Recipe4Living's Top 12 Omelets

Recipe4Living's Top 12 Omelets

Omelets are a great breakfast, and you can make one based on your favorite vegetables and breakfast meats. Keep reading to learn the tips and tricks to making an omelet all your own!

Russ's Classic Omelet: Omelets should be made to order, one at a time.

Herb Omelet: This omelet is stuffed with delicious herbs like parsley, chives, basil and rosemary!

Crab Omelet with Sweet and Sour Sauce: Katakuriko is potato starch. It is used to thicken soups or dust ingredients for deep-frying. You can also use corn starch.

Baked Omelet: Almost everyone I know makes omelets just on the stove and not the oven. You should try this recipe because by placing the omelet in the oven, it makes it taste so much better!

Cajun Omelet: The best omelette you will ever taste! But first, you have to have a crawfish boil. Invite friends over and use the leftover crawfish, sausage, potatoes and garlic to have yourself a magnificent omelette!

Ziploc Omelet: This is great to fix the night before and have ready for your family or guest. They can add the ingredients they would like just before placing in hot water. It is a big hit with my family.

Tuscan Omelet: This yummy omelet uses 2 whole artichokes!

Western Omelet: I made this for my Sunday School class and everyone from teens to adults liked it.

Spanish Omelet: There’s no trick to getting a Spanish omelet to come out a perfect shape, because it will be the same round shape as the pan. And if you use a nonstick pan, there’s even less chance of an unsightly mishap. And flat omelets are just as beautiful in their way as the classic kind. Add enough embellishments to them in the form of a meat or other proteins, vegetables, cheese, herbs, and spices, and the ingredients appear as appealing shapes and colors against the pale yellow, flat-as-a-pancake background of beaten egg.

Mushroom Omelet: This is a hearty and low-fat breakfast option because egg substitute and fat-free cream cheese are used. Also, avoid canned or jarred mushrooms because of their high sodium content.

Sunshine Omelet: You can keep this omelet light by using all fat free or low fat products. Serving this with fresh fruit (whatever is in season) will complete this dish. It is tasty, very filling. and pretty as a picture with or without the fruit. It is also good with a spoon of low fat yogurt on top. I had some potatoes left over from the night before and just put this together.

Egg-White Omelet with Spinach and Feta Cheese: This delicious omelet is a great healthy start to your day!

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