How to make the Ultimate Steak Omelet

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Ultimate Steak OmeletFew things get me more excited than the mornings I break out the ultimate steak omelet. There are many variations to this delectable dish, and I’ll throw in some optional pieces, but honestly it’s tough to mess up. I call this the ultimate steak omelet because it is simple to prepare and easy to cook. This breakfast meal is perfect the morning after you had steak and fries for dinner. There may be more extensive recipes out there, but as a guy I don’t care. I’m hungry and I want it simple, hot, and tasty.

Ultimate Steak Omelet Ingredients:

  • 3 large eggs
  • 4 oz of small bite size pieces of precooked steak
  • Large handful of grated cheese
  • Leftover precooked potatoes. Check out our Homemade Steak Fry recipe, they are perfect for left over potatoes in this omelet
  • Couple dashes of Taco seasoning
  • Salt and Pepper to flavor
  • Few chopped onions (optional)
  • Few chopped green peppers (optional)
  • Few chopped mushrooms (optional)
  • Dash of parsley (optional)

First get your steak prepared into small bite sized bits, and mix that in with the leftover potatoes. Get a small non-stick pan or omelet pan on medium to high heat and get it warm. While the skillet is heating, beat the eggs in a separate bowl and throw a pinch of salt and pepper as well. Once the skillet is ready, pour the eggs into the pan and let them cook for a minute or two. There will be still uncooked egg on top, but a spatula should be able to lift the edges of the cooking egg up off the pan pretty easily. As the egg starts to firm up, place all of your ingredients on just one half of the poured egg and sprinkle on some taco seasoning. Top it off with however heavy amount of cheese you prefer. Once the rest of the egg starts to get close to firm (not runny), flip over the half to close off the omelet. Let that cook for another minute and then flip the whole thing over once as well. Cook for about one more minute and then place on a plate, top it with a bit of parsley for some color and serve.

Besides being wonderfully tasty, this dish will easily hold you over until lunchtime. With the amount of protein, it won’t make you sleepy and holds steady for a good long while. Bon appetit!!

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