Egg White Omelette Recipe – Veg Vegan Meat

Egg White Omelette or Omelet is a fluffy, filling and delicious dish loaded with flavors of spinach and basic veggies. It is usually made with beaten egg Whites, veggies, green sand some basic seasoning. The recipe I have shared here shows you how to make Egg White Omelet with easy step-by-step instructions for you to try and enjoy at home.

I have also shared a detailed video of this recipe to make the cooking process simple and clear. This Egg White Omelet is one of the healthy omelette recipes that can be a perfect breakfast to start your day or to enjoy as a side dish for lunch and dinner.

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What is Egg White Omelette?

Egg White Omelette is a healthy breakfast filled with flavors of spinach and veggies. It is usually made with beaten eggs, veggies, greens, and basic seasonings. This homemade Egg White Omelet is fluffy and one of the filling dishes that are perfect to serve as a breakfast or for lunch and dinner.

Even though the classic omelet is usually stuffed with filling and then folded I have not flipped or folded the omelet. Instead, it is cooked with veggies and green in low heat until fluffy.

As all of you know omelets are cooked with egg white and yolk, this particular recipe is for those who cannot consume egg yolk for some reason. It is also one of the best alternatives for regular omelets if you are looking to cut down the fat for weight loss. And the best part is it comes in under 30 minutes and it is a healthy filling meal.

Ingredients

The ingredients you will need to make this Egg White omelet are basic seasonings and some veggies. So let’s see what they are below.

Egg White Omelette ingredients on a table
  • Egg Whites – I have used five eggs white for this recipe but feel free to adjust the quantity as per your preference
  • Spinach – Loaded with healthy nutrients and vitamins
  • Bell pepper – I have used green bell pepper here, but feel free to use any colors
  • Onion and Tomato – Onions and tomatoes gives nice flavor and taste to your omelet
  • Seasoning Powders – I have used chili flakes, white pepper powder here and you can also use garlic powder, dried herbs, and other fresh herbs like cilantro or parsley
  • Oil – Cooking oil or butter

How to make Egg White Omelet?

The recipe I have shared here is Egg White Omelet with spinach and other basic veggies. It is a healthy dish and you do not need to fold or flip the omelette here. Instead, I have cooked it in a low heat without flipping which delivers a super fluffy omelet.

Cooked Egg White Omelette in a plate

Following are the high-level instructions to make this dish but for detailed step-by-step instructions with photos and video, please check out the recipe card below.

  • Separate the Egg White – In a bowl, crack the eggs and remove the egg white alone (do not discard the yolks you can use them to make custard pudding, ice creams, and more delicious desserts)
  • Season – Season the egg whites with salt, white pepper powder, and chili flakes
  • Beat the whites – Beat the egg whites until it turns frothy and reserves them for later use
  • Saute the onion – In a pan with medium heat, pour oil and add the onions and saute until it turns soft
  • Saute the veggies – Add the green bell pepper, and tomatoes and stir for a minute. Then add the spinach and saute to wilt
  • Add the eggs – Add the beaten egg whites to the veggie mixture and spread them evenly
  • Simmer and cook – Simmer the heat and close the pan with its lid and cook the egg until it puffs up
  • Serve – Open the lid and now the healthy Egg White Omelet is ready for you to taste and enjoy. Serve this delicious Egg White Omelette for breakfast, or lunch and dinner

Calories

This Egg White Omelet contains 175 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change any of the ingredients. You can also find the detailed nutritional information in the recipe card below.

Tips

  • For Fluffy Omelet – Beating the egg white until frothy delivers a fluffy omelet. You can use a hand whisk or electric blender to achieve the desired consistency
  • Fillings – You use onions, bell peppers, tomato, spinach, mushroom, and similar other veggies to make a healthy dish
  • Flip or not flip – I haven’t flipped the omelet here but you can also feel free to flip or fold the omelet according to your preferences
  • Leftover Yolk – You can use the leftover yolk to make custard pudding, chocolate pudding, cream brulee, and some other delicious kids friendly desserts

Storage Suggestions

I would suggest enjoying or serving this omelet as soon as it is prepared. But as always you can store the leftovers in the refrigerator in an air-tight container for a day.

Serving Suggestions

Serve this healthy egg white omelet with some toast, avocado, and a healthy drink for a filling breakfast. You can also enjoy this omelette for lunch and dinner as well.

You could also find similar recipes below and more at Omelet Recipes and Egg Recipes.

Egg White Omelet Recipe video

I have also shared a detailed video of this Egg White Omelet Recipe below that I hope will help you to make a healthy dish at home. And you could also find this recipe in a story format.

📖 Recipe

Yield: 1 serving

Egg White Omelet

Egg White Omelette in a plate

Egg White Omelette is a fluffy, filling and delicious dish loaded with flavors of spinach and basic veggies. It is usually made with beaten egg whites, veggies, greens and some basic seasoning. This Egg White Omelet is one of the healthy omelette recipes that can be a perfect breakfast to start your day or to enjoy as a side dish for lunch and dinner.

Prep Time
5 minutes

Cook Time
10 minutes

Total Time
15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 5 Egg Whites

  • 2 tbsp Onion, chopped

  • 2 tbsp Green Bell Pepper, chopped

  • 2 tbsp Tomato, chopped

  • ½ cup Spinach, loosely packed

  • 1 tsp Oil

  • Salt, as needed

  • ½ tsp Chili Flakes

  • ¼ tsp White Pepper Powder

Notes

  1. For Fluffy Omelet – Beating the egg white until frothy delivers a fluffy omelet. You can use a hand whisk or electric blender to achieve the desired consistency
  2. Fillings – You use onions, bell peppers, tomato, spinach, mushroom, and similar other veggies to make a healthy dish
  3. Flip or not flip – I haven’t flipped the omelet here but you can also feel free to flip or fold the omelet according to your preferences
  4. Leftover Yolk – You can use the leftover yolk to make custard pudding, chocolate pudding, cream brulee, and some other delicious kids friendly desserts

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving:

Calories: 175Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 921mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 3gSugar: 4gProtein: 22g

Disclaimer: Nutrition information comes from third-party apps and calculators. The information is purely an estimate and provided for information purposes only. You should not rely on this information as a substitute for, nor does it replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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FAQ

What is Egg White Omelet?

Egg White Omelette is a healthy breakfast filled with flavors of spinach and veggies. It is usually made with beaten eggs, veggies, greens, and basic seasonings. This homemade Egg White Omelet is fluffy and one of the filling dishes that are perfect to serve as a breakfast or for lunch and dinner.

Is Egg White Omelette healthy?

Yes, Egg White Omelette are healthy and they are high in protein but low in calories. It is one of the best alternatives for regular omelets, especially when you are in weight loss.

How many calories are there in Egg White Omelet?

This Egg White Omelet contains 175 calories per serving and it is an estimation by the nutrition calculator. The calorie count may change if you change any of the ingredients. You can also find detailed nutritional information in the recipe card above.

I hope you enjoyed the recipe that I have shared here and I would love to hear from you about how it turned out for you. Please let me know.

If you have any other questions, feel free to post them in the comment section below and I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.

Happy Cooking!

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