Nectarine starter and an omelette

I like to mix fruits and savoury. I had some nectarines at home and after having a think about whether to make a starter or a dessert I decided that a dessert was too obvious so a starter it was.

I had a look around and decided to pair it with cottage cheese, I wanted a bit of a flavour burst and added some spring onion and some blue cheese to add natural saltiness. Last I gave it a drizzle of my best olive oil and a twist with the pepper mill.

Nectarine starter 

Preparation time 5 minutes 

Cooking time 0 minutes 

Serves 2


  • 1 nectarine 
  • 2 tbsp cottage cheese
  • blue cheese
  • 1 spring onion
  • pepper
  • olive oil

Slice the nectarine fine and place on a plate. Add the cottage cheese, the pepper an spring onion an drizzle with extra virgin olive oil before serving.


I didn’t feel like doing any food shopping so I decided to make an open faced omelette as a main course, with what I could find in the fridge. Sometimes they work out the best.

Open fridge omelette 

Preparation time 10 minutes 

Cooking time 10 minutes 

Serves 2


  • 4 eggs 
  • 1 tsp creme fraiche
  • 1 small yellow onion
  • 2 small potatoes
  • 1 piece of courgette
  • oil for cooking
  • salt & pepper


  • 4 radishes
  • 1 spring onion
  • 3 tsp of cottage cheese
  • grated cheese
  • 3 tomatoes
  • slices of parma ham

Mix the egg, creme fraiche, salt and pepper and set aside.

Peel the potatoes, chop the onion and cube the courgette. Cut up the tomatoes, slice the radishes and the spring onion.


Pan fry the potatoes until just cooked, then add the onion and the courgette, let cook until just done.


The add the egg mixture and let cook until just done. Take off the heat and add the garnish, the tomatoes, spring onion, cottage cheese and the parma ham.


I have entered this to Javelin Warriors always challenging cooking from scratch Made with Love Mondays


2 Responses to “Nectarine starter and an omelette”
  1. A very tasty starter and omelet, Petra! I love nectarine (more than peaches, actually) and this starter is so easy to make it would be perfect for hot summer evenings…

    • petra08 says:

      hi Mark
      Not really cooking but as you said, nice and light! And I agree on the nectarine vs peach even if I like both 🙂 Thanks for hosting this great challenge!

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