This was easy to and made a yummy dinner. I halved the recipe and added some parsley from the garden. It rose up puffy and golden. Made for Everyday is a Holiday.
Nice Oven Omelet. It is so quick and easy to fix. Thanks for posting.
I woke this morning around 5 a.m. (couldn't sleep). I whipped a 1/2 batch of this together and used an 8x8 Pyrex baking dish. Hubby wasn't awake, so I placed it into the fridge and went back to bed. I finally drug myself out of bed around 8 a.m. and gave it a quick mix and popped it in the oven. It was done in approx 38 minutes (I guess because it was a smaller dish). What a lovely and easy breakfast dish to make. I'd bet that you could actually whip this up the night before, then mix well the next morning to have readily available. Thanks for sharing this recipe. (Made for your win in Week 6 Football tag)
Great quick and tasty omelet!! I must admit, I wanted to sub fresh minced onion, but then that defeats the ease of the recipe, so I made it as written. Was worried that the dried minced onion would be still crunchy with only cooking a short time in an omelet, but no worries, it was soft and the flavors were great. I served this with sourdough toast and some orange slices for a wonderful lunch!! Congrats again on your win in the football pool!!!
Very tasty JackieOhNo!, and it's such an easy way to prepare an omelet without having to watch over a skillet the entire time. I halved the recipe and I used fresh onion, but otherwise stuck to the recipe as written, and it was a great way to start off our day. Made for Football Pool 2013.
Very tasty! I made this for 2 servings, using 3 eggs. I used white cheddar and an herbal no-salt seasoning blend, as well as the dried onion. I baked it in a 5"x5" baking dish for 30 minutes. Ate half, and taking the other half for lunch! Thanks for a keeper!
I agree with FoodTVFan....this is an excellent dish--for breakfast, too! I made this in an 11x7 pan, used fresh onion, too. Used "Spike" instead of seasoned salt, cuz we like that better. *Made for my fellow gnomie for Gnome-Tag 2009* Gnomes-rule--all others drool!
Made this excellent dish for brunch yesterday. Everyone raved about it and asked for the recipe. I halved the recipe, greased an 8 inch square pan with Pan Release, Professional Pan Coating (Better Than Pam Spray!), and used fresh minced sweet onion instead of instant onion. I garnished each serving with finely chopped chives from my garden. Served it with crispy bacon, home fries, sliced tomatoes, toast, and fresh fruit with Sour Cream Fruit Dip. So easy to make and delicious for brunch, breakfast, or dinner. Definitely a keeper!