Eggs are one of the richest sources of vitamin B12. According to USDA, 100 grams of boiled eggs contains 1.1 micrograms of vitamin B12.
According to the USDA’s estimate, egg in its hard-boiled form contains more vitamin B12 than in any of its recipes. For example, 100 grams of omelette contain 0.8 micrograms of vitamin B12.
Therefore, depending on the type of food you eat throughout the day, you can decide how you want to eat your egg.
To prepare an egg omelet, you will need two eggs, some chopped vegetables (pre-cooked) to fill your omelet, a scoop of butter, some salt and black pepper, and other spices of your choice.
Heat the pan. Take a flat pan, not a kadhai, so that you can easily flip your omelet while cooking. Add butter, wait for it to melt. Add the vegetables; bake it for a while. Break the eggs into a bowl and beat well with salt and black pepper. Pour the egg over the vegetables. Let it cook on one side and then turn it over. Cook both sides well and then add the spices.