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Kitchen Sink Omelette

(post, Natalie James)

This omelette consists of way more filling than egg - just the way I like it! I make it for my boyfriend and I when we want a "breakfast for dinner" style evening - complete with a Netflix movie streamed live from the XBOX360. (I recommend Primer!)

You will need:

-4 or 5 fingerling potatoes, sliced into thin rounds 
-4 smallish red or orange bell peppers, cut into approx. 1/2 square inch chunks
-1 giant sweet purple onion, diced
-6 large-ish eggs, beaten in a bowl 
-Half a stick of butter (approx. 4 Tablespoons)
-Salt and pepper, to taste
-Hot Sauce...if you're one of THOSE people

Melt the butter in a LARGE, high rimmed non-stick pan. Throw in the thin fingerling slices and the diced onion. Let cook on medium heat for about 15-20 minutes until browned and soft, stirring and flipping regularly with a spatula. Add the bell pepper chunks, cook for 5 minutes. Then add the eggs and stir vigorously as the egg coagulates and solidifies. It will not hold together like an omelette - it has too much yummy in it. Split onto two plates and season. OM NOM NOM.

Note: You can add diced fresh spinach to this, if your boyfriend is not morally opposed (like mine). Just chop a cup up into small chunks and add it to the beaten eggs in the beginning. It will be delicious!