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What do you like in an omelet?

Old Aug 17, 06, 1:38 pm
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What do you like in an omelet?

I like swiss cheese and green onions. I also like grape jelly and cream cheese.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 1:42 pm
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spinach and mushrooms.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 1:50 pm
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spinach, onions, ham/bacon, cheese, green peppers

pretty much anything except mushrooms and olives
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Old Aug 17, 06, 1:51 pm
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spinach and mushrooms.
And lots of garlic (spinach and mushrooms are great for soaking up the garlic; even better with crimini mushrooms, or failing that, portabello).
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Lately I've been using my fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes and basil, along with a little feta cheese. Mmmm...
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I like ham cheese peppers and onions. But the peppers and onions need to be finely chopped. Nothing turns me off to an omlette more than large peices.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 4:19 pm
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Cheddar, ham, and mushrooms. Any time of day. In fact, I may go make one right now.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 4:32 pm
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Egg......
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Old Aug 17, 06, 4:49 pm
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Denver. Or spinach, cheese, bacon and a little onion. I know what I will have for breakfast tomorrow.

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Originally Posted by BamaVol
I like swiss cheese and green onions. I also like grape jelly and cream cheese.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 5:28 pm
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10 responses till we got to the correct answer...

lox and onions.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 6:04 pm
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Egg White only
Jalapeno Peppers
Onions
Tomato's
Cumin seed
Garlic
Red Chilli powder

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Old Aug 17, 06, 6:18 pm
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Farmer's omelet

I like cheese, mushrooms, bacon, and french fries in my omelet.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 6:49 pm
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I found a recipe on epicurious.com before I headed home for a zuchini omelet. It was excellent. Seasoned with black pepper and marjoram. I couldn't resist adding swiss cheese. Served with toasted english muffin bread and a salad.
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Old Aug 17, 06, 7:10 pm
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potatoes, onions and salt - classic Spanish tortilla

also good with wisp thin esparragus and a touch of garlic

with sugar and dashi to make a rolled omelet

And the classic chervil/chives/parsley combination is a winner


I once had a strange combination of potato and grated cooking apple with a bubbling coating of parmesan which was rather nice - enough to replicate it at home a couple of times.
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Mushrooms, onions and cheese (cheddar or swiss).
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