Egg Omelet Recipe
Egg omelet recipes including on this page:
- Made to order omelets
- Egg White Omelet Recipe
- Western Omelet Recipe
- Cheese Omelet Recipe
- Omelet in a Bag
- Oven Omelet
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Omelets Made to Order
Set up your Omelets made to order by getting all your add ins ready.
Omelet add ins:
Chopped, cooked spinach
Using a small frying pan, spray with cooking spray and heat on
medium heat. In a small bowl, crack 2 eggs and beat. Sprinkle with
salt and pepper. Pour eggs into hot pan.
Sprinkle top of your eggs with your add ins. Let eggs set until
edges can be lifted.
Lift edges all around your pan.
Scoop spatula underneath omelet and flip. Allow to cook on this side
several minutes. Serve.
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Egg White Omelet Recipe
In preparing an egg white omelet separate the egg white and egg yolk
and discard the egg yolks. This version is lower in
cholesterol. It is usually prepared with 2-3 egg whites beaten
with a 1 teaspoon-1 tablespoon water. Season with salt and pepper
and prepare as you would normally.
Western Omelet Recipe
A western omelet includes chopped green peppers, chopped onions and
diced ham as your omelet add ins. It is also known as a Denver
Cheese Omelet Recipe
To make a cheese omelet leave out ham, meat and vegetables. You can
use any type of cheese you like or try two or three different types
1/4 Cup cheese
Salt and pepper
Beat your eggs in a bowl and add to hot pan. Sprinkle with cheese
and salt and pepper. Let set until edges can be lifted up. Lift
edges all around your omelet. Dig spatula underneath the omelet and
flip. When eggs set on both sides your omelet is done.
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Omelet in a Bag
An easy way to cook omelets is in a ziploc bag. Check out the baggie
Oven Egg Omelet Recipe
This is a great way to do one large omelet that will feed everyone.
A quicker version than making individual omelets.
1/2 Cup milk
1/2 Cup shredded cheese
1/2 Cup chopped ham, cooked bacon or cooked sausage
Vegetables of choice
In large bowl, mix all ingredients together. Pour into a greased pie
plate. Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes until light brown.
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