Potato, Onion & Cheese Scrambled Omelet


OK, I admit it, I have been in egg mode.  It happens every now and then, I will not make eggs for breakfast for a while, then suddenly I will make eggs for dinner several times a week for a few weeks.  I am not sure why this happens, but, I just go with it.  And when you  get fresh, beautiful eggs like these, why not?

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My brother Mitchell used to make a potato, onion and cheese scrambled omelet before scrambled omelets were “cool.”  It was delicious, and this is my version of it.

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You can use other types of potatoes for this, but I found some local baby red potatoes, so I decided to use them.  Dicing the potatoes small helps the dish to cook more quickly.  I also think the small size works will with the scrambled omelet.

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Potato, Onion & Cheese Scrambled Omelet

1 generous Tbsp extra virgin olive oil

1/2 lb red potatoes, diced (locally grown)

1/2 large onion, chopped

Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

6 eggs (from Farmer Kim)

3 – 4 oz Gruyère cheese, diced

Directions

Heat a large skillet over medium heat, add oil.  Add the potatoes and onions.  Cook, stirring frequently, until tender and browning, about 10-15 minutes. Season with salt and pepper.

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Beat the eggs and add the diced cheese.

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Add the eggs and cheese, let settle, then fold to scramble, let settle then fold again.  Continue folding and letting settle until the eggs are cooked and cheese melted, just a couple of minutes.

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Serve and enjoy!

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Serves 3.

Categories: Breakfast, Kosher, Recipe, Vegetarian | Tags: , | 1 Comment

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Let me know what you think of this post, and if you try the recipe, please let me know how it was and any suggestions you have. Thanks, Andrea

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