Potato omelet is perfect for breakfast. Breakfast is one of the most important meals in the day. When you wake up in the morning what has really happened is that you have broken your fast from 6 to 8 hours of sleep and the body , naturally, is rearing for nourishment. So a simple breakfast just isn’t going to “cut it”. You need to fuel up for the long day ahead.
What’s For Breakfast?
And what’s better than the good ole egg for breakfast. Eggs, as long as I know, has been one of the foundation foods used for breakfast. You can have it deviled, scrambled, fried, poached, Florentine, Benedict, in omelettes, in a frittata, or in a soup … Oh! The variations you can have.
And what about potatoes? Potatoes have been on the menu as well, especially here in Trinidad and Tobago in choka, a pie, or fried, and eaten with our popular sada roti. Anyone for some with slight pepper 🙂 Yum!
Potato is really a great companion to eggs don’t you think? That’s why, for breakfast, I’m having my eggs and potato combo in a simple potato omelet. Of course not just any potato omelet, but a trini style omelet with all our favourite fresh green seasonings, like chadon beni and big leaf thyme. As always, in this easy breakfast recipe I will take you step by step to making this satisfying and delicious potato omelet.
A Potato Omelet for Breakfast
Now after making this potato omelette it had me thinking a bit… Instead of frying the potato, why not boil it? This alone will cut down on the amount of fat used for frying and the amount of fat consumed. But then, the recipe would have to be called by another name since it may not look like the original. Oh well, me and my ideas… perhaps I would do it that way next time and see how it comes out. Probably it would be a wonderful potato experiment!
Anyhow, here’s Potato Omelet trinistyle. Enjoy!
A Potato Omelet Recipe
2 medium potatoes
1 small onion
2 cloves garlic
3 sprigs chive
3 leaves chadon beni
1 sprig fine leaf thyme
2 leaves big leaf thyme
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tbsp. water
1 pinch black pepper
Note: At this point my imagination is going wild… Just think of what else you could add perhaps some bacon or top it with cheese or if you’re thinking local, how about some chutney to spice up things. The possibilities are endless 🙂
Okay folks, as usual more recipes to come.
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