Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

We tried this omelet a few nights ago for dinner and really enjoyed it. It's loaded with potatoes, meat and onions. We made this with leftover ham, green onions, and a 4-blend cheese for a hearty and filling omelet. I'm guessing that it would be good with all kinds of variations too. From the Marlboro Country Cookbook.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Beat eggs, half and half, salt, pepper well or mix in a blender.
  2. Cook meat, onions and potatoes in butter and oil until onion is tender and potatoes lightly browned.
  3. Pour egg mixture over all, lifting potatoes to let eggs run under.
  4. Cook slowly in a covered fry pan until eggs are set, 8 to 10 minutes.
  5. Add a dollop of sour cream and sprinkle with cheese and serve.
Most Helpful

its filling mr picky liked it ,no sour cream , he doesnt like that lol made for best of 2014 tag he had bacon

Dienia B. February 07, 2015

What a wonderful dish! It is much like a tortilla de patata (Spanish tapa), which we are extremely fond of. We made it with the salami, but I can see any meat working, and would be curious how the jerky would turn out - different, but good, I imagine. Like Breezer, I increased the potatoes by 50%, since we love 'em, and omitted the cheese (dietary reasons - but honestly, it doesn't even need it). I think this sums it all up: DH kept saying during and after dinner "the bomb!".

Maito February 07, 2015

Delicious! I used ham for the meat, and increased it to a cup and the potatoes to a cup and a half. Added a couple of more eggs so I'd have a giant omelet. After all, I am feeding a 23 year old boy/man. He got 3/4 and I got 1/4. Delicious dinner for us tonight. Served with sour dough toast. Thanks for sharing! Made for "For Your Consideration' game on Yuku.

breezermom December 10, 2014