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This is a really easy recipe and great for kids when you need something fun and quick. Serve with a little ketchup on the side.

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons plain flour
  • 2 tablespoons milk
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 hot-dog sausage, cooked and sliced
  • 4 slices cheese
  • oil, as needed for cooking

MethodPrep:5min ›Cook:5min ›Ready in:10min

  1. In a small bowl, beat the eggs, add flour, milk and salt and mix for 5 minutes.
  2. In a frying pan, heat the oil, pour in the egg mixture and fry until set and golden.
  3. Arrange the sausage and cheese slices on top. Wait until cheese melts. Serve immediately.

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  • 2 tablespoons butter, cut into three even pieces
  • 1 hot dog, cut into 4 thin slices lengthwise
  • 2 slices hearty white bread, such as Pepperidge Farm or Arnold
  • 2 slices American, Cheddar, or Jack cheese
  • 1/2 cup your favorite chili
  • Kosher salt

Melt one third of butter in a large non-stick skillet over medium heat until foaming subsides. Add hot dog slices and cook, turning occasionally, until browned on all sides. Transfer to a plate. Add both bread slices and cook, swirling occasionally, until pale golden brown on bottom side, about 2 minutes.

Transfer bread to a cutting board toasted-side-up. Place cheese slices on top of each slice. Add hot dogs and chili to one side, then close sandwich, with both toasted sides facing inwards.

Melt one more piece of butter in the skillet and reduce heat to medium low. Add sandwich and cook, swirling occasionally, until deep, even golden brown, about 5 minutes. Remove sandwich using a flexible metal spatula. Add the remaining butter. Return sandwich to skillet cooked-side up. Season with salt. Cook, swirling occasionally, until second side is deep, even golden brown and cheese is thoroughly melted, about 5 minutes. Serve immediately.


Masala Omelette Recipe

This is my favourite kind of breakfast. Totally delicious. The omelette has full of flavour and it really packs a punch. A great way to include some veggies in your morning breakfast.

Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.

Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking Time: 5 mins
Serves: 2


Ingredients:

Eggs – 4
Onion – 1 medium size chopped finely
Tomato – 1 medium size chopped finely
Capsicum / Bell Peppers – 1/4 cup chopped finely
Coriander leaves a small handful chopped finely
Green Chillies – 1 chopped finely
Turmeric Powder – 1/2 tsp
Chilli Powder – 1/2 tsp
Pepper Powder – 1/2 tsp
Garam masala powder – 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil – 1 tblspn

Heat oil in a pan, pour the mix in and cook till the bottom sets. Flip over and cook till the other side is done.




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To begin with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can have cheese omelette using 9 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Cheese omelette:

  1. Prepare of eggs.
  2. Get of milk.
  3. Prepare of finely chopped onions.
  4. Get of finely chopped tomatoes.
  5. Get of finely chopped capsicum (optional ).
  6. Take of chopped coriander.
  7. Prepare of vegetable oil.
  8. Take of processed cheese (can use mozzarella as well).
  9. Prepare of salt and pepper.

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Instructions to make Cheese omelette:

  1. In a bowl, put egg, milk, onion, tomato, capsicum, coriander, salt and pepper. Mix well..
  2. Heat the pan and pour vegetable oil. After the oil becomes hot, put the mixture. In that, spread the cheese before the egg cooks..
  3. Half fold the omelette. And let the egg and cheese cook nicely..
  4. It's ready! You can use schezwan sauce as well.

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Eggs and Hot Dogs

When I was growing up one of my favorite breakfast dishes that my mom made was scrambled eggs with cheese hot dogs. (In case you are unaware, hot dogs can be added to any dish to make it better. Mac and cheese with hot dogs is outstanding.)

One of the very first breakfasts BF ever made me (other than his famous breakfast bowl) was fried eggs with a side of fried hot dogs. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing! I thought my family was the only family on earth that ate hot dogs and eggs for breakfast.

Hot dogs are a quarrelsome matter in our kitchen. My favorite hot dogs are Oscar Meyer Cheese Hot Dogs. Wait for it … BF hates cheese filled hot dogs! I didn’t think that was possible (cheese makes everything better, too) but seriously, he detests them. He doesn’t thinks cheese squished inside a hot dog is natural. (Which is funny because hot dogs are not the most natural of foods, so why not make it even more unnatural by adding processed cheese?)

Alas, we don’t keep cheese hot dogs in the kitchen. Once I made BF try mac and cheese and CHEESE hot dogs (like he’s always making me try things) and he said … There’s too much cheese in this dish. What can I say? He likes things the way he likes them.

This morning as BF was showering to get ready for work, I decided I would make him breakfast. Actually this is the second morning in a row I made him breakfast before work. That almost never happens.

I have yet to go grocery shopping this week and our refrigerator was broken yesterday, so we didn’t have much in our refrigerator when I peeked in there this morning. But we did have eggs, hot dogs, and cheese.

If ever someone is going to make an omelette in our kitchen, it’s going to be BF. However, on weekday mornings BF is pressed for time. Occasionally I step in and make him some sort of egg dish. Actually, I grew up making omelettes. My mom taught me how to make them at a very young age, and I think I was very good at it. Problem is I don’t really remember how to make them anymore.

For BF’s omelette I sliced one non-cheese hot dog and pan-fried it in a little butter. Then I whisked two eggs with a little smidgen of water (I know that was how I made them when I was little — when I explained my recipe once to BF he looked at me like I had a third eye. I think the water helps make the eggs more frothy and the omelette should then turn out thick and fluffy. Or something like that.) After I whisked the eggs for a few minutes I poured them into a medium-sized pan and then placed a few strips of American cheese on top. (This would be one of those times when the only cheese you should use would be American. Real cheese doesn’t go with processed hot dogs, in my opinion.) Then I lay the hot dog slices on top of that. I swirled the egg around until the there wasn’t any more egg juice running around the pan and flipped the omelette in half. Taking a cue from BF’s omelette making method, I flipped the omelette over a few times to brown it. Then I served it with a few more strips of American cheese on top for garnish. I was going to garnish it with hot dog slices, too, but I forgot.

I didn’t taste BF’s breakfast, so when rating this dish I have to take that into account. I asked BF how the omelette was mid-bite, and he replied good.

The original title of this post was “Hot Dog Omelette” which makes sense when you read what I wrote. I decided to update the post to make it more general about eggs and hot dogs. You can eat eggs and hot dogs so many ways!

One of the ways I like to make eggs and hot dogs (or any type of sausage, really) is by making scrambled eggs. I was never a huge fan of scrambled eggs until recently. Don’t get me wrong. I liked them OK. It’s just not something I would have ever really ordered unless it was the only thing being served.

Then I watched that Bradley Cooper movie where he’s a Chef in Paris and I became inspired by the scene where his rival chef was cooking scrambled eggs for him. I tried to mimic the scene in my own kitchen (minus drunk Bradley Cooper) and voila. I had the best scrambled eggs I’ve ever tasted!

This recipe serves one but you can easily multiply it to serve additional folks.


  • Eggs – 2
  • Cheese – 2 slices (cut in thin stripes)
  • Onion – 1 (chopped)
  • Tomato – 1 (chopped)
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil
  • Pepper – 1 pinch

Beat the eggs in a bowl and add the cheese, onion, tomato, salt and pepper to the eggs.

Heat a little oil in a pan and spread the oil on the entire surface of the pan.

Now pour the egg mix on the pan and let it cook. Once the egg is done fold it in half and serve hot with tomato sauce.


Omelette with hot-dog and cheese recipe - Recipes


I don't watch football, and don't generally go to Super Bowl parties, so when asked for ideas, I default to my Sriracha Buffalo Wings recipe and call it a day.

But with the Seahawks playing the Broncos, I actually had an idea for the Seattle snack -- hot dogs with cream cheese. Oldest nephew and his best friend, who both went to college in Seattle, introduced the dish to me several years ago during a Memorial Day barbecue.

I admit, the thought of adding cream cheese to my hot dog was weird to me so I didn't try it then. I did now though and thought the creaminess of the cheese paired well with the grilled meat. Huh! Who would have thought?

So that left me brainstorming for what to do for a Denver-based snack. What food is Denver known for? Rocky Mountain oysters? Heh heh. Obviously, I went with a Denver Omelet Sandwich.

Which would you rather eat? Yeah, I meant to blog this before the game, but the outcome of my culinary NFL was the same as the real game -- Seattle all the way.



Seattle Hot Dog with Cream Cheese

You'll need:
Hot dogs
Buns
Cream cheese

Optional: Grilled onions, mustard, jalapenos, Sriracha, or barbecue sauce or popular add-ons.

It's a hot dog! Toast the bun. Grill the hot dog. Add anything you wish, the only requirement is some cream cheese. Seattle hot dog vendors have squeeze bottles to squirt the cream cheese. I just went with slicing lengthwise.

In hindsight, I realized I also forgot the drizzle of Sriracha, which would have added so much more flavor to the final product, as well as color for my picture. Next time!



Denver Omelet Sandwich

For 2 sandwiches, you'll need:
4 slices bread, toasted
3 eggs
2 tsp milk
Pinch of salt
Pinch of ground black pepper
1/2 medium onion, diced
1/2 cup ham, diced
1/2 green bell pepper, diced
1/4 cup cheddar cheese

Toast the bread. Scramble the eggs in a bowl. I add just a few teaspoons of milk to my scrambled eggs to make them fluffier. Add a pinch of salt and ground black pepper and beat the eggs. Set aside.



Dice the onion, ham, and green bell pepper. In a saucepan on medium high heat, drizzle a bit of oil and add the diced onion first. When the onion starts softening, add the ham and bell pepper.



Turn the heat down to medium-low and add the eggs.



Cover the pan and in a few minutes, the eggs should start setting.



Add the shredded cheese and cover the pan again. In less than a minute, when the cheese melts, turn off the heat and flip the omelet in half.



In a regular Denver omelet, I like to add the ingredients just to the middle of the eggs, but as a sandwich, I like seeing the colors of the ham and green bell pepper with the eggs.



Seattle hot dogs with cream cheese versus a Denver omelet sandwich.


Vegan Omelette – Light fluffy and super easy!

When Jaye and I were first dating, we were both working at a nightclub in Cape Town. I was a bartender and he was the manager.

Shifts were long – we would often start at 5pm and only knock off at 7am the next morning.

I was at university at the time so you can just imagine how well I was coping with the early morning classes. Luckily I only worked 2-3 nights a week. But that’s besides the point.

The actual point of my little story is that when I wasn’t rushing off to early morning classes, we would often go out for breakfast straight after our shift. And omelettes were the preferred choice!

By the time we went vegan, we had also left nightclub work behind and were all about getting to bed at 11 like ‘normal’ people.

But nonetheless breakfast food brings back fond memories, and though I didn’t exactly miss omelettes after going vegan, I was still pretty thrilled to sample some vegan omelettes in a restaurant in Cape Town.

So after that I was totally inspired to get in the kitchen and figure out how to make my own.

Though I haven’t actually tried to make one with tofu, just from sampling vegan omelettes in restaurants I decided that I preferred the ones made with chickpea flour. So that’s what I went for with this recipe.

When I was making this Jaye remarked that it’s more like a pancake than an omelette really when you consider the ingredients, and….maybe it is.

But with how it’s served, the fabulous yellow color, the light and fluffy texture, and a little black salt (also called kala namak – has a super eggy taste), it’s perfectly ‘omeletty’ to me!

And with some vegan cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, onion and some sliced up vegan sausage, vegan omelettes are just perfect vegan breakfast food. No doubt.

I mean you can even fry up some vegan bacon on the side if you want to.

Serve with toast (or not if gluten-free) and you have yourself a vegan breakfast of kings I tell ya!

I used black salt (kala namak) in this omelette, which gives a wonderful eggy flavor. If you haven’t tried black salt yet then you definitely have to give it a go! It’s got a very strong eggy flavor, it can almost seem too strong, so you have to go easy. I used only 1/4 tsp in this recipe and I’d recommend to start with that amount, but after that if you like it and want to add more, go for it! If you don’t have black salt though you can just use regular salt, this omelette will still be totally awesome.

You will love how light and fluffy, cheesy, salty and omeletty this recipe is. As well as how easy it is to throw together.

You’ll also love how high in protein this is at 18.6g protein per omelette!

So let us know what you think of this recipe by leaving a comment and rating the recipe too, thanks so much.

For more delicious ‘eggy’ vegan breakfast recipes check out our super ‘eggy’ vegan tofu scramble as well as our simple tofu scramble (yes we have TWO tofu scramble recipes!). And for more delicious vegan breakfasts our vegan french toast, vegan pancakes and classic vegan waffles do not disappoint!

And while you’re here, sign up for our email list and receive our awesome recipe ebook containing 10 vegan dinner recipes entirely free. You’ll also be the first to know when new recipes are posted to the blog.


The following ingredients are required to

  • 2 Frankfurter sausages chopped into bite size chunks
  • 1 egg
  • 2 slices of bread
  • Knob of Butter
  • BBQ Sauce

Frankfurters

Hot dog sausages may not be the healthiest of food but there is no denying that a simple smoky bratwurst is very tasty and it is even better when added to an omelette toastie.

A super food wrapped in it’s own packaging. Beat the egg lightly before adding it to the pan and try not to over cook it. You want it firm but not dry.

Bread

Any bread will do for this toastie. If you have a sourdough loaf to hand it will be absolutely delicious and woul dbe my top choice. However, regular bread is fine and still very tasty.

Butter

Use a generous knob of butter when cooking the omelette as, everything is better with butter. My new favorite phrase.

BBQ Sauce

I used a BBQ sauce to finish off this toasted sandwich but you could also opt for ketchup, mayonnaise or brown sauce (it’s a Brit thing).

No cheese

So, I haven’t added any cheese to this recipe but it would be very easy to do. Simply add grated cheddar or a slice of Gouda to the omelette mixture as it cooks.


How to prepare Italian omelette

Step 1: Prepare the omelet liquid

To make frittata, first break fresh eggs in a bowl of the right size. Beat the eggs with a fork. Keep doing this until the yolks and whites are completely mixed. Now it’s time to add salt. Then chop the fresh parsley and add it to the egg. Stir the liquid again a little to mix. Finally, add Parmesan cheese to the liquid and stir well. The omelet liquid is ready. Now you have to fry it.

Step 2: Fry the Italian omelette

Pour the olive oil into a Teflon pan and heat. Wait until the oil is completely hot. To test, you can pour a drop of liquid into the oil. If it hardens quickly and the oil falls into the jellies, then it is ready. Pour the Italian omelette liquid into the hot oil here. After about two minutes, the bottom of the omelet closes. At this stage, place a plate on the mouth of the frying pan. The size of the plate should be the same size or larger than the opening of the pan. Then return the omelette to the plate. Now transfer the omelette back to the pan so that the other side is firm.

When the eggs are completely hard, do the flipping once more. This is to completely roast both sides of the omelet. Your food is ready. Serve on the same plate you used to turn upside down and sprinkle some black pepper. Enjoy eating it.

Note that the classic Italian omelette is prepared very quickly. But if you want to use other vegetables in it, you have to spend more time. Because all vegetables must be cooked in omelet before use.

Key points

You can use vegetables such as garlic, broccoli, onions, tomatoes, squash or potatoes in frittata. But they must be cooked or roasted before pouring them into the olive oil.

If you are interested in potato eggs with mushrooms, you can follow the recipe.


Watch the video: How to cook fluffy omelet with cheese chicken hotdog? (July 2022).


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