Kitchen It With Inez: Omelet

Hey ladies,
After seeing so many of my favorite bloggers (High Heels & Good Meals, Full Figured Diva, BeautyFashFood Fashion & Flow just to name a few) post recipes, I thought it would be nice to start a new series on my blog. 

Kit"chen" It w/Inez will feature a meal I've cooked, for now I'll try to do one post a month. I'll admit I am a VERY picky eater, make that extreme picky eater. LOL. I don't get to cook as often as I'd like to, however on the weekends I love cooking breakfast.

So today, I'm going to show you all one of my favorite Saturday breakfast meals. Meaty Omelet

What I used:
4 strips of Bacon (Bob Evans)
1 large egg
Green Pepper finely chopped
Onion finely chopped
a Slice of Ham finely chopped
Sprinkle of Lawry's Seasoning Salt
Dash of Lemon Pepper

Fry your bacon, or place it in the oven to cook. I normally cook my bacon in the oven but this time I fried it, I'm a pretty good bacon fryer and this method is much faster then the oven of course. I didn't feel like waiting on the oven. hehe I was hungry!

Don't forget to drain your bacon.

While your bacon is cooking cut up your veggies, ham and then a strip or two of your cooked bacon.

Add a little butter or PAM to your pan, on medium heat, and then add your chopped veggies and meat. I found the smallest cutesy pan at Homegoods. It's perfect for omelets!

While the fillings cooking, crack your egg and add just a sprinkle of lemon pepper and seasoning salt to your egg. You don't need a lot. Whisk lightly.

By this time, it's smelling pretty good in your kitchen! After a few minutes add your egg to the pan, making sure the egg is level and covering the bottom of the pan.

Lower the heat and let cook for a few minutes. You will notice the egg will begin to rise.


This  is when I I fold it and flip it. Don't forget to throw you a piece of toast or two in the toaster.

Can't forget the O.J spiked with Moscato! 

Yummy omelet breakfast, coming up.
Sure to be Yummy to Your Tummy!

This breakfast is soooo yummy and really quick and easy to make, I guess that's why it's one of my faves, I normally eat it with fruit but it's time to go grocery shopping! LOL!

Do you like omelets? 

Thanks for reading! 

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