Boerenomelet

Yes, what could that be, and how could you ever pronounce “oe” :-)

Pronouncing this will be impossible for most non-dutch but the content is quite simple: an extremely healthy light dish: scrambled eggs, with available vegetables and things like tuna. In Holland we call this a farmers dish (quite appropriate for Paillard too!), although one can argue that in Holland especially farming has turned into high tech industry. So the farmers will eat 5 star menus normally with expensive wines and not this crude boerenomelet…

The artistic research method to arrive at this dish is so simple that I don’t dare to mention it, so I add a link: (for example)

https://en.cookpad.com/recipe/836246

but if you want to know: (because we don’t have internet…but then you cannot read this page either….)

Ingredients(2 to 4 servings)

Egg
2
Cherry tomatoes
10-12
Snap peas
5 to 6
Canned tuna and canned sweet corn
1 can of tuna. 2 tablespoons of sweet corn.
Grated cheese
1 tablespoon
Salt and pepper
To taste
Butter (or margarine)
To taste
1
Take off the blossom ends from the cherry tomatoes and cut in half. Remove the stem end and string from the snap peas and cut in half.
2
Beat the egg lightly and mix in the vegetables, tuna can (with the brine), sweet corn (drained), grated cheese, salt and pepper.
3
Melt the butter in a heated frying pan and pour in the contents of the bowl. Stir from the edge of the pan. Once it is cooked to your liking, stop the heat.
4
Transfer to a serving dish. Add garnishes such as lettuce (not included in recipe) to your liking.

Many variations are possible…..

I would like to try it with banana’s!