How to Make Eggs So Delicious That You Could Eat Them Everyday For the Rest of Your Life – John's Tips For How To Make An Omelette With All The Fancy Fixin's!

I’ve been eating eggs my whole life and if there were such a thing as a superfood, then I would probably say that eggs one of them. However, there’s one problem with eggs that I’ve found most people face – they get old and boring quick! I think the secret to enjoying this superfood, is to learn how to make eggs in new, tasty ways. So, I introduce you to the “Mother of All Omelette’s.”

Learn how to make eggs in this quick “in-the-kitchen” video…

How to Make Eggs – John’s Tips For How To Make An Omelette With Vegetables And Meat

How to Make Eggs: The Mother of All Omelette’s Recipe

1-2 tsp of Olive Oil (or use butter)
1/2 cup of onion, chopped
1/2 cup of green pepper, chopped
2-3 oz of ham, or other meat, sliced
4-6 eggs (free range is preferred)
2 tbsp of shredded cheddar cheese
1/4 cup of salsa

1) Heat 1-2 tsp of Olive Oil or butter in a skillet.
2) Saute 1/2 cup of onion, and 1/2 cup of green pepper until most of the oil is soaked up.
3) Add the meat, heat thoroughly, until vegetables are browning.
4) Remove all veggies and meat from the pan.
5) Cook the eggs
6) About half way through the egg cooking process, add in the veggies and meat, and mix thoroughly.
7) Cook until desired consistency is reached.
8 ) Top with 2 tbsp of shredded cheddar cheese.
9) Pour 1/4 cup of salsa on the side
10) (optional – top with black pepper)

Notes: This recipe can be easily modified to create a completely different meal. Just by changing the meat or the vegetables, you can create a lot of different types of eggs, meaning eating eggs will never get old. Try ham, bacon, turkey sausage, ground beef, or buffalo for a different meat. Try tomato, mushrooms, scallions (green onions) snow peas, coriander, spinach, or broccoli for new vegetables. You can also try out different cheeses for a new topping.

If you’re trying to lose weight, I recommend omitting the olive oil and/or butter, and omit the cheese on top. I also recommend sticking only to very lean cuts of meat. If you’re trying to gain weight, then I recommend adding in some starchy carbs on the side, such as oatmeal, whole wheat toast, a banana, or homemade pancakes.


To your health and success,

Fitness Professional

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