immune system and the cardiovascular system. It also has anti-inflammatory properties, and is thought to possibly have cancer-preventing properties.

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