Chicken Potato Omelette

Good morning!  How did you spend your weekend guys?  Every weekend morning, I always have the chance to prepare breakfast and this recipe I love to make because not only are omelettes one of my go-to, no-brainer breakfast recipes, but I love this recipe particularly because it is so hearty and will definitely fill you up til lunch.  You all know I love making things easy and this one is no exception, very simple but super delicious.  I actually got this recipe from a good friend and office mate, Gwen (Hi Gwen!).  She usually will have this for lunch which her mom makes for her and another good friend and office mate, Rhea, and I will share Weng's packed lunch. (Haha! Sorry Gwen!).  I asked Gwen for the recipe and I have been making this ever since.  I also love that this recipe brings back office memories - packed lunch, chitchat during lunch time, and all the fun stuff we used to do :)
Chicken Potato Omelette



For this easy recipe, you will need the following:
1. Chicken breast
2.  Potatoes
3.  Tomatoes, deseeded and sliced
4.  Eggs
5.  Garlic and onion, sliced and diced
You will also need, cooking oil, salt, and pepper.
Chicken Potato Omelette



First, wash your potatoes.  Peel then cube to a bit smaller than bite-size pieces.  I love putting a lot of potatoes on my omelette so I used one large potato for this recipe.
Chicken Potato Omelette
Next, prepare the chicken by deboning or you can buy breast fillets at the supermarket then clean and cut to bite-size pieces.  I used about a third of a breast meat for this recipe.
Chicken Potato Omelette
Next, in a clean bowl, crack two eggs and beat until the yolks combined with the whites.  You can use a whisk or a fork to do this.  Do not season at this point.  I have been marathoning Gordon Ramsay's shows lately and he says not to season eggs with salt and pepper before cooking, so follow Gordon Ramsay's advice if you do not want to be yelled at, hehe!
Chicken Potato Omelette
In a heated pan, put a bit of cooking oil, then saute garlic and onion until garlic is golden brown and onions turn translucent.  Add tomatoes and cook until softened.
Chicken Potato Omelette
Place the sauteed garlic, onion and tomato on one side of the pan then place the chicken. Cook chicken until tender then place it on one side of the pan.  Add and cook the potatoes.  The potatoes should be soft but not soggy.  Mix all ingredients together then season with salt and pepper.
Chicken Potato Omelette
Now it's time to add in the beaten eggs.  Evenly distribute our filling then cook as usual.
Chicken Potato Omelette
This is how my omelettes looked like after. Yummy!  No need for bread or rice.  Just plain omelette wtih hot sauce and I'm good to go :)
Chicken Potato Omelette
Hope you try today's recipe.
Enjoy!
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26 comments:

  1. Sounds yummy, but I'm passing on the onion, garlic and tomatoes. Will probably just add cheese instead. Lol.

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    1. oh i forgot the cheese! silly me! hahaha!

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  2. Easy and yummy! I'm pinning this! :)

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  3. Looks yummy, I note this one as well

    See you Angel xx

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  4. Delicious recipe, I must try it !

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  5. easy dish. thanks for sharing. xo

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  6. Why do I always check your posts when I’m hungry???
    I am truly sorry about my absence and my very late visit to your blog and thank you so much for your sweet message.
    I love omelettes, but unfortunately can’t eat them at night, seem to be a bit too heavy. Your just looks so delicious and the omelette is enough for me too, no need for rice or anything else, just maybe a bit of salad, depending on the day!
    Thank you so much for sharing and I really want to take a bit at my computer even though I know I won’t taste the omelette that way… Great recipe!!!!!
    Take care and kisses!

    http://momodicted.blogspot.pt/

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    1. ooops! sorry dear! so glad you are back :)

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  7. It looks yummy! You made me hungry!

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  8. I love potatoes in my omelets...just don't always put them there when I want a quick omelet. This looks yummy.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  9. It's such a nice dish for breakfast and can be eaten alone because it already contain carbohydrate and protein. I think we can also add cheese to the ingredient for a super yummy dish.

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  10. This is so interesting! It's filled with things I don't usually have for breakfast, but still looks absolutely delicious. Thanks for linking up with Creative Spark!

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  11. Mmmmh i like this http://lamodadigrazia.blogspot.it

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