Cheesy Vegetable Omelet Recipe
This is a lovely vegetable omelet recipe.
I love egg recipes, and not just for breakfast.
I often make omelets for lunch or dinner. With a side salad and a crunchy roll, you have a lovely light meal.
This recipe shows you how to make an omelette, and the possibilities are endless from here on.
Add the vegetables and sauté them until tender, about 5 minutes. Remove the vegetables from the skillet and set them aside.
Combine the eggs, water and pepper and mix well. Recoat the skillet with the cooking spray and place the skillet over medium heat until hot enough to sizzle a drop of water.
Pour in half of the egg mixture. As the egg starts to cook, gently lift the edges of the omelette and tilt the pan to allow any uncooked portion of the egg to flow underneath. Spoon half of the vegetables over half of the omelette when the eggs are set and the top is still moist and creamy. Top with 1 tablespoon of cheese, spread evenly over the omelet. Fold the unfilled side over the filling and place on a warm platter.
Repeat for the second omelette.
Makes two individual omelets.
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Did You Know?...
You can see from the Variations section below the recipe that you can use this basic recipe to make a multitude of omelet recipes.
You can change the vegetables you use, or leave them out altogether. You can add ham or bacon, change the cheese or leave it out.
Vary the cheese you use and it will change the flavor of the omelet recipe completely.
Use Swiss cheese or a melty Gruyere for a European flavor.
Use a cheese studded with Mexican spices for a Mexican flavored omelet. Then, to serve it, top it off with a bit of your favorite salsa, as fiery as you like it.
Make a Mediterranean flavored omelette recipe by adding vegetables from that region, like chopped zucchini and tomaotes with a bit of Parmesan cheese.
This recipe makes two omelettes. Cut the recipe in half for one omelet or multiply it for as many people as you are feeding.
An omelet recipe like this is just one of the wonderful possibilities in the world of egg recipes. Browse egg and breakfast recipes here.
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