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Coastal-Inspired Omelets

Updated: Jun 7

With a variety of new cheeses in stock from Nestucca Bay Creamery and an abundance of other local flavors available at this time of year, this coastal-inspired omelet recipe features a diverse group of producers in time for Local Food Month!


From Marketplace: (Makes 3 omelets)

  • 6 eggs from Mountains to Rivers Ranch

  • 1/4 cup milk from Bennett Family Farm

  • Cheese - your favorite from Nestucca Bay Creamery

  • Ground meat - your choice from Low Tide Farms or Lance's Farm Vittles

  • Carrots from Josi Farms

  • Zucchini from Josi Farms

  • Dulse from Oregon Seaweed* * The dulse is salty, which is why this recipe does not need other salt


Other Ingredients:

  • Ground black pepper

  • Oil or butter


Prep:

  1. Thinly slice the carrots and zucchini into bite-sized pieces.

  2. Shred your cheese.

  3. Coarsely chop your dulse.



Steps:

  1. Either pour your milk into a bowl or keep it in the measuring cup if large enough and add the eggs and pepper. Whisk together.

  2. Heat a little oil or butter in a pan over medium heat on the stovetop, and put in your ground meat. Use a spatula to chop it up and stir it to cook evenly.

  3. When cooked through, transfer the meat to a bowl, keeping the liquid fat in the pan.

  4. Add the carrots, zucchini, and dulse to the pan. Stir and flip them occasionally until the carrots and zucchini are soft.

  5. Transfer them to the bowl with the meat and mix together.

  6. Turn down the heat to medium-low. Let the pan cool to this setting for a couple of minutes. If you need more oil or butter to coat the bottom of the pan, add some. Pour the egg mixture into the pan, evenly coating it. When the edges start to cook, gently pull them inward, letting the uncooked egg fill the space at the edges. Repeat.

  7. When the egg is mostly set throughout: on half the eggs, sprinkle cheese and pour on some meat and veggie mixture. Fold the bare half of the eggs over the fillings. Cook until cheese is melted, and remove from pan. If making more omelets, keep the done omelets warm in oven set to 170 degrees Fahrenheit.


Enjoy!


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