It’s sweet, nutty, spicy and juicy. It smacks, once again, of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches but with lively flavors that no kid’s lunch box could ever dream of. Nurit says, “Mmmmmmmmmmm good.”
4. Good quality olive oil. Lots of it. I started using the one you see in the picture from Eretz Gashur. It is mighty fine. I don’t know if they export but I’ll find out and get back to you.
PREPARATION — same as previous omelet posts. Refer them by clicking on the “Omelet” category.
B’Tayavon. Enjoy one heck of an omelet.