TASTY TUESDAY

Hawaiian Omelette Recipe

This one is for all the gents out there looking for an easy recipe to spoil that special lady this women's month...

Breakfast – Hawaiian Omelette

This creative omelet uses pineapples, mango, salsa and bacon for a balance of sweet and salty flavors. Just follow the directions below and you’ll have a delicious breakfast all ready and waiting for her when she wakes up.

Yields1 Serving

INGREDIENTS
 2 eggs
 1 tbsp water
 2 slices bacon, diced (dude... bacon is bacon... use whatever you can find)
 ¼ cup pineapple mango salsa (or 1/4 cup diced pineapple)
 ¼ cup shredded part skim, low fat mozzarella cheese
  tsp kosher salt
 1 grind of black pepper

DIRECTIONS
1

In a small bowl, whisk the eggs. Add the water, salt and pepper – whisk again until light and fluffy. Ready all your ingredients besides the stove.

2

Heat a small saucepan over medium-high heat until it’s very hot, but not scorching. Remove the pan from the heat and liberally spray it with non-stick vegetable spray – bottom and sides. Return the pan to the heat and add the eggs.

3

Swirl the eggs around in the pan so that they coat the bottom and go halfway up the sides. Continue this swirling process over the heat until the eggs have mostly set and they are no longer runny.

4

Sprinkle the Canadian (or South African) bacon onto half of the eggs. Sprinkle the cheese over the bacon and then top with salsa or pineapple.

5

Using a very thin and flexible spatula (a fish spatula if you have one), carefully fold the omelet over on itself and lightly press with the spatula. Continue to cook for 30 seconds or so, holding the top of the omelet in place. Remove from heat and slide the omelet onto a plate. Serve.

 

Ingredients

INGREDIENTS
 2 eggs
 1 tbsp water
 2 slices bacon, diced (dude... bacon is bacon... use whatever you can find)
 ¼ cup pineapple mango salsa (or 1/4 cup diced pineapple)
 ¼ cup shredded part skim, low fat mozzarella cheese
  tsp kosher salt
 1 grind of black pepper

Directions

DIRECTIONS
1

In a small bowl, whisk the eggs. Add the water, salt and pepper – whisk again until light and fluffy. Ready all your ingredients besides the stove.

2

Heat a small saucepan over medium-high heat until it’s very hot, but not scorching. Remove the pan from the heat and liberally spray it with non-stick vegetable spray – bottom and sides. Return the pan to the heat and add the eggs.

3

Swirl the eggs around in the pan so that they coat the bottom and go halfway up the sides. Continue this swirling process over the heat until the eggs have mostly set and they are no longer runny.

4

Sprinkle the Canadian (or South African) bacon onto half of the eggs. Sprinkle the cheese over the bacon and then top with salsa or pineapple.

5

Using a very thin and flexible spatula (a fish spatula if you have one), carefully fold the omelet over on itself and lightly press with the spatula. Continue to cook for 30 seconds or so, holding the top of the omelet in place. Remove from heat and slide the omelet onto a plate. Serve.

Hawaiian Omelette – Gents, it’s your turn to cook!

My fellow gentlemen, whether you can cook or not… it’s your turn! so go ahead and download this recipe and get cooking for your lady this Women’s Month..

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