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Heat olive oil over medium low heat
Dump in minced garlic, saute until fragrant. Add in chopped onion now, But since I'm using a pasta sauce that already has strong onion taste I omit the chopped onion
Add in your meat, cook thoroughly. I use leftover chicken. You can use ground chicken/beef, or chunk pieces. Bacon or ham? Yes and yes. You can also add in mushroom.
Dump in canned tomato and tomato sauce. I'm using homemade pasta sauce + tomato sauce
Stir until all coated with sauce
Add in veggies. I briefly boiled my veggies before I dump it in. You can use whichever veggies you prefer or have on hands
Season with salt and pepper according to your liking then add in cooked rice
Mix thoroughly then remove from heat and set aside
Now let's prepare the omelette
Crack 2 eggs with salt, pepper, and cream..
..and beat them together with fork/whisk
Heat olive oil in a pan over medium-low heat
Pour the egg as and swirling them around so it cover bottom and sides of the pan
Quickly stir/scramble the center of the egg, then allow them to cook almost through
When the egg is half cooked, loosen the sides and bottom so it doesn't stick to the pan
Add in tomato rice when egg is about 80% cooked
Fold the sides of omelet over the rice. Do this when your egg is 80% cooked..if your egg fully cooked, it will crack/tear when you fold. Then let it cook thorougly & remove from heat
Remove from heat. Tilt the pan and let the stuffed omelete slide to the side of the pan. Hold your lunch box/plate next to the side of pan. Quickly turn/flip the omelette over to the lunch box
Drizzle some tomato ketchup and mayonaise on top of stuffed omelette. Garnish with anything you like
Ready for lunch. Yum!