Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Baked Omelette

I thought I will totally crazy after last night. The temperature went as high as it goes in the Chicago area, and the A/C unit in our apartment went kaput! Sleep less night and woke up cranky. But we are not here to talk about my sleepless nights, right! Here is a recipe for baked omelette, which I am sure you will like. If someone as cranky as I was ate it with relish today, anybody will.

Frittata

The peppers, oregano and cheddar flavors the egg to make a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner. The recipe today will serve two.

Frittata

I am having a party with all these blue painted bits and pieces of a tableware I picked up in Holland, Michigan.

Frittata


Ingredients:

Eggs - 2
Onions - 2 tbspn finely chopped
Bell pepper - 1 cup chopped
Serrano Pepper - 1/2 optional
Garlic - 1 clove
Oregano - 1/2 tspn (if you don't like it too reduce the quantity)
Fine Bread crumbs - 2 Tbspn
Cheddar Cheese - 1 cup
Salt - 1/8 tspn
Butter - 1/2 tbspn

Method:

1. Beat egg lightly and set aside
2. Heat butter in a pan and saute the onions, garlic and oregano followed by the peppers.
3. After adding peppers saute for a minute or two. Slid it into the egg with juices if any and mix
4. Add the bread crumbs mix to combine and pour this into a casserole and bake at 325 D F for 30 minutes
5. I used 1 1/2 quart casserole round pan to bake this. The mixture will remain way down at the bottom so you could use a smaller casserole if you like.

Contributor: Sunitha
Adapted from Paula Deens recipe

30 comments:

  1. Amazing clicks... love the presentation too :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  2. HMMM..... Can't wait to try.
    bookmarking it. :-)
    thanks for this.

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  3. Lovely and colorful.. sounds like a frittata with a twist..
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com

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  4. those looks Super tasty - on the rare occasions I do have omelettes, this would be an awesome method!

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  5. Looks delicious Sunitha.. Should give a try soon..

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  6. Colorful and delicious,can't wait to try this..tempting.

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  7. I love especially ur blue background, looks cool :)
    Baked omelette would be perfect for breakfast!

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  8. Oh this ooks very delicious :)

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  9. Lovely tableware! And the baked omelette sounds so delicious!

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  10. weather at my place also very hot. I need this kind of simple recipe in my meal.

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  11. I am drooling here....Yummy!

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  12. Looks so gud n lovely idea ...nice pics

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  13. Am ready to finish that wonderful looking omelette..

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  14. very good idea to bake an omlette

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  15. oh so sorry to hear that you had a disturb night b'caz of Ac. Nice idea to have omelette in this way. As usual beautiful clicks

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. looks like and easy recipe to make...will try out!!!

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  17. I love Baked omelets..
    This looks adipoli and yummy chechi...
    I am always amazed by how much butter Paula Deen use ...LOL..

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  18. blue tableware are so pretty! and eggs i can never say no!

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  19. That looks delicious! Beautiful pics and presentation..

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  20. Looks delicious..nice presentation!!

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  21. Sounds like the perfect breakfast to me! =)

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  22. beautiful delicious omelette like the cheese in it makes it so much more tasty

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  23. wow baked oelette looking colourful and yummy

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  24. Delicious omelette..love the fact that its baked!!

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  25. I love the color of this omelet! Mmmm

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