Hello and best wishes for the month of May. This is my brunch. I used one egg for this omelette because (excuse me) I needed room for the cocktail.
Easy cheesy, omelette pizza:
- Sautée plum tomatoes with sausages and garlic.
- Cook an omelette on one side, flip it.
- Top the cooked side with the tomatoes and sausage.
- Top that with shredded Gouda cheese.
- Reduce heat and cover skillet until the cheese melts.
- Photograph right away.
- Eat omelette while it is hot.
The cooking time is short. If you’ve made an omelette pizza before, I’d love to hear from you.
What’s in this?
One egg; sausages – diced; plum tomatoes – halved (green, orange, purple); black olives – sliced; finely shredded Gouda cheese; garlic – grated; rock salt (a little); butter/sesame seed oil.
My dessert of choice is Greek yogurt and raspberry sauce, which mGm will appreciate. The May Day cocktail, fresh cut strawberries in blood orange juice and sparkling wine, is for Work in Progress.
Thank you for viewing.
220 replies on “Omelette Pizza – Easy cheesy breakfast”
This looks delicious! 😍😍😍
Thank you. I’ve developed a serious milk allergy, so I’m only allowed to have milk in small amounts. I think that was my very last meal with cheese. It’s not that difficult to make and if you don’t have a problem eating eggs or dairy you could even get away with putting ricotta on it instead of mozzarella or Gouda.
I am a damn foodie and keep watching recipes to try on. Will definitely try this one too!
Thank you. I suggest baking it for about 5 minutes in the oven. Add the toppings, and then put it back in the oven for about 10 minutes. Try a small one first (one egg) and a few ingredients to get the right balance. I also suggest using rosemary and thyme.
Sure thing! Noted!
Keep cooking 😊
Wow! You do just about everything well, don’t you? Delicious!!
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You’re very kind Donovan. I should make a slasher pizza for next Halloween. 💕❤️❤️❤️
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