Potato Pepper OmeletteThis is a delicious little omelette that helps you get your veggies in. Panfrying the potatoes first gives them a nice crisp texture on the outside, but soft and fluffy in the middle. I like to lay the peppers rings on the pan first so when you flip the omelette onto a plate, you can see the pretty colours.
Cheese Souffle OmeletteHere's a way to make an impressive cheese souffle omelette without the use of an oven, using only a couple ingredients. It's a light and delicious way to start your day!
Four Egg OmeletThis is a great omelet to share with somebody. You can use whatever veggies, meat or cheeses you prefer, and adjust it to suit your taste. It is a great way to start any day.
Japanese OmuriceOmurice is a super simple, comforting, affordable Japanese dish that basically means "omelette rice". It's been a Japanese favorite for over 100 years. Once you try it, you'll see why. It's so easy to make and only has a handful of ingredients.
Not-So Spanish OmeletThis is an adjusted version of the Spanish omelet. It makes for a hearty meal, so it works well for a brunch when served with toast.
Sunday Morning OmeletsMy husband loves for me to cook breakfast before church and he loves omelets! I have started saving a few peppers, onions and mushrooms whenever I use them for other meals or recipes. I just chop them up, place in a small baggie and freeze them. This has saved me so much time on Sunday mornings.
Yummiest Microwave OmeletI have been seeing the "Plastic Bag Omelet" on many websites lately. That may be a great idea when you need to make an omelet whilst camping. You only have a pot of boiling water and 20 minutes, but it's my personal choice not to boil my foods in plastics. If you are looking to make an omelet without oil or butter and only have a few minutes, this microwave omelet is your answer!