Pizza Omelette

 

Happy Tuesday Folks, and welcome back to Damgoodcooking.com!

Every time we cook, we usually make quite a bit extra, for example; if we make spaghetti, Chipotle sauce, or in this case – Pizza Sauce, there will also be some left over to try with different foods.

When I got up this morning, I was in the taste for an Omelette, so as I open the fridge, the first thing I seen was the left over Pizza Sauce from the day before and the light bulb went off in my head.  “Make Pizza Omelettes!”

Here’s what you will need!

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DAM GOOD PIZZA Sauce <–Which can be found by clicking here

Eggs

Onions

Green Peppers

Red Peppers

Jalapeno Peppers

Pepperoni (which is not shown in none of the photos… Why?  Because I ate the last few as a late night snack!

And as photo below Cilantro

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I used the Cilantro for a different type of taste…. well honestly I used it because I’m a firm believer in not letting food go to waste.   We use to have  a tendency of buying certain things for certain recipes, end up with a ton of it left over – and it goes to waste.  Since we just recently used it for our Chipotle sauce Recipe, I figured why not toss it in the Omelette!

I’m not going to be so specific with this recipe, we don’t really do the 1 cup or this, 2 table spoons of that!  you know what you like, so follow your heart, or better yet, Gut!

Here’s everything prepped.

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Get your pan on the burner with olive oil and set to medium, once its nice and warm – drop and spread out your eggs.

FYI, I usually use two eggs per adult, sometimes three if your hungry.

Let the eggs sit without touching for about 4 to 6 minutes and add your vegetables.

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After adding the vegetable, try to split evenly if using the same pan – and flip from the dryer side of the eggs to the wet and let sit for another 4 to 6 minutes.

After this flip again carefully to prevent from breaking.

Once again, let it sit for 4 to 6 minutes

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Now ladies and gentleman, this may not look like a perfect shaped omelet, nor am I a perfect omelet looking maker, I can’t tell you how hard it is to take photos and prepare food while starving at the same damn time.  After all, when it comes to food – its not always important the way it looks but the way it taste, which I guarantee it fantastic!

Now Lets eat!

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