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Collagen and Prawn Omelette

Collagen and Prawn Omelette

Preparation Time | 5 mins

Cooking Time | 10 mins

Servings | 1

By | Mimi Spencer - Pimped by WillPowders

Full of good fats, protein rich and keto friendly, this delicious prawn omelette is a brilliant way of upping the amino acid ante, fuelling your brain and body and keeping those pesky cravings at bay.

Method

Step 1

Dry your prawns on kitchen paper and squeeze the grated courgette to remove excess water. Mix your prawns and courgette together.

Step 2

Separate your eggs whites and whisk until stiff peaks form. Mix your yolks with the collagen, MCT Keto Creamer tabasco, salt and pepper.

Step 3

With a metal spoon, gently fold your eggs whites in with your yolk mixture.

Step 4

Melt your butter or MCT Oil in a medium sized pan that is suitable for the grill, and fry your prawn and courgette mixture for a minute or two. Add your egg mixture and cook until the the omelette sets - finish under the grill if you want.

Ingredients

  • 30g of wild caught Prawns, cooked and peeled.
  • 1/2 Courgette, grated
  • 2 organic Eggs
  • A dash of Tabasco
  • 1 large scoop of Collagen
  • 1 large scoop of MCT Keto Creamer
  • Salt and Pepper
  • A knob of grass-fed Butter, or MCT Oil
  • Freshly chopped Parsley

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