Easy Steak and Veggie Omelette
An easy moist omelette filled with steak, multi-colored bell peppers, tomatoes, green onions and black olives; heated and topped with cheddar cheese
1 large omelette
A dash of salt
1/4 cup thinly-sliced leftover steak
1/4 cup chopped (mixed) colored bell peppers
2 tablespoons diced onions
1/4 cup cooked hashbrowns (shredded), optional
1/4 cup shredded cheddar cheese
2 tablespoons diced tomatoes
2 tablespoons sliced black olives
2 tablespoons sliced green onions
Finely shredded cheese, for garnish
1. Saute steak, diced onions (not green onions) and peppers together, until onions are translucent and steak is warmed. Set aside.*
2. Grease a large skillet or griddle and preheat on medium. Scramble eggs with a dash of salt and pour over pre-heated griddle. Spread eggs to cover entire surface.
3. Turn stove to medium-low and cook until eggs are firm enough to flip without tearing. (Use a spatula to spread the wet eggs to the edge of the omelette as it cooks, if some areas are too thick.)
4. Flip eggs over and turn stove to low. Layer the steak mixture, hash browns (if using), cheese, tomatoes, olives, and some of the green onions over eggs. Fold or roll.** Allow to heat through. (Cover if needed, to get it extra hot!) Remove from heat and sprinkle with remaining green onions and a little cheese for garnish. Serve hot!
*I sometimes skip this first step. The veggies will be a little more crispy (which I like). Just make sure the omelette is heated through at the end, so the steak is hot inside. Or, microwave the steak before adding to the omelette.
**One thing to keep in mind is that making picture-perfect omelettes doesn't usually happen without a little practice! Don't be disappointed if your first couple tries aren't perfectly shaped. Give yourself time to learn your stove, skillet/griddle, and get some practice. I'm confident that you CAN make gorgeous omelettes at home that aren't too browned OR runny inside! :)
This recipe makes one huge omelette. We make about 4 times this recipe for our family (2 adults, and children ages 6, 5, 3, and 1).
This is a delicious steak egg omelette recipe. It's a great way to use leftover steak, and is so tasty!! This is Joshua's favorite omelette. They're easy to make, too! I prefer mine without any steak in them, but it's great either way! These rival the best restaurant omelettes we've ever had! My rating: 10/10.