Recipe by evelyn/athens
My ideal comfort food. This does it all for me.
Top Review by Bergy
I give you full marks for this recipe but I did take the liberty of using my regular omelet mix (2eggs, 1/4 cup milk, 2 tbsp flour, 3 tbsp sour cream or cottage cheese). Followed your recipe and browned the potaoes until golden, turned heat down to medium (between 6 & 7 on my electric stove) poured in the eggs, covered with a lid let it sit and just before it is ready added the grated cheese, put the lid back on. In exactly 5 minutes it is ready cooked on top and golden on the bottom. Really enjoyed my brunch Thanks evelyn — May 18, 2003, 1 member found this helpful Added comments - I made this again following the recipe exactly - equally as good but the omelet is not as fluffy
- 1 medium cooked potato, cut into large cubes (can be leftover boiled, baked or nuked)
- 1⁄2 cup of grated cheese (I like a combo of cheddar/gouda/edam, but you can use just one kind)
- 2 -3 eggs (depending on how hungry you are)
- 1 tablespoon butter (or 1 tblsp olive oil)
Directions See How It's Made
- Melt the butter in a frying pan.
- When hot, add potato and cook until golden-brown and crusty on all sides.
- Beat up eggs in a small bowl with very little salt (the cheese has plenty) and freshly ground pepper.
- Lower heat of stove, add eggs to pan and give them a good stir, a couple of times, bringing up cooked eggs from bottom, but redistributing uncooked eggs and potatoes.
- Sprinkle generously with shredded cheese.
- Let cook until golden-brown on bottom.
- Run spatula down center, and carefully fold one half over the other creating a half-moon (sometimes you don't get a perfect half-moon, but it still tastes good anyway!).
- Turn off heat and let omelette sit in pan for 30 seconds to a minute (depending on how well you want your eggs done) and then carefully turn over and allow 30 more seconds.
- Allow to cool about 4-5 minutes before tucking in (this seems to allow the flavours to blend better).