Turkey Omelet

Now, this is a healthy and filling Sunday brunch. It can be coupled with French toast or a bagel.

What I used: serves 4
6 eggs
2 cups red pepper
Salt to taste
Grated cheese (optional)
To prepare the turkey filling:
1 cup ground turkey
½ tsp coriander powder
¼ tsp red chili powder
Salt to taste
½ cup onion diced
½ cup fresh or frozen peas

In a little saucepan, roast the ground turkey until they turn brown. Add onions and peas, cook for a couple of minutes. Add the powders and roast well. Turn off the heat and set aside.
In a medium sized bowl, add all the eggs and beat them until they double in quantity.
Heat up a medium-large saucepan.  When it starts to smoke, turn the heat to medium; grease the pan with some non stick cooking spray. Pour about ¾ cup of the beaten eggs. Turn the pan around, to make a wide omelet. Sprinkle red pepper around the perimeter. Scoop about ½ cup of ground meat, and place it in the middle of the egg.  Add in the grated cheese. Cover and let cook until the egg cooks through and cheese melts. Flip one edge over the other to make it a semi circle. Serve hot. Enjoy!