Breakfast can be one of the hardest meals to find variety in foods. It is probably one of the most common questions I have on a daily basis….”What can I have for breakfast?!” The typical scrambled eggs can get old fast, but this southwest omelette can be just the thing you need.
If you are stuck in a rut with this early meal, then get creative!
This is one of my favorite omelettes. The southwest omelette adds flavor and a little spice to your breakfast meal. It was actually made by my dear husband for dinner last night! Mr. A is pretty darn good at making omelettes….I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed not cooking supper!
Chop vegetables and fresh herbs.
Crack eggs into bowl and whisk until eggs are blended.
Spray pan with cooking spray and place skillet over medium heat. Add eggs to skillet.
Once the eggs have started to setup, lift the edges of the formed eggs and tilt the pan letting the liquid eggs pour off into the pan.
Add the onions, jalapenos, bell pepper, and ham. Let cook until all eggs have formed (about 1-2 minutes).
Add cheese. Take spatula and lift edges, loosening all the way around the omelette. Once edges are free of the skillet, fold in half.
Remove from skillet and serve immediately. Garnish with fresh cilantro and salsa.