Blackstone Omelette

Blackstone Omelette

Blackstone Omelette

Learn how to make the perfect omelette on your Blackstone Griddle or any flat top griddle. Choose ingredients that you like for fillings. The large flat top surface is perfect to cook a large omelette that will serve 2 people. If you prefer a thin omelette just make 2 Omelettes using half the eggs on each. The large griddle surface is big enough to handle several Omelettes and everyone can have theirs custom made to what they like!

Ingredients

Veggies – Your choice of spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions or any of your favorites. Add some jalapeno for spice. Little bits of leftovers are great in an omelet!

Meat – Cooked sausage, ham, and bacon. Have leftover pork or steak? Use them up in the omelette and they are delicious!

Cheese – Shredded cheddar: mild or sharp; Mexican mix cheese; Colby. Your favorite or what’s in the refrigerator.

Sauce – Not required, but a mild or spicy salsa or even ketchup is tasty!

Blackstone Omelette ingredients: spinach, onions, sausage, egg and cheese.
Omelette ingredients

How to Cook an Omelette on the Blackstone

Preheat griddle and cook on medium heat.

Drizzle oil to sauté veggies first.

Blackstone Omelette ingredients cooking on a Blackstone griddle.
Omelette ingredients cooking on a Blackstone griddle.

Next add cooked meat then eggs.

Blackstone Omelette eggs cooking on a griddle.
Omelette eggs cooking on a griddle.

Close lid or cover with a dome cover for a few minutes. Alternately let it cook until set and not runny on top and flip with a Blackstone Large Spatula.

Blackstone Omelette Cooking in Closed  Blackstone Griddle.
Closed griddle lid on Blackstone.

Add shredded cheese. Fold omelette in half and serve.

Blackstone Omelette with cheese, eggs, spinach, mushrooms, tomatoes, ham and onions. Ready To Serve.
Blackstone Omelette

How to Store Leftovers

If you have any leftovers (or planned overs for make ahead meals) let the omelette cool and put in a storage container or Ziploc bag. Remove air from bag for freshness. Omelettes will keep in the refrigerator for several days. Reheat in the microwave until hot.

Related Recipes

Want to cook an omelette in a skillet on the stove? Check out our recipe How to Make an Omelette. There are directions for flipping the omelette and making it easy.

Blackstone Omelette
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Blackstone Omelette

How to cook an omelette on the Blackstone griddle, or any griddle.
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Total Time18 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Diet: Low Salt
Servings: 2 servings
Calories: 300kcal
Cost: $10

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw spinach (washed, and torn into small pieces if leaves are large)
  • ½ cup chopped onion
  • ½ cup cooked sausage (cut into small pieces)
  • ¼ cup jalapenos (optional)
  • ¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • ½ cup olive oil (enough to drizzle and cook veggies in)
  • 4 eggs whisked

Instructions

  • Heat Blackstone Griddle to medium heat.
  • Drizzle olive oil on flat top surface.
  • Add veggies – spinach, onion, jalapenos and any of your favorites.
  • Saute until spinach is wilted.
  • Add chopped cooked sausage or any cooked breakfast meat like ham or bacon.
  • Stir about a minute until blended.
  • Pour eggs over mixture. Do not stir except to gently arrange ingredients evenly.
  • Close lid and cook about 2 minutes. Open lid. If you don't have a lid, use a cover. If you don't have a cover cook open and then flip with spatula to cook other side.
  • Place shredded cheese on top.
  • Fold omelette in half. Let cheese melt for about a minute then serve.

Notes

Nutritional analysis is an estimate and will vary with ingredients used.
Use any fillings you like for your omelette.  Leftovers are perfect.  
Can be refrigerated for 3 or 4 days and reheated in a microwave until hot.

Nutrition

Serving: 2cup | Calories: 300kcal

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