Mexican Potato Omelet
Posted By: Lindsay Schroeder Posted In: nutrition Date Posted: July 19th, 2012 Comments: 0


8 large eggs (cage-free are best)

1 red-skinned potato (cleaned, halved, sliced thin)

2 scallions (sliced thin)

3 garlic cloves (chopped)

2 medium-sized plum tomatoes (chopped)

½ cup shredded pepper jack cheese

2 Tablespoons olive oil

2 Tablespoons cilantro (chopped)

½ teaspoon fresh squeezed lime juice

Salt and freshly ground black pepper


Preheat oven to broil on low to medium heat.

Beat all 8 eggs in large bowl until blended well. Add ¼ tomatoes and ¼ cheese and mix together.  Set aside momentarily while you follow the instructions below for potato mixture.

Heat 1 tablespoon of oil in 10-12 inch oven-safe skillet on medium heat on stove-top. Once heated, throw in potatoes, cover with lid, and cook until golden brown (8-12 minutes). Add garlic and almost all the scallions (leave a tiny amount for a garnish when omelet cooked). Sprinkle some salt and pepper in the skillet for flavor and stir ingredients together for about a minute.

Add the rest of the oil to the skillet and pour egg combo over the potato mixture in the skillet. Cook for 8-10 minutes, lifting up edges of the egg so egg cooks almost completely through. Then sprinkle the rest of the cheese on top of the egg combo and place in oven to broil for about to minutes, allowing all the ingredients to set and hold together well.

In that 2 minutes of egg combo setting in the oven, make a quick salsa to garnish the omelet with. In a small bowl, mix the rest of the tomatoes, scallions, cilantro, and lime juice and pour over omelet once omelet is done in oven and on the serving platter. Cut into pieces, serve, and enjoy!

Serving size: 4 servings



Eggs are high in Vitamin A and studies have shown that this vitamin may prevent acne breakouts. Cellular reproduction is refueled by Vitamin A and aids in cells to reproduce in a healthy manner, minimizing your chances of getting skin tags and moles. Copper is also found in eggs and helps reduce scarring on the skin. Eggs are incredibly high in protein and the amino acids found in protein aid in repairing skin tissue and fighting acne, helping your skin look clear and healthy.

Tomatoes are high in antioxidants and contain Vitamins A and C. Tomatoes are great to eat but are also used in many topical skin treatments and help combat acne and wrinkles quite effectively. It is proven that eating tomatoes on a regular basis will keep your teeth, skin, hair, and body strong and studies show it can also fight certain cancers as well. Eating tomatoes daily will protect the skin against erythema from UV rays.

Potatoes are loaded with potassium, fiber, and Vitamin C. Vitamin C is proven to improve skin texture and skin color/skin tone over time.

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