Spinach Omelet in the New Pan

Omelet, flat

Some days . . . only an omelet will do. Fortunately, these lovely ingredients were on hand, and I thoroughly enjoyed this light lunch. I’d meant to use Swiss cheese, but pulled out the pepper cheese in error, so since I was lazy AND hungry, the pepper cheese won out. Good choice, as it was just the right touch.

Once again the new, colorful pan came through. It was so delicious! Clean up took about a minute!

Another great meal from the “Less Than A Dollar” menu! ;->

Omelet to eat

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About judilyn

RV'er, foody, caregiver, knowledge seeker
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16 Responses to Spinach Omelet in the New Pan

  1. Jan says:

    What kind of pan is it Judie as I am looking and really want a cast iron one with the ceramic coating of course, have seen but you think I can find one now, well no way.

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  2. bethbyrnes says:

    Perfect looking omelette – love that ceramic pan!

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  3. Jan says:

    Thanks Judie, I bet you watch him on the Chew also 🙂

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  4. Jan says:

    Yes it is, and Mario is one of the cooks on it. You can go to http://www.thechew.com and get many good recipes, if you do check out his Orange Julius I have made and is good.

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    • judilyn says:

      I feel so out of it – I don’t know who Mario is, either. I’ve seen a picture of a fellow who wears red shoes, and it seems like his name is Mario. Is that the one?

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  5. Liz says:

    Lazy and hungry indeed, but it turned out well. The addition of spinach, cheese and pepper is great and I love that pan by the way!!!

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    • judilyn says:

      The pan is so perfect for so many things. I wouldn’t cook meat in it on high heat, but much prefer it to the microwave for gently reheating foods. Preheat the pan with some water in it, then add food, keeping heat setting no more than medium. Spray top of food with water from a spray bottle to create steam at the top of the food, and cover. Almost any reheated food benefits from a spritz of water during the process.

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