Leek is a useful or useful vegetable that many people do not like very much, that they say, "I wouldn't even think of it," and that doesn't get the respect it deserves. In order to raise individuals who love this vegetable, it is necessary to start working in infancy.
Before my leek omelette recipe, I would like to crown this delicious food by counting its benefits.
Antioxidant : Leek contains "Polyphenol", which is a good antioxidant (Antioxidants are substances that protect against free radicals in our body that cause diseases.)
Vitamins and Minerals: It is rich in vitamins A, B6, C and K, manganese and iron minerals.
Bone Health : Vitamin K, which plays an important role in bone health and regulation of blood flow, is abundant in leeks. 100 grams of leek is enough to meet almost half of the daily vitamin K requirement. Vitamin K is responsible for activating the protein called "Osteocalcin", which is of great importance for bone health in our body.
Eye Health : The components called "Lutein and zeaxanthin" in leeks protect eye cells.
half stalk of leek
1 teaspoon of butter
1 pinch of salt
1 teaspoon of homemade tomato sauce (or homemade tomato paste diluted with 1 teaspoon of water)
Red bell pepper rings
The leek is cut into thin circles and boiled in a medium-sized pan with half a tea glass of water.
When the leeks become soft, add tomato sauce and wait for the leeks to be fully cooked.
When the leeks are cooked, add butter.
The eggs are whisked very lightly in a bowl and when the butter melts, the eggs are taken into the pan.
Eggs are cooked on low heat with the addition of salt.
Cooked omelet is served in pepper rings.
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