By Rita~ on June 09, 2005
Photo by Crafty Lady 13
Photo by Crafty Lady 13
"This is a quick and easy bunch dish. Since canadian bacon is cooked already it just has to be heated."
Serving Size: 1 (197 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This was great. I have never put sour cream with the eggs. My omelet was nice and tasty. I used regular bacon rather than Canadian Bacon. I will make omelets like this from now on. Thanks for sharing your recipe Made for ZWT 4 and the Cafe ZMAKK Gypsies. I thought I reviewed this yesterday , but I didn't."
"Delightful! I've never added sour cream to my eggs before and I loved it. These omelets looked beautiful and since they were simple, I was able to flip them over better than usual - or maybe I was just more patient. Anyway - my almost-9-year-old declared it the "best breakfast ever." Thanks for posting!"
"I loves me a good breakfast, I do! One slice of the Canadian bacon was enough for me. I hadn't made an omelet in a while so I made a mess of turning it...oh, well. It was fluffy and tasty and so I didn't care if it was pretty. No fault of the recipe! Sour cream was a nice touch, I think it helped make it puff and added a fine flavor. I had some toast with homemade strawberry rhubarb on the side. I am a lucky girl today. Thanks for sharing! Made for my Babes for ZWT4 Canada."
"Very good and easy omelet recipe. I really enjoyed the sour cream and the Canadian bacon with the cheddar cheese. I think the next time I make this I am going to add some homemade cooked homefries to this omelet Made for ZWT4."
"This is truly a keeper! The sour cream combined with the sharp cheddar gave the best complement to the Canadian bacon. I have not always had much success in making omelets, as they always fall apart when I try to flip them, but this one was sturdy (yet fluffy), and the directions were quite helpful. Thank you, Rita, for this posting. Made for ZWT4."
"So simple but really tasty, the sour cream is a nice touch, this made for a yummy brekky. Thanks for posting, made for ZWT 4."
"Excellent and quick. The day was baring down us, and we needed something quick and easy as punch to put together with items on hand. I used the suggested Canadian bacon, as well as all the rest of the ingredients. I made "mini" omelets that could be popped into your mouth. Made the eggs as directed, but put them in a large mouth Mason Jar "ring" flipped over when cooked, added Canadian bacon as suggested to top and the shredded cheese and browned slightly after folding. I used a toothpick to hold them together, so we could just "pop" and "Go". Thanks Rita! Made for *ZWT4* June 2008."
"Easy & delicious after a hard day's work. Thank you, Rita!"
"We love omelets and it doesn't get any better or simplier than this. Great meal for those days when you just don't want to eat a heavy meal, but want something hot and filling. Thanks for the great recipe."
"An easy, simple recipe that does not sacrifice taste. Followed the recipe exactly-it was delicious. Thanks!"
"Good basic omelet. I used fresh homemade yogurt for the sour cream, egg substitute for the eggs and did add a few fresh snipped chives. Simple is often best! Thanks."