Sunday, July 14, 2013
Sunday Brunch...Omelets Filled w/ Andouille Sausage, Peppers & Onions
Happy Sunday! We awoke to another dark and cloudy morning. However, it was cool and only in the mid-70s, so we decided to take our morning walk and see if we could get that done before the rain began. We walked for over an hour and even had time to stop and pick up a newspaper and few groceries at the store we pass by and managed to make it all the way home before the first sprinkles began! How is that for perfect timing? The sun has since peeked out a little bit, but the clouds in the sky are dark, so it's just teasing us a little bit. When we got back I made omelets for breakfast and filled them with the leftover Cajun Stir-fry from last night's dinner (smoked andouille chicken sausage and peppers). I added in a few onions while reheating the sausage and peppers and diced the sausage into smaller pieces to distribute better throughout our omelets. I also added some shredded smoked provolone cheese and sharp cheddar. I pulled some Easy Cheesy Herbed Baguette Bread out of the freezer, that I made a couple weeks ago, and sliced it into "toast soldiers" and lightly toasted them to go with our omelets. Since it was noon by the time we ate, I added a little cup of full fat Greek Gods plain yogurt to my meal as well. I flavored it with natural black currant extract, a little stevia and some chopped walnuts -- it was so good; and of course, we had coffee to go with our brunch. I love re-inventing another completely different meal with leftovers. I snapped a few photos for you to see below. Enjoy!