Omelette, aren’t they amazing? They are easy to make, very flexible and they can be served anytime of the day, even for dinner. Sometimes I do breakfast for lunch or breakfast for dinner. Eggs are amazing ingredient as they can be use countless ways. Omelette is just one of them. I call this recipe Stuffed Bread Omelette, let me know if you can think of something more appropriate. This is unlike any regular omelette, it is an omelette stuffed in a bread. You can be flexible on what ingredients to use for the omelette, I made mine vegetarian. Let me show you how I made this. I made a short video, I hope you’ll have time to watch it.
Blogging my seem like an easy thing to do but in reality it takes a LOT of time to finish a single post. In my Take a Peek at the Behind The Scenes of Food Blogging, I shared with you my process when creating a post. Although it takes a lot of time, it gives me a lot of joy doing thing. Blogging keeps me sane 🙂 and help me balance my life between work and personal time. I love sharing recipes with you as well as my travel escapades. I had been busier lately with work and I started making my meals on the fly, you know whatever I have on hand. Something that I do not have to plan just like when creating a posts for the blog. I thought I would create a short post about this, not as elaborate as my full post but enough to give you idea on how you can make it at home. This will be easy and quick recipes that you can make in less than 30 minutes max or even 5 minutes less. We all need a short break from the kitchen, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop making delicious meals to nourish us.
Today’s Quick & Easy Recipe
Another omelette? Yes, another omelette but not your usual omelette. How so? Because it was stuffed in a bread 🙂 It was kind of fun preparing this. Whenever I can add a twist to make it a bit different, I am all for it. I’m pretty sure I am not the first one to make this, I’ve seen quite a lot of post in Pinterest and even videos on YouTube.
- 2 teaspoon Olive Oil
- 1 teaspoon Butter
- 1 tablespoon Red Onion – chopped
- 1/4 cup mix Veggies (I used bell peppers, carrots, broccoli and kale)
- Seasoning and Spices (I used pinch of salt, black pepper, garlic powder and red chili flakes)
- Herbs – I used chopped fresh Chives
- 1 beaten Egg
- 1 Slice Bread
- Prepare the bread by cutting the center. Follow the shape of the bread and run a knife around. Leave about 1/2 inch on the side. Remove the center and set aside.
- Let go to the veggie. Start by sautéing the vegetables in the pan. Add oil in the heated pan, followed by red onion, mix veggies, seasoning, spices and herbs. Saute until the vegetables are cook. Remove from the pan.
- Add butter to the pan, or you can spray the pan with oil. Lay the cut out bread and spread the vegetables in the center. Pour the beaten egg and stir to diatribe the egg to the vegetables.
- Sprinkle grated cheese on top then cover cut the cut out bread. Top with more cheese. Cover the pan slightly melt the cheese. This way it will not fall off when you flip it.
- Cook for 2-3 minutes or until the bottom of the bread is set. You can slightly lift it to check.
- Flip and cook the other side until the bottom is brown.
- Serve with bread, salad or fresh fruits on the side.
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