Omelette nettle

Omelette nettle

Ingredients
400 g of nettle, 40 g of melted butter, 100 grams of onion, 2 eggs, salt, coriander to taste

Fresh young nettle leaves, boil until tender, drain. Saute the onions until golden brown in melted butter.
Mix nettles and onions, add green coriander, salt, and again put out.The mixture was put on a greased pan, align and pour the beaten eggs.
Bake until cooked.

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Rosana says:

    How long to you cook the omelette for? I never cooked with nettle before. Interesting recipe R

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  2. You have quite an interesting blog, I had never heard of this recipe before, thanks for sharing! If possible please share a pic of the dish as well!

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  3. I have never tasted nettle. It's not something eaten much in the U.S. I'd be interested in giving it a try.

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  4. I had to Google nettle, never heard of that herb before. Sounds like it has some wonderful health benefits!

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  5. Cori Large says:

    I don't think nettles are common where I live, but this is an interesting recipe where you seem to be using what is available to you.

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  6. The combination of nettles and green coriander sounds really interesting. I had never heard of nettles either. Thanks!

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  7. I hadn't heard of this before but sound tasty.

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  8. Sarah Ann says:

    I would never have thought about using nettle in cooking but this sounds delicious!

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  9. Paola Cioppi says:

    I had never heard of nettle before, and I don't think I have had it yet.

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  10. I have never heard of cooking with Nettle. Where would you find fresh nettle?

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  11. If the city, in parks to see, and generally in any forest it grows

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  12. until tender πŸ™‚ it is important that the eggs were not raw, that is as regular omelette. Nettles can be eaten raw

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  13. Unfortunately this is a recipe from the book in 1955, so the pictures of the finished dishes are not ready yet πŸ™‚

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  14. Absolutely health benefits πŸ™‚

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