Tomato Cheese and Bacon Omelette

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Hello Sunday, and welcome Winter! Today recipe is from my hubby, Borey. It has been a busy weekend with the kids. We spent the entire Saturday out to the Sydney aquarium and the Sydney Wild Life Park. Despite the bad weather forecast, we took the chance. There was nothing to lose, at least we got to eat some nice Japanese ramen if it was to rain, but the weather was just perfect. I was wearing singlet the whole time. Running after the kids was also a contributing factor. I was so exhausted and looked forward to today so I could have some rest.

Borey made us his famous tomato, cheese and bacon omelette for breakfast. It is so good that you have to give it a go. I normally never paid attention when he was making it, but this time I wanted to learn so that I could compile this and share with you guys. So all the gentlemen out there, please make this for your lovely partner although the ladies can also surprise their love ones too. I am sure they will be appreciative!

Recipe for Tomato Cheese and Bacon Omelette
Make: 2 large Omelettes
Time: 5 mins preparation, 10 mins cooking

What you need:
1 large tomato
2 slices of short cut bacon
2 slices of nice cheese or a cup of shredded cheese
4 eggs
3 tbsp milk
salt
black pepper
olive oil

Optional salad
baby spinach
baby rocket
truffle oil

Process:
1- Dice tomato and bacon into small pieces

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2- Break cheese in to small pieces in case you use sliced cheese

3- Crack eggs into a large bowl and add milk, 2 cracks of salt (1/4 tsp) and 2 cracks of peppers

4- Whisk egg mixture with fork till well combined

5- Heat up the frying non-stick pan or a skillet on medium heat (We use heat 6 from 1 to 9 cook top)

6- When the pan is hot, add some olive oil to coat the pan then pour half of the egg mixture into the pan like making a pancake

7- Allow the egg mixture to set for a min or so

8- Fill half of the omelette with half of the fillings: tomato, bacon and cheese

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9- Cook them till all the egg mixture is firming up but still slightly runny

10- flip the other half of the circle to cover the cheese and continue cooking for another 1 min

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11- Slide the omelette onto a clean plate and garnish with salad or truffle oil. It can be served with bread, but it is big enough for me.

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12- Repeat the step for another omelette

Enjoy your breakfast!

Tips: you can replace bacon with ham or smoked salmon

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