Cassava Omelettes Recipe For Breakfast


Omelets don't just have to be eggs! We can make it only with cassavas, potatoes, or local vegetables in your area.


This time I made an omelette from cassavas for breakfast.


The ingredients needed and how to make it are very simple, then suitable for breakfast.

In addition to breakfast, here my family and I enjoy this food as a snack in the afternoon for friends to drink coffee.


  • 500 grams of cassava, puree with a blender.
  • 1/2 cup margarine
  • one teaspoon of vanilla powder
  • pinch of salt

Cooking Instructions



  • After cassava is blended, filter the results. Separate cassava water.


The water from this cassava blender can be used as starch for other cake mixes.

  • Mix the cassava mixture with margarine, vanilla, and salt.
  • Then cook in a nonstick pan to form an omelette.
  • Don't forget to flip the dough when the top side looks brown.
  • Raise and serve


You can also add stock vegetables or other fruita on top of the omelette.



From a simplicity of recipes, I learned to appreciate life that has given us so many gifts today.

Happy weekend!



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I never thought to do this with potato pancakes, to remove the liquid and reserve it for starch. Great idea!

Yeah, usually I make starch flour from cassavas and then potatoes. You can be dried the starch about 2-3 days before you save them as a stock.

Thanks for stopping by @owasco :)

Looks yummy! Thanks so much for sharing your recipe with us.

p.s. The little green stuff animal is very cute. I like it. ;)

You have to try this recipe because I think in your area there is cassava, maybe? :)

The little green stuff wants to eat omelette too. lol

Thanks for stopping by :)

You're welcome!

Yes, we also have cassava. Will try your recipe accordingly. Many thanks for your suggestion. ;)