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Egg & Tuna Omelette
For something different, try an egg and tuna omelette cooked in the air fryer

Egg & Tuna Omelette

If you have the right accessory for your air fryer you can even cook an omelette. Talk about versatility. Cook the omelette just like you would in a frying pan but on a lower heat. Add some cheese for a tasty treat.

Servings 1Person
Prep Time 5mins
Temp 170 ° Cor 340 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
Worldwide

Egg & Tuna Omelette
For something different, try an egg and tuna omelette cooked in the air fryer

Egg & Tuna Omelette

If you have the right accessory for your air fryer you can even cook an omelette. Talk about versatility. Cook the omelette just like you would in a frying pan but on a lower heat. Add some cheese for a tasty treat.

Servings 1Person
Prep Time 5mins
Temp 170 ° Cor 340 ° F
Course
Cuisine

Main Course
Worldwide

Calories

162.6

Fat

5.5g

Saturates

1.4g

Protein

23.8g

Carbs

3.4g

Sugars

1.2g

Salt

461.2mg

Fibre

0.5g

Per Serving

Calories

162.6

Fat

5.5g

Saturates

1.4g

Protein

23.8g

Carbs

3.4g

Sugars

1.2g

Salt

461.2mg

Fibre

0.5g

Per Serving

Ingredients
  • 3Small Eggs
  • Thickened Cream
  • Milk
  • 3Small Cans Lemon & Black Pepper Tuna

Units:

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 170 ° C or 340 ° F which usually takes around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Mix the ingredients together and pour into the air fryer pan accessory.
  • Cook for 30 minutes.

Method
  • Preheat the air fryer to 170 ° C or 340 ° F which usually takes around 3 minutes depending on the air fryer.
  • Mix the ingredients together and pour into the air fryer pan accessory.
  • Cook for 30 minutes.

Recipe Notes

* No Oil necessary
* Requires a pan accessory

Use small pan on rack in lower position. 3 small eggs, thickened cream, a little milk, and 3 small cans of lemon and plack pepper tuna. (use own choice of filling)

Submitted by Russell. Thanks Russell

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2017-12-29T11:17:03+00:002 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Joan November 17, 2018 at 12:52 am - Reply

    Cook for 30 minutes? Maybe should be 3 mins?

    • gleff November 17, 2018 at 1:41 am - Reply

      Perhaps yourself or someone can verify it and if confirmed, I’ll change it. Incidentally though. I made a regular omelette once and it took over 3 minutes. I can’t remember what it took though. I’m happy to change it if someone can verify.

      Thanks for the heads up. I always like to correct the data if it’s incorrect. I’m not able to verify all user submissions myself.

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