Microwave Omelet

"This is probably the fastest, easiest omelet you will ever make. It almost doesn't even deserve to be called a "recipe," since it's more of a method than anything else! Of course, you can use any type of egg substitute or real eggs; you can also add any type of vegetables, if you'd like! You might want to add salt and pepper to taste, based upon whatever you add to the eggs. I used hot chunky salsa, and I felt that was enough flavor for me."
photo by Boomette photo by Boomette
photo by Boomette
photo by brokenburner photo by brokenburner
photo by brokenburner photo by brokenburner
Ready In:
1 omelet




  • Spray a microwave-safe plate with nonstick spray.
  • Pour All Whites into the plate and stir in salsa. Microwave on high for 3-5 minutes, depending on how well-done you like your eggs.

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  1. Maito
    What a quick and no fuss way to make an omelette. I left the salsa out, and added cheese. Cooked a double serving with a little melted butter in a large flat bowl for 5 or 6 minutes. A definite do again meal.
  2. bmcnichol
    Good and easy to make. I made this at work for myself for a nice breakfast. I think I would like it better with some cheddar cheese on it.
  3. Boomette
    This is very good. I added chopped green onion to it. And I used chunky hot salsa. Next time I'll add just a little bit of cheese. Thanks Brokenburner :) Made for PAC Spring 2010
  4. Heavens Kitchen
    Perfect! So quick and easy!
  5. Gr8full One
    On a low carb diet, I have been eating yogurt and meal replacement bars for breakfast until I was blue in the face...This recipe is awesome!! I added carb free baby spinach and weight watchers cheese, I will jump out of bed tomorrow for this!!


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