Recipe for Sugar Snap Pea, Garlic, Cheddar Cheese, Egg-White Omelet

17 Nov

One of my favorite eats is my morning omelet. While I don’t eat it every morning, I eat it often, perhaps three or four times each week.

As the title suggests, it consists of sugar snap peas, cheddar cheese, garlic, egg whites and some no-stick cooking spray. 

First, I apply an ample amount of cooking spray to the bottom of the frying pan.

Second, I crush the garlic (I use a lot, perhaps more than most people.).

Third, I heat the pan on a low heat and place the crushed garlic in the pan.

Fourth, every 15 or 30 seconds, I move the garlic around so it fries as evenly as possible.

Fifth, I take a handful of fresh sugar snap peas, wash them and I cut them length-wise.

Sixth, after the garlic is browned to my liking, I add the sugar snap peas and fry them with the garlic, probably no more than a few minutes, just long enough to get them hot.

Seventh, I add the egg whites.  I’ve learned to use as little egg whites as possible because the egg whites fry evenly and it’s easy to serve open face.

Eighth I add cheddar cheese.

Ninth, when egg-white liquid is no longer runny, I place it open-face on a plate,

I must confess what makes my omelets special is what I put on top. First, I put some mango salsa followed with nacho-style cut pickled jalapeño peppers. To me it’s yummy. Enjoy.

One Response to “Recipe for Sugar Snap Pea, Garlic, Cheddar Cheese, Egg-White Omelet”

  1. willfreeman555 Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 7:33 pm #

    Looks great, Barry- I do the same thing, but usually add sausage, chicken or even fish, depending on whats left over, and I use whole eggs. I’m one of those lucky people with lots of “good” HDL genes) A few capers is good sometimes and altho Ive never tried the snow peas, I might do so. I too am a garlic fan, and I find that the minced garlic in a jar is most efficient. Been enjoying your posts. Keep on the struggle and keep them honest..

    William Freeman Lynchburg, VA

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