French omelette with breadcrumbs. Soft diet for the sick

French omelette with breadcrumbs. Soft diet for the sick

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When we are sick the desire to eat disappears, and even more happens if it is ailments such as gastroenteritis or diarrhea. Children often refuse to take almost anything when they are ill, so it is convenient to offer them attractive dishes.

One of them may be this omelette with bread crumbs, it has a mild flavor and a very soft texture, making it ideal for convalescent children. Surely with this soft diet, which offers us, they immediately cheer up and regain strength.

  • 2 eggs
  • 50 gr. bread crumb
  • Olive oil
  • Parsley
  • Salt

Tips: If you want, you can add cooked ham, chunks of turkey or chicken, or even tomato to this recipe. If it is for a normal dinner, you can even use cheese that will give the omelette more juiciness.

1. Soak the bread crumbs in water (if the child already accepts dairy products, in milk) for a few minutes. Drain them well.

2. Beat the eggs on a plate, season with salt and a little parsley. Add the bread crumbs and mix well.

3. Heat a drizzle of oil in a small frying pan, covering the bottom, and let it heat over medium heat.

4. When it is hot, pour the mixture, leave it for a couple of minutes, shaking the pan a little so it doesn't stick. Turn over with the help of a plate and let it cook for another couple of minutes. Take out and serve.

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  1. Radford

    Exactly! It is the good idea. I keep him.

  2. Hypnos

    I liked it, it's a pity I just came across it. The post was saved.

  3. Gurutz

    What the right words ... super

  4. Bransan

    A very valuable answer

  5. Cingeswiella

    the answer Competent, cognitively ...

  6. Gabi

    It is true! Great idea, I agree with you.

  7. Ham

    I forgot to remember.

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