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Posted by Dya in Appetizers / Garnishes
May 26, 2014 | 1880 views


  • 2 eggs husband
  • 50 gr Delaco Sofia cheese
  • salt to taste
  • a hot pepper powder powder
  • dill or green parsley

Method of preparation

We froth the 2 eggs, season them to taste and bake them in the multicooker bowl, using the BAKE program for 20 minutes at a temperature of 150 degrees. After baking, lightly peel the omelette, place the cheese in the center, then roll it side by side and if necessary, catch it with two chopsticks (toothpicks). After completing the selected program, the multicooker will automatically switch to the function of keeping the food warm, for a maximum of 24 hours. Thus, we close the lid of the appliance and keep it warm for 5-10 minutes, until the cheese melts slightly. Sprinkle a few sprigs of freshly chopped parsley or dill on top.

Good appetite!

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Comments (14)

Posted by antoemma

1. Put all the ingredients in a bowl.2. Pour the oil into the inner pot. Select the BOIL program and set the time to 8 minutes.3. Do not mix at all in this interval ...

Posted by gaby_d

Connect the appliance to the power source. Set the Fry function from the menu. Heat a little oil. Add the ham and pepper, cut into cubes. Cook for 2 minutes and add the beaten eggs with ...

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An appetizer for breakfast or as a snack between meals, which can be served both hot and cold.
These muffins are filling, delicious, nutritious and good-looking, which increases our appetite.
Why not go to children, school or office?

6 eggs
6 tablespoons milk
6 slices of raw-dried salami
1/2 red bell pepper
80 g raw-dried ham
100 g smoked cheese
50 g butter
12 cheese balls (recipe below)
cherry tomatoes - for garnish (optional)

Method of preparation :

Cut the salami and bell pepper into cubes. We cut the ham into thin, small slices.
In a larger bowl, break the eggs and mix them with the milk, salami cubes and peppers and ham.
Season and mix to homogenize.
Grease the muffin tins (silicone) with butter and place a ball of cheese balls in each shape, then carefully pour the omelet composition into each shape, until it is filled with three-quarters.
On top we grate smoked cheese.

I preheated the oven to 180 degrees.
Bake the muffins in the preheated oven for about 15 minutes. We test with the toothpick.
If they are cooked, we take them out of the oven and they can be served so hot.
Colds can be served with a yogurt sauce.

As I did cheese balls ? Simple:

300 gr cheese
1 or
2 tablespoons grated flour
1 knife tip with baking powder
frying oil

Grate the cheese on a grater with small holes, then mix with the rest of the ingredients until you get a not very compact dough.
We model balls the size of a walnut, which we place on a tray. It is not good to make very large balls because they will double in volume during frying.
When we're done, we put them one by one in the hot oil bath and we make sure there aren't too many so they don't stick together.
The cheese balls fry very quickly, so we must not leave them unattended.
We take them out on an absorbent napkin, when they become copper.

Culinary art with Doina

Preparation time:
15 minutes (low complexity)

For 2 persons:
4-6 eggs
20 g cheese
30 g smoked ribs (ham)
8-10 teaspoons of flour
4-6 olives
1 red peeled
a few parsley leaves
20 ml oil
salt, pepper (1 teaspoon mushroom concentrate)

Method of preparation:
In 2 bowls break the eggs (2 or 3 each). Season with salt, pepper, concentrate and add 4-5 teaspoons of flour to each. Mix with a pear-shaped wire (or blender).

Put 10 ml of oil (2-3 tablespoons) in a non-stick pan and pour the composition from the bowl. When it starts to thicken a little in half of the omelet, put slices of cheese, diced peeled tomatoes, a little greenery and small cubes of ribs or ham.
With a spatula, bend the free part of the omelet over the one with the filling. After 1 minute, turn the omelette on the other side.

After another 1 minute, take it out on a plate. Do the same with the second one.

Decorate with slices of tomato, cheese, olives and parsley leaves.
Good appetite.

Culinary art with Doina

In the Ten minutes the omelet is ready.
For two servings you need:
4 eggs
4 teaspoons grated flour
4 green onion threads
a few sprigs of parsley
2-3 slices of pressed ham, fillet muscles, etc.
30 g cheese
2 slices of melted cheese
tomatoes, cucumbers, radishes, etc. for decoration
4 tablespoons oil
salt, pepper to taste

Finely chop the green onions and ham, then sauté them in a tablespoon of oil for a few minutes on low heat. In 2 bowls mix with a small pear in the form of a pear 2 eggs with 2 teaspoons of flour, with a little salt and pepper to taste. Heat a non-stick pan with a little oil, pour an omelet until it covers the bottom of the pan, after 2-3 minutes put half of its surface half of the ham and onion filling, half of the cheese cut into thin slices and a few sprigs of parsley broken into larger pieces.

Using a spatula, close the Calzone omelette, turn it over after 1 minute and it is ready after another 2 minutes. Remove it on a plate and do the same with the second. While they are still hot, place melted cheese on top of them and decorate with greenery and thin slices of radish, tomato, cucumber, etc. as a salad.

It's an ad-hoc table without knowing it. Besides the fact that it looks very good, it is easy to make and it is delicious. It can also take the place of a frugal lunch. Good appetite.

Cheese chips

The procedure is very simple: sliced ​​cheese is cut into squares or triangles. They are put on baking paper, sprinkled with salt and various spices (I had a Greek mix and ground pepper) and put the tray in the oven heated to 120 degrees C. Check after 7-10 minutes. If necessary, change the position of the tray. Be careful, the chips can burn easily.

Remove to cool, then enjoy.

TOTAL: 100 grams, 365 calories, 23 proteins, 30 lipids, 0 carbohydrates, 0 fiber

Note: These calculations are approximate. If you follow a strict diet, I recommend you do your own calculations, starting from the concrete products used.

5 Based on 14 Review (s)

Omelette with potatoes and cheese!

Tasty and filling, this omelette with potatoes and cheese is only good for family breakfast!



1. Peel the potatoes and cut them into lengths.

2. Grease the pan with butter and place the potatoes in the shape of a flower.

3. Sprinkle the potatoes with salt, add ½ to a small glass of water and cook for about 20 minutes, until soft.

4. Beat the eggs with salt, black pepper and any of your favorite herbs.

5. Pour the egg mixture into the pan and cook the food under the lid for another 3-4 minutes.

6. Pass the cheese through the small grater, sprinkle the omelette and wait for it to melt.

Transfer the omelette with potatoes and cheese to the serving platter. We hope you like it and try this quick and easy recipe!

Muffins with quinoa and broccoli

I think you already know that they are fan muffins for dwarfs. I like that I can offer them either for dinner, if I have more I give them for breakfast on the 2nd day or for a snack, it depends. They are practical, easy to make and easy to clean. What could be simpler than putting all the ingredients in a bowl to mix and ready? Dream!! Today we have quinoa muffins in the program, in our country they had maximum success even with dads. Okay, he put some more ketchup on them to slide better :))).

I didn't have chicken eggs then, so I put 5 quail eggs which is equivalent to one chicken. Put what you have, I come out without problems in both cases. Also, if the babies are less than one year old, it must be cheese without added salt. I had not found, well I did not look for one without salt, so up to a year, I replaced, where possible, cheese with cottage cheese.

1 chicken egg (or about 4-5 quails)

50g grated cheese (salt-free mousse if babies are under one year old)

* Before boiling the quinoa, let it soak for at least 4 hours (the water should cover it well and add either a tablespoon of squeezed lemon or a tablespoon of yogurt). In this way, phytic acid is released and the nutrients it contains are better absorbed. Also, before putting it to boil, wash it thoroughly under running water, thus removing saponin, a substance found in its outer shell that gives it a bitter taste.

* As a tip, if you think you've boiled too much quinoa, use half of the preparation you're making now, and put the other half in a saucepan. It can be used successfully the next day in another preparation. As an idea, about 80 grams of raw quinoa resulted in boiling about 400g of quinoa. And as inspiration for other recipes you can find something here.

1. I turned on the oven to preheat it to medium heat, 180 degrees.

2. In a bowl, mix boiled and cooled quinoa, quail eggs (or chicken egg), finely chopped broccoli, crushed garlic, cheese and finely chopped green onions. If you want, now is the time to add some pepper powder.

If you want, you can boil broccoli for a few minutes before chopping it. It softens enough in the oven anyway, but you may want to wash a little more of the substances it is sprayed with.

3. I prepared the muffin tins and put the mixture.

4. I put them in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes until they coagulated nicely and browned slightly. I let them rest for 5 minutes in the forms and then I took them out.

Red onion omelette

Now that the green season has come, I often prepare parsley or larch omelette, combined with different vegetables, according to my imagination.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), March 5, 2010

Valentina, lots of visiting. Pup!

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), March 5, 2010

We really like the new Mihaela Cecilia.

valentina ionita (Chef de cuisine), March 5, 2010

mihaela cecilia (Chef de cuisine), March 5, 2010

It looks super good and I imagine it is also very good.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), September 9, 2009

Dicarmencita, test it and see that it really is very good. Thanks for the wishes.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), September 9, 2009

Thanks for the wishes, stone flowers.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

Thanks for the wishes, stone flowers.

Cely Snijec (Chef), September 8, 2009

It looks very good and I think it is very tasty.

dicarmencitta1957 (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

Mother, what goodness, looks grade 20, congratulations. Happy birthday Maria.

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

Thanks for the wishes, stone flowers.

stone flowers (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

Good omelets. all. Bravo! and happy birthday!

maria mihalache (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

Sidy and George really like it. and in winter she likes it a little improved, that is, with some bacon through it. only care must be taken with cholesterol.

Sidy (Chef), September 8, 2009

A goodness Medi. I also do it quite often for my husband, who melts for this omelet.

mariana scarlat (Chef de cuisine), September 8, 2009

I make the same omelet but with green onions and after I put the eggs I put it in the oven. I'll try red onions too.