Learn How to Make Pizza Omelettes
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Hi I’m Amy and welcome to Eating Low. On this episode, were going to be making pizza omelet. I know a lot of great food, their low carb, low fat, low cal just the perfect food but you get kind of sick of them after a while because eating the same thing over and over or maybe you’re craving Italian food or Chinese food. You want to do something different with them. So pizza omelets is a great way to just kind of spice up your menu. Like your trying to lose weight and so I am going to spray my pan with the ham and getting a start from the Feast of San Gennaro. I actually happens to be done in New York right when the feast was going on and it’s awesome, there is so much Italian food there. And now, I’ve got to make something like this to kind of give me five. So, yeah creaming my pan and sprayed it with the ham spray and now I’m going to add some eggs and I usually—I probably just to add about two or three egg whites, a serving or one egg. The equivalent of one egg white is a quarter cup so I’m just going to add around a quarter or half to three quarters to a cup. Just by I boiling and that’s you know I know it from the past of kind of how much I’ve made. But you can measure if you want to be more exact and I like my eggs kind of stay on one side. So I’m going to let them cook really good and just kind of going around the edges and lifting up to make sure that nobody is getting stuck. And then I want to kind of get the egg that’s on top to fall to the underneath side so it gets cuts more. Okay lift it up. You cannot throw all over the pan around too, you know and let that just thing. And I’ve already made throughout the pan. I pre made this I stick it in my Ziploc and keep this as a snack. Some people can't eat turkey bacon so much it can be salty. I use to buy the whole turkey bacon. Its 60% less fat than regular bacon and for me it works great. I don’t stall, you know routine water. It was just like a perfect little snack so that was like a good topping for my pizza but you can put whatever you want on your pizza. I’m getting ready to flip it. You won't see me doing any fancy like acrobatics with my egg. I just kind of flip it and however I can flip it. And the egg goes flying everywhere. That wasn’t too bad. Just a little crispy kind of like a craft so we’ll let that cook on the other side an I’m just kind of going around the edges because some of it just splatter. I just like it when I work around. So then, I’m going to add my pizza sauce and this is pizza it is 5 grams of carbs per quarter cup serving. And I’m going to use in quarter cup so you definitely save on carbs and I’m just making the topping you know. I don’t drown your omelet in this. I will be throwing this jar out. This is way past the time, it’s like about seven days old and probably shouldn’t be using it. I never knew that spaghetti sauce has like an expiration date and so somebody told me, I’ve been keeping the things for like months and their like no, no you’re only supposed to keep them like three or four days. So that I could be able you know. But that’s getting thrown out and see this I’m done with it. I’m going to turn the heat down a little bit. I got egg on my burner. So then, we’re going to put a little shredded parmesan and just a little. I’m talking two of inches but for something like this a little bit of a topping and you know be very careful. I’m putting basil, oregano, parsley. Normal pizzas type toppings, a little garlic powder. This would be nice and spicy. You could finish this off on the oven if you want. I’m too lazy that I’ll make some other dish so I’m just going to do it off all in that one pan. All right, so I’ve got everything. I’m going to put my turkey bacon on top and just crumble up one or two pieces of egg. You can use whatever topping you like on your own pizza omelet. It’s just like I’m putting on online. And the cheeses are already started to melt. So almost ready to go and you can eat it flat like this if you want or you can fo
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