Mozzarella Pineapple Omelette

Total Time: 10mins


  • 3 eggs, beaten with salt
  • Mozzarella cheese, 3 oz
  • Pineapple bits, about 6
  • Assorted sliced vegetables – Carrots, spring onions, beans, bell peppers
  • 1/2 tbsp butter
  • Basil
  • Salt to taste


  • Make your omelette batter with the eggs beaten with salt and basil
  • Heat olive oil, at low-medium flame, in a pan and pour batter to cover entire pan. Close pan with glass lid.
  • Once the omelette looks fluffy, spread the shredded mozzarella cheese and throw in the pineapple bits.
  • Now “close” the omelette by folding it along the diameter.
  • Leave your super cheesy omelette on the plate while you saute the veggies in butter and salt – Feel free to season as you wish!

This honestly took me only 5 mins as I had the veggies cut already! Super easy and super filling!


  • Total calories ~ 500
  • Protein ~ 38
  • Fat ~ 34
  • Carbs ~ 10

Eating a little bit of pineapple occasionally is pretty awesome for you. From Mark Sisson,

is the only food which contains natural bromelain, a group of enzymes that aid in digestion, reduce inflammation, reduce swelling, and speed healing. Bromelain is great for those with muscle and joint injuries, arthritis, gout and other inflammation issues. You do have to eat the pineapple fresh (emphasis is mine), however – cooking deactivates the bromelain.Pineapple is a rich source of manganese, an important mineral. Among many important roles as a cofactor, manganese helps superoxide dismutase do its free-radical-bustin’ job.

Pineapple is loaded with antioxidant vitamin C, too!

Recipe: Ranjani Shanker

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  • Lavanya Raja Ram
    May 18, 2011

    Hey, this sounds heavenly.. I love eggs as they blend well with any ingredient and tastes superb practically with anything… I will try this one tomorrow :-)

  • Mamatha
    June 1, 2011

    Ranjani, I made this today – it was SO flavorful. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I used pecorino romano instead of mozzarella as that is what i had on hand. I might add pickled jalapenos next time to lend it that hawaiian pizza kind of taste.

  • ranju
    June 2, 2011

    @Lavanya – Did you try it out? How was it?

    • Lavanya
      June 2, 2011

      Unf not! What with all the packing and moving… Am buying an oven-toaster-grill combo here and will test it on the unsuspecting folks here!

  • ranju
    June 2, 2011

    @Lavanya – I’m glad! The pickled jalapenos would make it drool worthy! I’m gonna try that myself for sure..

  • Shubha
    June 7, 2011

    Wow Ranjini…. this looks so tempting and delicious…:) I am surely gonna dry it… Btw what is that green in the pic? is it beans of snap peas? I am goona try this…:)

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