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Oven baked Mushroom Veggie Omelette

Hi!!!  I hope everyone and a nice weekend :)..My friend returned home on Saturday and I can’t say that I was not emotional throughout the day as saying Goodbye to someone is always very hard to do.  This was the first time she visited me since I moved away 8 years ago, so it was nice to have her here and spend some time catching up on everything.  

We had not eaten dinner with hubby the night before, so I made this simple Omelette for our Sunday brunch. I was missing a few ingredients and so since most supermarkets are opened here on Sunday, I walked to the market and picked up what I needed.  I had posted a while back another Baked Omelette Recipe but I think I love this one even more. 🙂  This time around this Omelette is filled with all kinds of different ingredients, from Leek, Corn, Mushrooms,  you will see what I put into it in the ingredients category. 🙂  

I should mention that I only have one photo of this Omelette in the prep category.  I took out the memory card from my camera, uffff and forgot to put it back in after taking these two shots…Sorryy 🙁  but I will write the steps like I always do if you are interested in trying out this recipe. 

OVEN BAKED MUSHROOM VEGGIE OMELETTE

Ingredients

  • 250 grams Mushrooms sliced
  • 5 Eggs
  • 1 Leek diced
  • 150 grams Corn
  • 1/2 tablespoon Parsley
  • 1 Red Bell Pepper chopped
  • 100 grams Feta Cheese
  • 1/2 cup Milk
  • Olive Oil
  • Salt optional

Instructions

  1. In a large pan add 4 or 5 tablespoons of Olive Oil and sauté Mushrooms, Bell Pepper, Corn, Leek, Parsley for about 10 minutes.
  2. Grease a small baking pan with olive oil and add in the vegetables.
  3. In a large bowl add in the Eggs, Feta Cheese, Milk and beat. Adding salt or pepper is up to you. I did not any because the Feta Cheese I bought was already a bit to salty.
  4. Add the Egg mixture into the pan and bake at 180 for 35 minutes or until golden brown.

Comments (29)

  • This looks amazing! I cannot wait to try it 😍💗 Im so happy your friend was able to visit!
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thank you Lisa...:) It was nice to have her visit after moving away 8 years ago.
  • Another great recipe Sophie. Even without the photos, you always do such a good job of explaining how to prepare the recipes. I pray your week is full of blessings Sophie :)
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thank you so very much Margaret...I am so touched.
    I just appreciate a recipe that has easy to understand/follow instructions. Megala is great about giving easy to follow instructions too. For someone like me, who is detail oriented, good instructions makes the cooking process so much more enjoyable :) So, it is greatly appreciated :)
    foodzesty 7 months ago
    I absolutely agree with you Margaret. Megala is wonderful I love to read her stories. Most of the Food bloggers I follow because I love them all they all have step by step instructions and this is how it should be to help out someone who is interested in trying out the recipe. Have you come across Jyo's blog yet?
    I don't think I have seens Jyo's blog.
    foodzesty 7 months ago
    Hi Margaret I hope all is well...check out Jyospassion :)
  • Megala 7 months ago Reply
    Awesome! Love this beautifully baked omelette with veggies.
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thank you so very much :)
  • Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 7 months ago Reply
    Looks delicious and I also agree with Margaret's statement.
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thank you so very much Diana...so grateful for all your kind comments.
    Diana Tyler (la muse excentrique) ☕ 7 months ago
    You're welcome, Sophie! 💙
    foodzesty 7 months ago
    :)
  • dtills 7 months ago Reply
    I love to have breakfast for dinner, and this would work great!! 😋
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Me too :)
  • foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    I am very thankful for your kind comments :)
  • Hello Sophie! This looks absolutely amazing. I hope you had an amazing time with your friend. Mine was here last week and coming for "second round" on Saturday... And I love you dish as it is great for her as she is vegetarian! :-) Lot of hugs, Sophie! <3
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Verooo I have missed you...Yes it was wonderful I cried on Saturday when she left...A second round that is fantastic...very happy for you..This was the first time she visited me in 8 years...:)
    Thank you, Sophie! :-) She was here again and left today so I was busy this week again. That's amazing, she could visited you!!! I am so happy for you <3 I hope you are having an amazing weekend!
    foodzesty 7 months ago
    Hi Vero!!! how are you? and Thank you
    Hello Sophie! Did not have time to get back to you. I am fine, very busy and we were all sick last weeks, so it was a bit tiring to combine everything together so I am very behind with my blog. How are you?
    foodzesty 6 months ago
    Hello Verooo I am so sorry to hear that I hope you are all feeling better. I am good thanks! I will Whatapp you later today huge hugs
  • bakingintheburbs 7 months ago Reply
    Oh wow! I love the combination of flavors. Great recipe.
    foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thank you :)
  • foodzesty 7 months ago Reply
    Thanks so much!!!
  • msw blog 6 months ago Reply
    This is perfect for holiday brunches. Thanks for sharing.
  • jvlivs 6 months ago Reply
    Looks delicious! If I didn’t know any better, I’d say that was a frittata. In either case, you got me seriously hungry. I might just try an oven-bakes omelette down the road.
    foodzesty 5 months ago Reply
    Hello there!! Thank you so much and sorry for my late response, but you could say it is a Frittata. :)

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