Ohhh my lurfff.. it’s soooo good!
Gosh why didn’t I make these sooner?
PS: no carrots but sweet potatoes have the same color!
Ingredients (per serving):
🥪 1 cup thinly sliced cabbage
🥪 1/3 cup Julienned sweet potato
🥪 1/2 stalk green onion, thinly sliced
🥪 handful parsley, chopped
🥪 1/4 tsp ground black pepper
🥪 1/3 tsp salt
🥪 2 large eggs
🥪 2 slices bread
🥪 2 slices ham
🥪 1 thick cheese slice
🥪 tomato ketchup and mayonaise
1. Combine sweet potato, cabbage, green onion, parsley, pepper, and salt in a bowl and massage until soft. Add eggs, mix, set aside.
2. Butter both sides of 2 bread slices and toast in a pan until brown. Remove from heat.
3. Heat 2/3 tbsp butter and add egg mixture on low-medium heat. Cook and fold until it holds shape and form a rectangle (size: 2x bread length). Cover with lid and allow the bottom to brown. Split the rectangle (so now you have 2 bread-sized square omelettes) and flip. Place 1 slice of cheese on one of the omelettes, cover and cook.
4. Place ham on the melted cheese and smear some mayonaise + tomato ketchup on the other egg. Fold the omelettes and place it between 2 slices of bread.
For more authenticity they sprinkle sugar on the egg, but I didn’t do it because I forgot.