Western Omelet or Denver Omelette or a Southwestern Omelette, is a popular breakfast cuisine globally. The filling requires some ham, bell peppers, and onion. Then the omelet is garnished with cheddar or Swiss cheese so that it can offer a delicious and sticky appearance.
It doesn’t take much time or effort to cook, but it covers our nutrition needs easily. To tell you a thing frankly, I like to add pork in it, as pork is much tender in comparison to the chicken. However, if you like to alter it – you can easily do it.
Also, if you don’t have a non-stick skillet to make the omelet, you can do it using a flat pan as well.
Therefore, if you prefer to have Western Omelet in the breakfast, you can check these recipes too –
Let’s know more about Western Omelet recipe –
|Preparation Time||Cooking Time||Servings||Cuisine|
|15 minutes||10 minutes||1||Western, Breakfast|
Nutrition Involved: –
1 serving of Western Omelet contains –
| Calories – 650 Kcal | Protein – 40 grams | Carbohydrates – 11 grams | Fat – 50 grams | Cholesterol – 635 mg | Sodium – 1590 mg |
Process To Make Western Omelet: –
At first, take a small bowl & beat the 3 eggs. Then season it with salt and pepper as per your taste and set aside.
After that heat 3 tablespoons of the butter in a skillet over medium heat. Then add the peppers (red & green) and cook until tender.
Subsequently add ham and onions and cook with peppers and stir frequently. Then transfer to a bowl.
Now in a separate skillet, heat butter and when it’s heated add the beaten eggs and cook. Stir properly using a spatula and when its cooked add the cheddar cheese and let it rest for 30 seconds.
Finally, add the ham and peppers in between the omelet and fold in half. Add some chopped tomatoes with it and serve western omelet!