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Fluffy,soufflé OMELETTE with pear and honey

Fluffy,soufflé OMELETTE with pear and honey

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Buying someone a good present can be very tricky.You might know the person well, question his or her family and still buy something they don’t quite like,flowers they are allergic too, scarf in a colour they don’t wear or a book they have already read.Of course boys are so much easier!A bottle of quality booze will make every man happy!I don’t think this struggle to get someone a right pressie apply to mums though….My mum posted me an early birthday gift the other day.A cookbook.Of course 🙂 But she had no idea I couldn’t wait to get my hands on THAT particular book since the day it came out.She bought it as she thought I would probably like it!PROBABLY!?She also sent me a bottle of perfumes that she thought would be right for me,not knowing it is one of my favourite scents 🙂 How does she do it!?

Of course my mum wouldn’t be herself if she only posted me a book and a bottle of perfumes….so she also decided to sent 2 massive jars of honey, 10 jars of home made jams, 8 jars of home made pickled sour gherkins,4 jars of her own tomato puree and 2 jars of local forest blueberries .The parcel weighing 30 kilos travelled 1,639.7 km within 6 days, all the way from Poland to make one little daughter happy on the other side of Europe 🙂 Mums are the best!It doesn’t matter if you see each other every day, or last time you met was a year ago, it doesn’t matter if you are 5 years old kid or 29 years old independent woman, MUMS always know how to make their children happy 🙂 When I said to her that she shouldn’t have troubled herself she answered that it ”makes her happy too that she can sent us a taste of family home” 🙂

Today’s recipe was strongly inspired by one of the recipes from my new book –”O jabłkach”(About Apples) by Eliza Mórawska,although there is no apples in it.It’s a very fluffy omelette with honeyed pears.As I used raw thyme honey I thought I’ll garnish the dish with some fresh thyme which I always have on my kitchen’s windowsill.Feel free to use any raw honey for this recipe or if you not as keen on it as I am,add your favourite sweetener.

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serves 2


4 eggs
pinch of salt
2 pears,sliced(without nests and seeds)
1-2 tablespoons raw honey
3 tablespoons of grated cheese(small grate)
1 tablespoon butter
thyme(for garnish-optional)


1.Heat an oven to 180 C/365F.
2.Place sliced pears in a pan with honey and heat until soft(it will only take a couple of minutes).
3.Place egg whites in a bowl and whip until soft peaks, mix in the yolks, one by one, mixing with a spoon,add grated cheese salt.
4.Grease generously a 9” iron pan with butter,pour the egg mixture into it and put pear slices on the top.
5.Bake for 20-25 minutes until knife inserted halfway between centre and outer edge comes out clean.
6.Loosen omelette edge with spatula and serve immediately with raw honey and fresh thyme if you like.

Hope you like it xxx


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7 komentarzy

  1. Rachel Ballard

    03/11/2014 at 19:14

    As usual Bea–beautiful shots. I love that you can see how much thought goes into each shot before you take it. I see a lot of work behind your images and I just love looking at them. Each one truly does tell a story. You are such a gifted stylist and photographer (and hinge maker!)

    Truly wonderful work!


    • Bea

      03/11/2014 at 19:20

      Awwwww THANKS a million Rachel! :*


  2. Patrycja

    21/12/2014 at 20:49

    Yes, Bea mumms are the best 🙂 and they know who to make their children happy. I’m sure as well that your mum is really proud of you. You know how to share your passion with others… this website proves it. Really wellvfone


    • Bea

      21/12/2014 at 21:24

      Thank you xxx Sending big hugs x


  3. Patrycja

    21/12/2014 at 20:50

    Well done 🙂 that’s my last sentence from the previous post 🙂


  4. Petra

    17/02/2015 at 00:28

    Are you copying „What should I eat for breakfast”?? You are far away. my dear… 😉


    • Bea

      17/02/2015 at 18:31

      Thank you for comparing me to Marta as I think she is freaking amazing and as you noticed totally inimitable 😉 Of course I have far to go yet,but I’m loving the journey 🙂 All the best for you!


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