Omelets, An Easy Breakfast or Dinner

My family loves breakfast for dinner. I love that it makes getting dinner on the table so very easy for me. We really like to have waffles, or pancakes for dinner. But my husband’s favorite is omelets.

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My family usually can’t eat breakfast out, due to their dairy allergy. I know when we eat out, I’m always asking, if the scrambled eggs have milk added. Because sometimes they do. I have to ask do you use butter on the griddle where the eggs are cooked? If so then they can’t have them. So when we are hungry for a good breakfast meal, it’s almost always at home.

 

I have found I can get omelets done for all of us really quite quickly, if I do just a little prep ahead of time. In our omelets we like to have some veggies, mushrooms, onions or bell peppers. Occasionally, when I have fresh spinach I will add it too.

For cheese, I use a dairy free or sheep cheese for my family. But when we are out of cheese I will make them without any cheese at all, which is surprisingly good.

For meat, I usually stick with bacon or sausage. I know it’s traditional but it’s what my family likes. If I happen to have leftover ham, it will go in or even some taco meat would be good. I’m now envisioning a very yummy taco omelet with taco meat, beans, peppers and salsa, yum!

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While my pan is heating up with a little oil. I will prep all of the ingredients. Chop all the veggies, have the meat already browned and cut up and shred the cheese.

After I beaten the eggs for 45 seconds and the pan is nice and hot. I will add the eggs. As the eggs are cooking, I will run a spatula along the edges to make sure they aren’t sticking.

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Once the egg is mainly set, I add in the ingredients and let them cook about a minute or less. Then I flip one side of the omelet on top of the other.

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I know on some cooking shows I’ve watched, they recommend not letting the eggs brown at all. But we like a little color to our eggs. If you don’t just don’t cook them as long.

Yummy quick and easy breakfast or dinner, Omelets | Frugal Family Home

Once the cheese is melted and the ingredients heated through. Plate up and enjoy. In a matter of about 15 minutes I can have a yummy egg dinner ready to eat.

What’s one of your go to quick dinner meals?

 

 

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