What do you get when you cross an omelet and a quesadilla? An Oma-dilla of course! Something we’ve been loving for breakfast, lunch, and dinner lately is quesadillas and breakfast burritos. So it was time to switch things up a little with Oma-dillas!
But wait isn’t that just a breakfast quesadilla? My answer would be no. If I were to make a quesadilla and add scramble eggs than sure it’s a breakfast quesadilla, which yes could have the same ingredients as my Oma-dilla but it’s in a different package.
So why make an Oma-dilla instead of a breakfast quesadilla? I actually think they’re easier and I can eat them on the go, well multi-tasking not really going anywhere (hello 2020) without things falling out.
Plus it’s fun to say and makes the simple things fun for kids, well and adults, which we all could use right now. Spicing up the ordinary!
You can add whatever you want for fillings, I have been loving a basic spinach, mushroom, and avocado (or cheese). Another combo Baby G, A, and I are loving is broccoli and cheese. The basic steps are the same and you can either cook your veggies and fillings or not before adding them. Since I haven’t been wanting to thinly slice mushrooms lately I’ve been cooking the filling ahead a little.
What would you put in your Oma-dilla?
Again it’s Monday, aka Meatless Monday, and I look forward to seeing what’s happening in your kitchen and hope you link up with me and my co-host Deborah and share!
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||10 minutes|
- 1 9-10" tortilla (Angelic Bakehouse 7 Grain Sprouted Tortilla/Wrap)
- 2 large eggs
- 2-3 TBSP shredded cheese
- 1/3-1/2 c sliced mushrooms
- handful baby spinach
- avocado spray/ oil
- Spray skillet, or add a little oil, to skillet and heat over medium heat.
- If wanting to cook your veggies ahead of time add them to the pan and sauté for a couple minutes before removing.
- Ensure food is not stuck to the bottom of your pan or your eggs may stick.
- Add more oil/ avocado spray and heat to medium- medium low.
- Scramble eggs in a small dish using a fork and add to pan when it's hot. Swirl so eggs cover the bottom of the pan.
- When eggs are almost set add tortilla on top of the eggs.
- Eggs should not be sticking to the pan, if they are use a spatula around the edges, and flip.
- Add veggies and cheese to one half of the eggs.
- Once tortilla has started to brown, about 1-2 minutes, fold tortilla and eggs that don't have filling over the filling.
- Lightly press, remove, and slice in half.
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I have different versions of breakfast frittatas and quesadillas. It is fun to mix it up and it makes you feel like you are eating something new!
On repeat over here and we’re not bored yet! 😉