Pepperoni Omelet

"A great cure for a hangover. Serve with a few glasses of orange juice followed by a few glasses of water."
 
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photo by Jonathan Melendez
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
1-2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Whisk eggs in a bowl with Tabasco sauce.
  • Grate onion and potato into same bowl.
  • Add diced tomato and mix together.
  • Place mixture into a lightly oiled small skillet or fry pan over medium to low temperature.
  • Immediately layer pepperoni slices over the top and sprinkle with grated cheese.
  • Grind pepper over the top.
  • Cook around 15-20 minutes until egg has set on the top and cheese has melted, there is no need to flip it.

Questions & Replies

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  1. tonyax331
    What is g pepperoni & g cheese?
     
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Reviews

  1. Jonathan Melendez
    I loved this omelet so much and the best part about it is that I didn't have to flip it or fold it over. The pepperoni and cheese were great. Can't wait to make it again.
     
  2. happynana
    Very nice. We enjoyed this for dinner. I made as directed but used 4 eggs and did not measure the pepperoni (which I just put on my husband's side) or cheese. Next time I would like to use sausage and would add some green chilies. Made for Ausie Swap #33.
     
  3. tonyax331
    What is g pepperoni & g cheese
     
  4. drinkmore
    The little and big enjoyed this omelet. Thank you!
     
  5. PrittyKitty
    Made this for dinner tonight - served with salsa & a dollop of sour cream - and it was AMAZING! A new family favourite!!
     
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  1. French Tart
    An extremely tasty and easy tortilla style omelette that I whipped up for lunch today thanks Peter! I made is as directed with the exception of using Chorizo sausage instead of pepperoni. My top was still a little wobbly, pardon me :-) but I popped a lid on to and it set fine after that! Made for the Aussie swap and very much enjoyed! (Photos taken and will be uploaded with watermark)
     

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