By: Chef Laura Bonicelli
Can you eat too many vegetables? Probably not, and if you love vegetables, my Veggie Thyme Over-stuffed Omelet is for you! The combination of onions, peppers, spinach, and thyme is delightful and oh so healthy! Buy your ingredients at your favorite Farmers Market!
About Veggie Thyme Over-stuffed Omelet for Two
My Veggie Thyme Over-stuffed Omelet is a single skillet dish. The onions and mushrooms will start to caramelize while the peppers are perfect at crisp-tender. The spinach will wilt, while the thyme becomes fragrant.
I finish the omelet in the oven. That ensures that the eggs don’t
over-brown on the bottom, and they stay tender. Most omelets involve cheese, but I don’t think this needs it. But, you can always add a little feta or Parmesan if it strikes your fancy. Have fun making and sharing my Veggie Thyme Over-stuffed Omelet for Two!
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