Easy omelettes and other edibles.
June 26, 2011, 4:39 pm
Filed under: Body, Food, Organization

To have a simple, easy omelette you have to be prepared. Save your leftovers from dinners in the fridge and search for ingredients at the grocery store that you can simply toss in without a whole lot of work.

This time I spooned out leftover broccoli and fresh salsa right into the beaten two-egg mixture sitting in the small pan. Fresh salsa is found in the produce section and is also an amazing side for tortilla chips, a topper for crackers with hummus (sticks so beautifully to the creamy spread,) or an add-in to a zesty summer salad dressing. Once the omelette’s firm on one side, flip it, add a slice of cheese and fold it over. Today I sliced up some fresh french bread (left over from last night’s dinner) and drizzled olive oil with herbs over the pieces as a side. Sooo yum.

The trick to prepping your ingredients is doing it as soon as you get home from the grocery store. Pre-chop your veggies (and fruits) and store them in tupperware containers so they’ll be ready to toss into omelettes, stir-fries, salads, wraps or just a plastic baggy as a side for your lunch. Spending half an hour doing this on a Sunday (or whenever you shop) saves lots of time during the week, meaning more time to do the things you want and need to do!

What’s your favorite omelette combo? 


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I’m too cheap for fresh salsa (and I find it spoils really fast) so I buy spicy canned tomatoes, drain them, add chopped onion, and cilantro (if I have it) and add that to my omelet. I’m also a big fan on spinach and feta in an omelet. yum

Comment by Rachel

mmm you can never go wrong with spinach and feta

Comment by simplyenjoy

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