Breakfast Omelet【KETO】A recipe from Japanese famous hotel

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Hi, I am Leto, a Japanese currently living in the USA. I have been on Ketogenic diet for a while and looking for good recipe all the time from all over the world.


In this article, I would like to share a good ” Omelet recipe.” For Ketogenic dieters, egg dishes are easy to make and great source of the minerals that human body needs to obtain.


The recipe is made by a famous Japanese hotel, so if you master making omelet by this recipe, you can enjoy the quality Japanese omelet at home!


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Breakfast omelet|You have to use a proper pan for the eggs

To make ideal Omelet, equipment matters. To make the Omelet rugby ball like beautiful figure, you have to prepare pans of proper size.


If you are making for one with two eggs, it is recommended to use 18cm(6 inch) pan. If for two with four eggs, it will be 28cm(9 inch) pan.


Believe me, if you do not use a proper size pan, you will fail. I have failed too many times already trying to make portion for one with 28 cm pan. It did not work.


Also, ideally, pan should be stick-free. If ingredients tend to stick to the bottom of your pan, you will likely to fail as well.


If you have proper size, stick-free pan, let’s move forward to cook the Omelet 🙂


Breakfast omelet|Ingredients



Ingredients are as follows;

  •  Egg

  •  Soy Milk

  •  Butter

  •  Salt

  •  Ketchup

  •  Worcestershire Sauce, Okonomiyaki- sauce, or A1 sauce
    (Some vegetable sweet sauce)

  •  Red wine


Ketchup for the Omelet sauce

I personally recommend you to use Ketchup without sugar as normal Ketchups tend to contain a lot of sugar. If you choose “No sugar added Ketchup,” you may enjoy more natural flavor without some ingredients which may not be required in your body.


In the USA


I have been using this one these days. The taste is actually the same from the original one, and I feel I am eating something a lot healthier with this Heinz ” No- sugar added” Ketchup.

>> Heinz Tomato Ketchup, No Sugar Added

Japan

In Japan, there is a low-carb Ketchup. It is made of all the natural sweet flavor.

糖質オフのケチャップ 
created by Rinker



Worcestershire Sauce

>> Worcestershire Sauce 

Worcestershire Sauce brings testy flavor to your meals. You can just pour it over on some meat dishes as how it is, or you can mix with the other ingredients to create another sauce.


The sauce is very popular in Japan, and is used in many sauces. In this recipe, sour savory flavor is added by this ingredient.


Even though I have been looking for this item without sugar, unfortunately I have not found any. If there is anyone who know any “Worcestershire Sauce without sugar,” please kindly let me know.

Breakfast omelet|How to make the Omelet

1 Beat the eggs, filter it by strainer if possible.

2 Put salt and soy milk in the eggs and whisk well.

3 Warm up the pan with mid heat.

From the moment that you put the piece of butter on the pan, to put the omelet from the pan to a plate has to be within 30 sec.


4 Put butter on the pan and spread the butter, and pour all the mix on the pan immediately.

5 Mix it by spatula scraping solid egg from the bottom constantly, very fast.


6 While the egg is still half done, put all the mix on one side of the pan by spatula, tilting the pan.

7 Flip the egg over on a plate and done.


8 On the same pan, put all the ★ and boil once with mid heat. Stop the heat and put butter.


9 Pour the sauce on the omelet.

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The runny egg comes out when you cut the omelet!


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Breakfast Omelet【KETO】A recipe from Japanese famous hotel

An ordinary simple Omelet recipe for breakfast. The recipe is originally from a Japanese hotel.
Prep Time10 mins
Active Time3 mins
Total Time13 mins
Course:Breakfast
Cuisine:international
Keyword:ketogenic, Omelet
Yield:2
Calories:240kcal

Equipment

  • Bowl
  • Spatula
  • Whipper
  • pan

Materials

  • 4 Eggs
  • 120 ml Soy milk
  • 10 g Butter (Omelet)
  • 2 Pinches Salt
  • 2 tbsp Ketchup
  • 2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce ★Japanese Worcestershire Sauce, Tonkatsu sauce, Okonomiyaki-sauce, Vegetable sauce can be OK too.
  • 2 tbsp Red wine
  • 8 g Butter

Instructions

  • Beat the eggs, filter it by strainer if possible.
  • Put salt and soy milk in the eggs and whisk well.
  • Warm up the pan with mid heat.
  • 【!】From the moment that you put the piece of butter on the pan, to put the omelet from the pan to a plate has to be within 30 sec.
  • Put butter on the pan and spread the butter, and pour all the mix on the pan immediately.
  • Mix it by spatula scraping solid egg from the bottom constantly, very fast.
  • While the egg is still half done, put all the mix on one side of the pan by spatula, tilting the pan.
  • Flip the egg over on a plate and done.
  • On the same pan, put all the ★ and boil once with mid heat. Stop the heat and put butter.
  • Pour the sauce on the omelet.

Notes

【For two】
Protein: 16.5g (24%)
Fat: 40.9g(59%)
Net carb: 11.7g  (17%)
(Total Calorie:481kcal)
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