This recipe is very adaptable (both in terms of ingredients and technique)... and delicious!<br/><br/>I replaced the frozen hash browns with frozen potatoes O'Brien, the onion and peppers with a whole bag of frozen stir-fry mix, and the milk with almond milk. I also added way more seasoning in general (lots of roasted garlic, garlic salt, some Mrs. Dash, etc.) and stirred the cheese into the eggs instead of adding the cheese last. <br/><br/>Finally, I finished the whole thing in a 400 degree oven.<br/><br/>Thanks for posting.
This was a delightful alternative to the regular omelet. The best egg dish I have ever eaten is the potato, cheese and onion omelet at Camellia Grill in New Orleans. This is a somewhat similar recreation, and it gets high marks from my whole family. We left out the peppers and added extra onion instead, but otherwise made this recipe as is. Wonderful!
This made for a great weekend breakfast dish. Added diced ham, otherwise followed recipe as written. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I thought this was a great basic, recipe that I would most definitely make again. I sauteed the onions and peppers a bit in the oil before adding the hash browns and mixing together, and used homemade hash browns instead of frozen (which I don't think would have made a difference either way). Otherwise I kept to the basic recipe, not adding anything else, and just quickly ran the pan under the broiler for a few seconds before serving. Next time, however, I will probably add at least another 1/4 cup of onion. The dish is simple and mild, so keep in mind you might want to add not only meat, but if you prefer, other strongly flavored ingredients like chilies (or whatever your preference). One of the beautiful things about this recipe is that it can be so easily adjusted to one's own taste. I would highly recommend it.