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Omelette with Baked Beans, Cucumber and Tomatoes

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Difficulty:
easy
Difficulty
Preparation:
20 min.
Preparation
Calories:
349
calories
Calories

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Nutritional values

Baked beans are white beans in a sauce. The beans provide our body with about 6 grams of iron per 100 grams, which we need for healthy blood formation and normal oxygen transport. Just like eggs, they contain protein. These proteins serve our body as building material for cells, muscles and messenger substances.

In England, baked beans and eggs are part of a classic Sunday breakfast. We have made the popular breakfast a bit smarter and vegetarian. The tomatoes and cucumbers make it much fresher. Depending on your own preference you can also add more vegetables. For example, carrots and kohlrabi can be added
, and you would like to bake the bread for the hearty breakfast yourself? No problem here it goes to a delicious sourdough bread.

1 serving contains
(Percentage of daily recommendation)
1 serving contains
(Percentage of daily recommendation)
Calories349 kcal(17 %)
Protein21 g(21 %)
Fat15.3 g(13 %)
Carbohydrates31 g(21 %)

Ingredients

for
4
Ingredients
1 can
Baked bean (240 grams)
6
Eggs (size M)
freshly ground Pepper
1 tablespoon
finely chopped Parsley
2 tablespoons
200 grams
4
4 slices

Preparation steps

1.

Place the baked beans in a saucepan and heat.

2.

Season the eggs with salt and pepper, and beat well. Stir in the parsley.

3.

Heat butter in a nonstick pan, pour in the beaten eggs and let cook.

4.

Rinse the cucumber and slice thinly. Rinse the tomatoes and cut into wedges.

Serve the bread slices with baked beans, omelette, cucumber slices and tomato wedges.