Saturday, February 4, 2012

Beef Polska Kielbasa Omelette

Daughter's bff L spent the night here last night. The pair of them having such a fun time. My baby boy and Dudley joined in and hung out with them as well. It was nice, my hubs and I got to hang out and watch tv shows peacefully.

I was the first one awake this morning. Well,  I'm always the first one awake around here. Opened my fridge and I found some chopped red onions, beef polska kielbasa, a block of sharp cheddar cheese, eggs, and milk. I came up with an omelette.

This is hubs plate with hot sauce on the side.

8 large eggs
1/4 cup chopped red onion
1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese
1/4 cup whole milk
1/2 lb beef polska kielbasa  (which is half of the entire sausage) diced


Crack the eggs open in a bowl, add the milk and whisk together. Set aside.

Set stove top to medium high heat. Bung in the kielbasa and when it starts to sizzle turn the heat down to medium. When it starts to brown add in the onions and stir. Once the onion is translucent add the eggs then add the cheese. Let it fry and when the bottom of the egg is cooked  start turning it over in sections because I had them cooking in a large pan. It's not your traditional perfect crescent shaped omelette but it'll do for us. When it turns golden and all of the runny egg have been cooked it's ready to serve.

Serves 5


  1. You don't need a perfect crescent shape for it to taste really good. Yeah, I think I'll have the hot sauce on the side.

  2. Great easy and quick to make omelette. I have just got lots of cheddar which needs eating up in my fridge...I might make it for dinner tonight!
    Lovely blog. Well done!

  3. Sounds so delicious! I love any kind of omelette!


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