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Bacon Omelet Roll with Salsa

Bacon Omelet Roll with Salsa recipe
photo by:kraft
Finely chopped red peppers and green onions give this bacon omelet roll its festive appearance. Add salsa, and it's definitely a party waiting to happen.
20 min
28 min
8 servings
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I have made this recipe time and time again. I have used cooked, crumbled sausage in place of the bacon, too. This is a great low-carb dish. I'm not real fond of oregano, so just deleted it! Once I cut the omelet into 8 pieces, I place each piece in a Ziplok vacuum qt. sized bag, vacuum out most of the air (don't squish the omelet slice) and freeze. This way I have a quick breakfast just waiting to pop into the microwave for 30 to 60 seconds, after removing from the Ziplok bag, of course.
My daughter and I made this recipe for our family gathering in November. Everyone loved it, even the men who thought they wouldn't! We did need more time to bake it.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this recipe. One of my all time favorites. Not necessarily the ingredients listed but the concept of cooking an omelet in the oven. I always keep grated leftover ham in the freezer and make this with the ham and cheese and add whatever else I have on hand. A tip for easier rolling-use the paper to lift it up and roll. Everyone is always impressed with this dish!
Glad I tried this recipe before serving for Mother's Day, it was very bland. Definitely needs some seasoning. Although I didn't have any trouble rolling it up, the melted cheese between the layers caused the roll to separate and flatten. Perhaps the cheese should be added to the egg mixture. Think I'll look for a different recipe to serve.
Made this tonight. I was looking for something fast, good, and different! We get tired of the same old foods so at least once a week I try a different recipe. Everyone like this including my oldest who isnt the biggest egg person. He asked for 2nds!
This is an easy to make dish, that is great for a brunch. My family loved it. Will definitely make this again.
It took way longer to set than the recipe says. But it did have good flavor
I tried this today and made a few changes I can never leave well enough alone! I used sage and bacon and sausage. also I added sauteed onions and topped with sour cream! So delicious!
Made this yesterday morning. I thought it was ok. The eggs had a very weird consistency. I did add more cheese and veggies . Now if I could only do this on the stove. Presentation was beautiful though,.
I've made this several times and just love it. We tend to use egg substitute (to avoid the cholesterol) and pre-cooked Oscar Meyer bacon bits (to cut down time and mess). Also a very easy recipe to customize.
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