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Chile, Potato & Cheese Omelet

January/February 1999

Your rating: None Average: 4.4 (11 votes)

Serve topped with salsa. Accompany with warmed flour tortillas and a grated carrot salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Very good and easy to make. "
Chile, Potato & Cheese Omelet Recipe

6 Reviews for Chile, Potato & Cheese Omelet

06/08/2014
Anonymous
Easy and tasty

I made this in a pan that was larger than called for, so it was a little dry. The flavour was great though and I would make this again. I served this alongside Kale with Aplles and Mustard. Yum!

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03/31/2014
Anonymous
this is a fritata

The "omelets" on this site are actually more a fritata or crustless quiche.

Lacking balanced flavor and bulk to fill up hearty eaters, I would suggest adding mushrooms and a low sodium salsa to add depth. 2 scallions were more than enough, then again we're not onion fans to begin with.

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11/29/2011
Good but missing something

I agree with a previous reviewer who said it could have benefitted from salsa or hot sauce. It definitely felt like it was missing a crucial component and that may have been it.

I made this with hash browns and skipped the oil and just gave my pan a quick spray.

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05/24/2011
Good

It was very good, but nothing really in it to say WOW! Still like it so, definite I would eat it again. Just think as suggested would add some salsa or hot sauce something to "kick it up a notch" (Emeril) Thanks.

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02/03/2011
Bland on the 1200 cal meal plan

I am on the Vegetarian 1200 cal a day 28 Day Meal Plan. As the salsa and the tortilla are not on the list of ingredients, I am assuming that the plan does not call for them. But without them this omelet is very bland. It tasted peppery, but there was nothing else in it to say, "Yum!" It would help to at least put a little salsa on it as the original recipe suggests. That might raise the calorie level a tad bit, but it would be worth it.

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