It's somewhere in one of my recipe files, you know the old fashioned ones, printed on paper, usually handwritten in faded ink on a scrap of paper.
But for today, I just made the Denver omelette the way I remember it served there.
Well, mostly like it.
Cause, I'm the cook and I can do it my way, so there.
Recipe: Denver Omelette Serves two
4 eggs, separated, with the whites whisked together
1 slice bacon diced
1 green pepper, diced
1 onion, diced
2 slices ham diced
5 mushrooms diced
1-2 oz. cheese ( I prefer Colby Jack)
Basically I just diced up equal amounts of green pepper, onions, ham and mushrooms.
See you can tell it's cooking away there, cause of the steam on the camera lens.
set it aside while I whisked two egg whites, then folded in the yolks. This was per person, I'm not coordinated enough to do 4 eggs at once.
Poured them into a well buttered pan, added the veggie/ham mixture,
And yes, I know I used the same picture twice in one post.
I thought it deserved a second look.
And it was good. I think my sister would have approved.