Veggie Omelette

"Just a base to jump off of really, I use just mushrooms, green pepper, and green onions because they are all chopped and ready to go when I am at work, you can add chopped tomato too. This is kind if a omelette/frittata. The ingredients mixed in with the eggs make it a frittata but the folding over and cheese makes it an omelette. Can be more vegetarian friendly without the cheese."
 
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Ready In:
15mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Heat frying pan, spray with nonstick spray or coat the bottom of the pan with oil, or butter.
  • Beat together eggs, mushrooms, green peppers and green onions, mix together.
  • When pan is hot enough add egg mixture and cook until almost set, until you can flip it over with out it falling apart, cook on the other side until set. Top 1/2 of the omelette with cheese and fold over. Cook until cheese is melted. If you are really hungery then add a little water (about 1-2 tbsp) and cover, this will make the cheese melt faster.
  • Serve with toast, hashbrowns, or even rice.
  • Can use any color peppers, or even use regular onions too. Change the cheese if you want.

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Reviews

  1. Christineyy
    Wow! This filled me up! I made it with 2 whole eggs + 1 egg white. I used mushrooms, green peppers, white onion, and tomatoes. I sauteed the mushrooms, peppers, and onion a little before adding to the eggs. I added the veggies to the egg as the recipe states, but then added more tomatoes along with the cheese because I LOVE tomatoes. This omelette was way too easy, I can't wait to make it again! Thanks, tasb!
     
  2. Derf2440
    easy and tasty! I used an orange pepper, swiss cheese and added some pea shoots with the green onion and mushrooms. Cooked it a little differently, sauteed the mushrooms and veggies first and added the beaten eggs to them in the pan, added the cheese and turned it over on itself. It did crack along the fold, guess I had quite a lot in it. thanks for posting!
     
  3. Boomette
    I added more mushrooms and red peppers. I used about 1-2 tablespoon of milk. It's simple and easy. A recipe I will do often. 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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