The uniqueness of this omelette consists in the combination of sour apples, lightly browned onion and melted cheese.
This is one of my favourite childhood recipes. Now, I make it for my daughters. The basic and decisive ingredient for the success of this recipe is the sweet and soft bun. You can also use any type of toast or plain white bread. Sometimes
I use rye bread instead.
You’ll always find a slice of sweet, salty, soft, or dry brânză [‘brɨnzə] in every Moldovan house. Brânză is a typical fresh white cow, sheep or goat cheese, very popular in Moldova. Locals get their dairy products either from relatives that live in the village or from the local market.