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Feta Cheese and Basil Omelet with Beefsteak Tomato
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Prep Time: ~5 minutesCook Time: 5Servings: 1Ingredients:- 2 eggs- 2 large fresh basil leaves, finely chopped- half teaspoon garlic powder- pepper to taste- crumbled feta cheese- butter- 1 small beefsteak tomato- salt to taste
Directions:1. Crack eggs into a bowl, top with basil leaves and garlic powder. whisk lightly with fork.
2. Heat a small pan over medium heat. Coat pan with butter, allow foam to subside. Pour in egg mixture. Sprinkle crumbled feta cheese over half of the egg sheet.
3. Let the egg set on the bottom, about 45sec. - 1 min on medium heat. When the edges begin to brown, push spatula under half of egg sheet and flip over to make half circle shape.
4. Slide omelet to center of pan, allow to cook for a minute or two.
5. Now this is just how I do it, but - lift the pan from the burner and with a deep ‘digging’ motion, like you would do with a shovel, toss the omelet up into the air and catch it again with the pan on the opposite side. Allow the other side to cook and brown.
6. Serve with sliced, salted and peppered tomato pieces!
ENJOY!

Feta Cheese and Basil Omelet with Beefsteak Tomato

Difficulty: image

Prep Time: ~5 minutes
Cook Time: 5
Servings: 1

Ingredients:
- 2 eggs
- 2 large fresh basil leaves, finely chopped
- half teaspoon garlic powder
- pepper to taste
- crumbled feta cheese
- butter
- 1 small beefsteak tomato
- salt to taste

Directions:
1. Crack eggs into a bowl, top with basil leaves and garlic powder. whisk lightly with fork.

2. Heat a small pan over medium heat. Coat pan with butter, allow foam to subside. Pour in egg mixture. Sprinkle crumbled feta cheese over half of the egg sheet.

3. Let the egg set on the bottom, about 45sec. - 1 min on medium heat. When the edges begin to brown, push spatula under half of egg sheet and flip over to make half circle shape.

4. Slide omelet to center of pan, allow to cook for a minute or two.

5. Now this is just how I do it, but - lift the pan from the burner and with a deep ‘digging’ motion, like you would do with a shovel, toss the omelet up into the air and catch it again with the pan on the opposite side. Allow the other side to cook and brown.

6. Serve with sliced, salted and peppered tomato pieces!

ENJOY!

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