Monday, March 5, 2012

Breakfast for Dinner!

What is easier than making breakfast for dinner!?! If you haven't tried it out yet, what are you waiting for? Get your Paleo lovin' bootie in that kitchen and get to work for. . . maybe 10 min. I usually like to make these omelets after I have a weeks worth of leftovers in my fridge.  Grab as many veggies as you can and if need be, prepare them by blanching or steaming them. Get your lunch meat (Applegate makes some great organic lunch meat) or any other meat for that matter ready (either cooked or warmed up if using leftovers).

Fresh Omelet (serves one)
3 eggs
Vegetables of Choice
Meat of Choice
Herbs of choice
Sea Salt

Spray non-stick pan with cooking spray. Break eggs into pan. As eggs cook- break yoke. Cook on med-high heat until eggs are cooked thoroughly. Add sea salt and pepper to taste.  Your eggs will start to "lift" out of the pan letting you know they are done cooking. (Air bubble and pockets will cause eggs to lift)

Add meat, veggies, and herbs to the middle of the pan and fold one edge of the eggs over making a pocket. Turn heat to medium - low heat. Cover dish and let cook for a few minutes longer till ingredients are warmed. Plate your omelet and enjoy!

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