I made this dish when I wanted to cook something special on just an ordinary day for someone who has a sweet tooth. The use of grain or grainproducts was a no this time, and it turned out to be this surprisingly good omelet.
For 2 servings you will need:
1 ripe banana
3-4 tablespoons dessicated coconut
2 tablespoons dried mangopieces (or other dried fruit)
a dot of butter or coconut-oil
a little runny honey (optional)
The tools you will need:
a bowl, a fork, a whisk or electric mixer/beater, a frying pan, a large lid, a plate
This is how it is made:
1. Use the fork to mash the banana. Break the eggs and stir them with the banana. Add the coconut. Mix everything well together with the whisk of mixer, so no lumps will show anymore.
2. Stir in the dries mangopieces. Leave it to rest for about 10 minutes.
3. Melt the butter or coconut oil in the frying pan. Stir the egg mixture once again, en pour it in the frying pan. Bake the omelet on a medium heat until the underneath side is golden-brown. Turn with the help of the large lid the omelet over, to have a slight colour on that side as well.
4. Slide the omelet on the plate and serve. For lovers of extra sweetness you can dribble some honey on top of the omelet.
Dutch version of this recipe: Kokos-omelet