Oven Baked Omelet

This oven baked omelet is my favorite breakfast food. It combines everyone’s favorites all in one easy dish. And not only is it easy to cook its easy to remove from the pan. The iron skillet gives this dish a delicious taste.

5 eggs, beat
2 tablespoons sunflower oil
1/4 cup milk
8 slices of Turkey bacon, diced
1 small onion, diced
1 potato, peeled and diced
salt and pepper to taste
1/4 shredded cheese

1. Pre-heat oven to 350F. Lightly grease a 6-inch iron skillet. In a 4-inch skillet on medium heat add oil. Add onions, potatoes and bacon. Cook for 10 minutes or until tender. In a small bowl add eggs, milk, salt and pepper, mix well. Pour egg mixture into iron skillet. Add potato mixture into eggs mixture. Place iron skillet into the oven for 20-30 minutes or until egg is completely cooked. Sprinkle with cheese and allow to melt quickly in the oven.

Yields: 4 servings

6 Responses to Oven Baked Omelet

  • Umm Hamza says:

    salam alaykum,
    Yummy this dish looks tasty and yet so simple! at first glance it looked like a pizza :)
    JazakAllahu Khairan

  • precious says:

    I can now make an omelet without breaking it into two! Thanks to this new idea!
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  • Miss MishMish says:

    As Salaam Alaikum Noor,

    Were you able to buy the cast iron in Saudi or did you bring one from back home? I have never been able to find one here in the UAE :(

  • Noor says:

    Alaykum Salam,

    This is really an easy and yummy dish. I know you all would be very happy with it. Mishmish in my family the mom always passed the iron skillet to her daughter. And I have three and they were all my great grandmothers mashAllah. Its a Southern thing and yea I have carried them all over with me from TN. I could not do without them.

  • Noor says:

    Alaykum Salam,

    This is really an easy and yummy dish. I know you all would be very happy with it. Mishmish in my family the mom always passed the iron skillet to her daughter. And I have three and they were all my great grandmothers mashAllah. Its a Southern thing and yea I have carried them all over with me from TN. I could not do without them.

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