The leek omelet is a breakfast side dish that my mother often burns as a child. She said that the egg is more, the leek is less, and the fried side is slightly bitter and best. (This time I turned a little anxious. I didn’t fry it, so I didn’t make it, I will do it again next time.)
The material is prepared and the leek is washed and ready for use.
Cut the leeks into small pieces, add the eggs, and mix the salt evenly.
Fry in a pan, wait until one side is fried to golden, turn over and fry. Both sides are golden, you can cut the pot into pieces.