Omelette with Sausage, Green Pepper, Jalapeno Pepper and Onions.
An omelette, or omelet, whichever is your spelling choice, is a delicious dish made with eggs whisked with a fork and cooked in a frying pan with butter, oil or margarine.
Additionally, do you realize that the omelet is not limited to being a breakfast item?
You may also enjoy on at brunch, lunch or dinner.
There are many, many, many variations on the omelet theme.
Today, we will whip up a Sausage Omelette with sliced green peppers, jalapeno pepper and onions.
Mmmmm! Does this sound good and yummy?
|We are very sure that you will be doing a Scarpeta with the final morsel of your bread.
The following photo illustrates the Scarpeta process.
You will need to pick up the following items: Eggs, a couple Sausages with soft skin similar to hot dog sausages, Mr. Goudas Trinidad Style Hot Sauce, one Green Pepper and one Jalapeno Pepper, Salt and Black Pepper and Mr. Goudas Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
|We suggest that the Mr. Goudas Trinidad Hot Sauce become a staple in your kitchen cupboard similar to salt and black pepper because it is a standard ingredient in many of our Recipes.
Wash onion, green pepper and jalapeno peppers and cut in small bite-sized pieces.
Chop your soft-skin sausage into neat, even slices.
Break 2 eggs in glass bowl and beat/whisk with a fork.
Blend in Trinidad Style Hot Sauce.
Pour 2 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a large frying pan on stove at medium heat.
Add sliced onion and peppers and sauté for a couple minutes.
Add sausage slices and stir to blend ingredients.
Smile of the day: Mr. Goudas discovered first hand that Smoked Sausages become smoking sausages when you attempt to cook them without first adding oil to the frying pan.
When he started the recipe, he placed the frying pan on the stove and turned the stove on.
He opened the refrigerator, got the smoked sausages out, placed them on a cutting board and proceeded to slice them in rolls.
He then placed the slices in the frying pan.
He then focused on other details such as the eggs and other ingredients until someone entered the laboratory kitchen and asked him what he was doing.
He was so preoccupied that he immediately responded that he was preparing Smoked Sausages with Eggs.
The other person approached the stove and saw the Smoke Sausages in smoke and said to Mr. Goudas, These Smoked Sausages are really smoking.
Mr. Goudas quickly responded: What do you mean? He turned around, looked at the frying pan and discovered Smoking Smoked Sausages because he had forgotten to add the Extra Virgin Olive Oil to the frying pan in the first place.
Mr. Goudas tried to quit smoking for many years, only to see his sausages now pick up the habit.
Back to our cooking instructions.
Pour whisked eggs over sausages.
Allow eggs to cook for a couple minutes.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
For absolutely perfect omelettes, use a spatula to gently fold the cooked eggs into half.
When you have successfully completed this procedure, flatten slightly with spatula.
Flip one more time to allow further cooking.
You may not perfect the flipping process the first time.
We do assure you that it gets better with practice.
You may choose to have an open-face omelette which requires strategic tilting of the frying pan so that you pour oil over the cooking omelette.
Transfer your omelette to a serving plate.
Serve with crusty Italian bread, rolls, toast, French bread, French fried potatoes, hash brown or scalloped potatoes.
And yes, we do mean you!
|A word of caution – before you overdose on your OMELETTE with Sausage, Green Pepper, Jalapeno Pepper and Onions, read the book, Overweight, Highway to a Healthy Life|
Spyros Peter Goudas and Assistants
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Please Note: Eggs may be used in thousands of recipes from all over the world, however, in this website, we have mentioned the ingredient eggs, in the following recipes.