Can you feel the heat of the sun and humidity during daytime? The summer season has definitely arrived in the Philippines!
Aside from graduation ceremonies and out-of-school activities, it’s also the time when most ‘barkadas’ (group of friends) and families go on a trip for a vacation somewhere far away such as the beach. It’s the time when most young adults are figure-conscious for that beach-ready body.
But let me tell you, we don’t have to starve ourselves to maintain that sexy body. One trick is to minimize you carbohydrate intake at night. During daytime you can still enjoy your food and stay fit at the same time!
This is one of the reasons I love breakfast. It’s the time of day I can binge-eat because we can use up all the calories we ate for the rest of the day. More so, protein-rich San Marino Tuna Flakes has helped me stay fit as it has been part of my diet since middle of last year.
Today, we’re featuring a recipe that’s not only yummy but also healthy, made with the natural tuna goodness of San Marino Tuna Flakes in an easy-open can.
Here is the San Marino Cheesy Tuna Omelette Recipe:
- 1 can of San Marino Tuna Flakes
- 1/2 cup grated cheese
- 3 tablespoons cream cheese
- 1/4 cup milk
- 2 teaspoons oil
- 1 small onion, chopped
- 1 small red pepper, chopped
- 4 eggs
- salt and pepper to taste
Optional: 1 tablespoon finely chopped celery or parsley
- Whisk together the eggs, milk, salt and pepper.
- Combine the ingredients San Marino Tuna Flakes, onion, red pepper, cream cheese and cheddar cheese.
- Heat a non-stick frying pan with 1 tbsp of butter over medium heat.
- Pour in the egg mixture and spread out of the pan.
- Sprinkle cheddar cheese on half of it after the eggs mixture are set
- Add tuna mixture onto the same half with the cheese; fold half over the filling.
- Cover pan, and remove from heat.
- Allow omelet to rest in covered pan until the cheese is melted.
- After cooking, transfer the San Marino Cheesy Tuna Omelette to a plate and serve hot. You may sprinkle chopped parsley for spice and color.