Artichoke omelette recipe step by step, easy to make

How to make an artichoke omelet

The artichoke It stands out for being a delicious and tasty food, widely used in the kitchen of our country, where it is common to find a wide variety of popular recipes and traditional dishes in which it becomes the main ingredient. Like in the Artichokes Omelet on whose exquisite recipe we wish to speak to you on this occasion.

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Its preparation is extremely easy and simple, it can be consumed as a first course in any lunch, or even as a snack at any time of the morning, thanks to the fact that it is a light recipe with interesting health benefits. Do you dare to prepare it ?.

Ingredients:

  • 9 fresh artichokes
  • 60 g of flour
  • 5 eggs
  • The juice of 1 lemon
  • 130 ml extra virgin olive oil
  • Ground black pepper
  • Salt

preparation:

First try to clean the artichokes a little, especially if they have some dirt. Then carefully cut the top of these, and remove the leaves plus doubts. Now cut the stem through the base. Wash them, cut them into four pieces and reserve.

Split the lemon in half and squeeze it to get your juice. Put it in a bowl with cold water and add the sliced ​​artichokes, leaving them to soak for 15 minutes. After this time, drain and dry them.

Put flour in a large bowl and coat the artichokes in it.

Put olive oil in a large pan and, when hot, fry the artichokes little by little until you notice that they are lightly browned. Then squeeze them on absorbent paper.

Beat the eggs lightly in a bowl. Then add the ground pepper and salt. Remove the oil once cold. Now put two tablespoons of oil in the same pan and, when hot, put the artichokes and then the beaten egg. Let it cook well for 5 minutes. Carefully turn it over and set it on the other side. List!.

Artichokes Omelet

What benefits do artichokes offer us?

Regarding the different benefits offered by the artichoke, especially when we consume it regularly, it is a vegetable with interesting qualities against high levels of high cholesterol, in addition to being useful in case of high blood pressure. In addition, from a nutritional point of view, it provides vitamin A and C, flavonoids with hepatoprotective and inulin effects, laxative and diuretic action.

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