Or is it the Omelette Pizza?
Let this be a warning kids, nightblogging can be a beautiful, beautiful thing.
I started with an ordinary omelette base of two eggs and some shredded cheese. Then I stirred in some basil-from-a-jar, some jarlic (garlic-from-a-jar, for the uninitiated), and some finely cut up roasted red peppers (you guessed it—from a jar).
During the last minute or so that the eggs were cooking, I dropped a slice of pita bread in the toaster and nuked some tomato sauce in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Then I began to assemble my creation.
I added parmesan cheese (the real stuff, not the powder) and some turkey pepperonis.
Behold my new favorite food.
I wasn't sure how this would turn out. I'd never tried putting basil or garlic in scrambled eggs before but it ended up being ridiculously delicious. Everything worked incredibly well together. I wish I'd had some mushrooms to top it off with, but it was wonderful even without them.
So, did I just invent the Pizza Omelette?
Ingredients I Used:
Basil (from a jar)
Roasted Red Peppers (from a jar)