Greek Omelet with Spinach and Olives

Of Goats and Greens

recipe, omelette, spinach, oregano, lamb, goat cheese, olives, breakfastA Greek styled omelet.

Contains:  Eggs, dairy.  Is:  Quick and easy, simple vegetarian option, nightshade-free.  

The Second Recipe of a personal Greek Month.

recipe, greek, omelette, goat cheese, olives, spinach, dill, breakfastMany ingredients. Goat cheese, dill, scallions, olives, lamb. Missing from photo: eggs, olive oil, spinach, ground pepper, oregano.

You can eat this by itself, or have a side of toasted pita and/or Greek salad.  See the previous recipe for the latter.

For vegetarian, simply nix the lamb.  Just as tasty, and I added the lamb in anyway as a last minute decision.  Normally, I wouldn’t do this either.  I had the lamb here – it’s not something I’d run out to buy just for an omelet!

I prefer fresh spinach, which you would just wilt.  However, nothing says you can’t use frozen – simply thaw it and squeeze out as much water as you can prior to cooking.

recipe, Greek, Greek omelette, spinach, olive, goat cheese, breakfastStarting to layer in omelet innards…

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