Here’s another one of my mom’s specialty Passover recipes!
She always used to make this for us for breaky or lunch! It was a no-brainer in terms of deliciousness that we almost forgot it was Passover! That’s how much we didn’t miss our toast, sandwiches & french toast. I’m telling you, she was such an amazing cook & it makes me so happy to be able to take some of the recipes & tips & tricks I learned from her & incorporate them into my family’s life & share them with you guys! I think she would be proud!
This omelette is made with very minimal ingredients, it’s dairy & gluten-free, takes little to no time to make & tastes absolutely delicious!
Don’t get me started about the way the crust crisps up when it’s broiled… I could go on & on, literally. But I’ll spare ‘ya! JUST KNOW THAT THE CRUST IS TO DIE FOR CRISPY & DELICIOUS, okay?
BTW, if you’re not into white potatoes, you can swap ’em for sweet potato, if you prefer, but trust me when I say that the white potatoes really do add a special touch & it’s worth it! Plus, ain’t nothing bad about some good ‘ol white potato in moderation, ya feel me?
Without further ado, let’s get into the recipe!
- 3 white russet potatoes (or swap for sweet potatoes)
- 1 large white onion
- Coconut oil cooking spray
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- Sea salt & black pepper to taste
- 6 eggs
- Heat a medium skillet over medium-high heat & spray with coconut oil cooking spray.
- Once heated, add potatoes & sauté for about 10 minutes, until beginning to cook through.
- Add the onion, season with garlic, sea salt & pepper & mix to combine with the potatoes. Sauté for another 5 minutes, until onion is fragrant & translucent.
- Crack your eggs in a bowl & beat or whisk them. Pour the eggs over the onion & potato mix & let cook over medium heat, moving your pan around every now & then to make sure all the liquid gets cooked.
- When there’s little to no liquid left at the tops & the sides begin to crisp up, set your oven to low broil.
- Broil on low for about 5 minutes until crispy & browned on the top.