Pizza Omelette

"I learned this one in cooking school, I may have changed it though."
 
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Ready In:
30mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
1
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ingredients

  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 3 -4 tablespoons pizza sauce, depending on how big your omelette is
  • 2 ounces pepperoni, to cover 1/2 of your omelette
  • 14 cup mushroom, sliced
  • 14 cup mozzarella cheese
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directions

  • In a small bowl beat your eggs. Heat a frying pan, spray with non-stick spray or coat the bottom with oil.
  • Pour eggs into the pan and cook until you are able to get a spatula under it and flip without breaking it.
  • When it is flipped over top with pizza sauce, I usually coat the whole top, then on 1/2 of the omelette layer pepperoni, mushrooms and green pepper, (you can saute the mushrooms and peppers if you like, even add olives too). Top with mozzarella and fold over. Cook until cheese is melted.
  • Can be served by it's self or with hashbrowns of even rice.

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Reviews

  1. lazyme
    I love pizza omelets and this was a nice one. Simple and delish. Thanks for sharing.
     
  2. AmyMCGS
    A great breakfast! Like Bergy, I sauted my mushrooms and pepperoni seperately. I only had two eggs, so I adjusted the other ingredients to taste. I added some garlic powder & onion powder when cooking the pepperoni. Very good- I'll definitely make this again.
     
  3. Lucky Clover
    Very different from the usual omelets, but very good! I added a little milk to the eggs to make the omelet fluffier, but other than that, no changes.
     
  4. Bergy
    This is a very tasty omelete that I really enjoyed. I did pre fry the pepporoni & mushrooms and kept them warm while I cooked the omelete. I covered the omelete pan thus not needing to flip the it (I always make a mess when I try to flip an omelete) - Only used 2 eggs. Very filling satisfying brunch! Thanks tasb
     
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My passion is cooking, I have been baking and cooking since I was young. With 2 working parents it was essential. <br> <br>I am trained as a Professional Cook, even have a cooking certificate, lol. The best education I ever got was going to cooking school. <br> <br>I spent 3 years cooking in a gas station restaurant and all was well working there, but my heart still wanted to cook for kids. October 2008 I finally got the job I wanted. I been cooking for the kids for just over a year now and I love every day of it. The kids are great, some frustration, but it is all good, they are so smiley everyday, how could you not like work when you have a bunch of smiling faces looking at you. <br> <br>Another good thing about my job is I get the summers off. I had a pretty good summer, I got to tend to my garden and get a bunch of stuff into the freezers, I was given a second freezer this summer. I have been planning on eating mainly out of the freezers so we can save some extra cash for Christmas. <br> <br>I have plans on finding some nutrition courses that I can do online, just for dabbling in, it would sure help with cooking for the kids. <br> <br>I live with my hubby and 3 kids (11,6,5), and one cat, who is part in-door, out-door. <br> <br>I really want to get back into losing weight this school year, it has been 1 1/2 years since I lost about 15 pounds, I have maintained that loss though. I would still like to lose another 10 pounds.
 
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