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As many of you know by now, I rarely cook the same thing twice, and the different leafy vegetables offered by nature’s pantry here in Niger (known by foreigners as famine food) is allowing me to find numerous twists no matter what I make!

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For this solar cooker omelet recipe, I started off by mixing fresh tomatoes and dried Eden leaves.

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I then added garlic, spices and eggs,

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…mixed it all together…

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…and then placed it in the solar oven, where I left it to slow-cook in the sun for free while I was off to work!

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Coming home, we enjoyed a sunfilled siesta on the veranda with this tasty green omelet. My mother would have loved it as she was always into cooking with (natural) colours. I’m throughly amazed at what Nature’s Pantry has to offer, and can’t wait to discover more!