There are few things that beat the aroma of breakfast. Especially with the fragrance of a fresh pot of organic coffee and our beefy organic vegetarian omelet simmering in the pan.

Before we get to the details, just a quick disclaimer. We don’t claim to be any kind of culinary expert. We’re just sharing what we like to eat. Occasionally this may be very experimental.


Since this is a blog about all things greeny, please assume that you should use organic products and ingredients wherever possible 🙂

  • 3 eggs
  • 50ml Organic Soya milk
  • One stalk organic spring onion
  • One fresh organic green pepper
  • A Hand full of mushrooms
  • 3 Tablespoons sesame seeds
  • ¼ Tin whole peeled tomatoes
  • Pinch of dry organic basil or a couple of fresh organic basil leaves
  • Teaspoon organic sugar
  • Salt and pepper to taste (we use Himalayan salt)
  • Coconut oil


organic vegetarian omelet

The filling:

  1. Chop green pepper in small chunks and slice the mushrooms. Fry this in a separate pan to taste. We like to caramelize it slightly
  2. Add the sesame seeds at the end and fry for a ± 1 minute
  3. Add the sugar
  4. When the sugar is nicely caramalised add chopped whole peeled tomatoes and let it simmer in the pan for ±5 minutes
  5. If you are using dried basil, you can add it now, but if you are using fresh basil, sprinkle the leaves over the omelet at the end.

The omelet:

  1. Mix the soya milk and eggs
  2. Chop spring onions and add to the egg & soya mixture
  3. Pour mixture in a warm, well-oiled (with coconut oil) pan.
  4. When the mixture is almost cooked through, add the filling and spoon it over one half of the omelet. If you are inclined to it, you can sprinkle over a handful of organic cheese.
  5. Now flip the ‘empty’ half over the topping and leave for a minute or two.
  6. Carefully loosen the omelet from the pan with a spatula. Dish up. Enjoy!

This is normally enough for me and my husband to share with a few slices of home made bread and organic coffee. Konings kos.


Aloha! I'm Carien. I live in South Africa in an area called the Swartland (Black Land). I live on a small holding (Homestead) and I am a full time house wife with one husband (yes, only one), one son, one dog, a few sheep and plenty of chickens. Living as natural as possible is a passion of mine. Inclined to a mostly organic vegetarian diet I tend to post healthy food recipes, green tips and information on natural and organic and natural living.

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