(Health and Diet edition)
Onions 1-2 Bulbs
Tomatoes (Tomato paste is usable, but ruins the taste) - 1-2
Garlic (A single clove at most)
A frying pan.
A cutting board.
If you feel like it (Optional): Cucumbers, diced meat, powders (Chilli, White pepper, or anything else you feel like adding in).
Take the eggs - Break one and pour the contents into a small glass bowl. Take the second egg and pour only the white into the bowl. (The yellow/Yolk is full of Cholesterol and unnecessary calories, though if weight or health isn't a consideration feel free to pour it all in, or to add another egg).
Stir the bowl a bit with a knife until it's evenly mixed.
Take the tomato and slice it up as finely as you can into strips, cubes, keeping all of it. (I usually used just one tomato, or even half of one)
Take the onions, Garlic and any other vegetables and dice them up as finely as you feel like it. (And if you cry, then HAHA )
Take the frying pan , onto an oven and turn up the heat for a minute or two. Then, spray some cooking oil onto the pan before pouring everything onto the pan. (Make sure it's as wide and large as possible to prevent spills and for even cooking).
Stir the contents a bit for an even mix, and add some cooking salt, pepper, herbs, spices or whatever you want (Optional- only the S&P Is really needed).
Take another frying pan and cover the "cooking" pan up, to trap the heat, otherwise you'll end up with a burnt and a wet half.
Wait a few minutes, until it's reasonably solid (but still a "runny"/wet/liquid on the top), then slap it onto your plate and enjoy
Healthy, easy to make, and infinitely versatile.
The only other things I know how to cook are a slab of 200g Fillette steak or fish fillette, and I'm sure no-one's interested in lemon or Salt+Pepper tips
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