Whisk together eggs and egg whites with 1/2 teaspoon of water until foamy. Heat an oiled pan (preferably cast iron) to high until water spits on the surface.
Make sure all your omelette filling ingredients are ready to go. The vegetables and mushrooms should be finely chopped. Tear the basil leaves to release the aroma.
Pour the egg mix into the pan. Push back the sides of the omelette so that the middle runs out to the sides. This will also keep the omelette from sticking later.
When the omelette has bubbled but is not completely cooked, turn down the burner a notch (in between high and medium high).
Gently place the goat cheese, chanterelles mushrooms and vegetables of your choice on the omelette, off to the side. It should take up not quite half of the omelette's surface. Let sit for a few seconds.
Pull back the empty half of the omelette and fold over the stuffing. Press down with the spatula. Flip over. Let sit for a few seconds. Fold the omelette again so it is quartered.
Remove immediately. Can be kept warm in a 200 °F (90 °C) oven if you are making another. Plate by sprinkling a few basil leaves on top.
Note: making these types of omelettes is very tricky and can take you a few tries to get it completely right. Once you can you can then impress your friends :)
There are 209 calories in 1 serving of Goat Cheese and Vegetables Omelette.
Calorie split: 38% fat, 10% carbs, 52% protein.
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* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.